• by mistake
  • 間違って
  • in mistake for ...
  • …と間違えて
  • learn from one's mistakes
  • 失敗から学ぶ
  • make a mistake in ...
  • …の点で誤る
  • There's no mistake about it.
  • そのことに間違いはない,それは確かだ
  • We all make mistakes.
  • ((略式))だれにでも間違いはある(◆失敗した者への慰め)
  • A casual observer may mistake it for an edible field mushroom (Agaricus campestris), but this species has a ring on the stipe, pink gills that become chocolate-brown in maturity, and a dark brown spore print.
  • Wikipedia: Entoloma sinuatum
  • A subsequent US radio adaptation of The War of the Worlds on October 30, 1938 by Orson Welles was presented as a live news broadcast, and became notorious for causing a public panic when many listeners mistook it for the truth.
  • Wikipedia: Mars
  • An immature American White Ibis could be mistaken for an immature Glossy Ibis, but the latter is wholly dark brown and lacks the white belly and rump.
  • Wikipedia: American White Ibis
  • As soon as the mistake was realised, redoubled efforts kept the pumps ahead of the leak.
  • Wikipedia: HMS Endeavour
  • As the war was approaching its end in 1945, Pius advocated a lenient policy by the Allied leaders in an effort to prevent what he perceived to be the mistakes made at the end of World War I.
  • Wikipedia: Pope Pius XII
  • British mathematician William Shanks famously took 15 years to calculate π to 707 digits, but made a mistake in the 528th digit, rendering all subsequent digits incorrect.
  • Wikipedia: Pi
  • Complaints and criticisms of the game included the difficulty level; Blum found some segments too difficult and that it was possible to spend hours playing before realizing that the player had made an irreversible mistake.
  • Wikipedia: Pathways into Darkness
  • Condors are so large that they can be mistaken for a small, distant airplane, which possibly occurs more often than they are mistaken for other species of bird.
  • Wikipedia: California Condor
  • Dickens rarely made mistakes and did not exaggerate; if anything, Philpotts writes, he downplayed the licentiousness of Marshalsea life, perhaps to protect Victorian sensibilities.
  • Wikipedia: Marshalsea
  • Diodorus reports that, in addition to his mistake at Notium, Alcibiades was discharged on account of false accusations brought against him by his enemies.
  • Wikipedia: Alcibiades
  • During the 1947 royal tour of South Africa, Elizabeth's serene public behaviour was broken, exceptionally, when she rose from the royal car to strike an admirer with her umbrella because she had mistaken his enthusiasm for hostility.
  • Wikipedia: Queen Elizabeth The Queen Mother
  • Few bombs fell on the station; Luftwaffe pilots may have mistaken the glass greenhouses at the Lowe & Shawyer plant nursery west of the station for a large body of water not on their maps.
  • Wikipedia: RAF Uxbridge
  • Fiestas are held to honour the General when he arrives at a town, but at other times, political demonstrations against the General are mistaken for a fiesta.
  • Wikipedia: The General in His Labyrinth
  • He almost met his end before he had started; he was apprehended by the local communists in Mỹ Tho, who saw his French-style dress and mistook him for a colonial agent.
  • Wikipedia: Pham Ngoc Thao
  • However, the German zeppelin L5 mistook the sinking Blücher for a British battlecruiser, and tried to bomb the destroyers, which were forced to withdraw.
  • Wikipedia: SMS Blücher
  • Humiliated by his error in reconstructing the plesiosaur Elasmosaurus, Cope tried to cover up his mistake by purchasing every copy he could find of the journal it was published in.
  • Wikipedia: Bone Wars