mistranscribe

verb
mis·tran·scribe | \ ˌmis-tran(t)-ˈskrīb \
mistranscribed; mistranscribing

Definition of mistranscribe 

transitive verb

: to make a mistake in transcription : to transcribe (something) incorrectly mistranscribed "may" as "many" Mr. Rose said he had identified a number of errors that had crept into the text when Joyce sloppily mistranscribed his own work. —Sarah Lyall

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1811, in the meaning defined above

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