failure to understand

failure to understand

noun error, laboring under a misapprehension, misapprehension, miscalculation, misconception, miscount, misguidance, misinterpretation, misjudgment, misread, misreckon, misunderstanding
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When it was near, they all kept silence, and then presently they fell into an argument that was robbed perhaps of immediate explosive effect only by their failure to understand one another.
12 municipal council elections because of inadequate campaign funding, failure to understand the importance of councils, and "difficult" registration processes, according to a top woman activist.
He said there had been a failure to understand the "full scale of the underlying extremism and its attendant violence" that was unleashed.
A FAILURE to understand the value of money is the main barrier to children gaining financial competence, according to research conducted in the North East.
The end is nigh for Labour and it's all their own fault, through failure to engage, failure to listen and failure to understand the human condition.
Khan added that the problem of the drought has been further aggravated by the total lack of failure to understand what needs to be done.
The third was a failure to understand and/or comply with contract terms, the fourth was due to errors and omissions in contract documents, and the fifth was due to unrealistic contract completion dates being defined during the tender process.
Palin continued saying that America is not a country that the rest of the world wants to emulate because of Obama's weak leadership and his failure to understand "peace through strength.
He identifies two common problems, failure to understand how to develop complete software designs before coding begins and lack of consistent, scientifically verified software engineering techniques.
This overly simplistic view has led to our failure to understand the complex relationship between political and military objectives.
Although there were many failures that contributed to the CAR tragedy, including inadequate or ignored intelligence and an unwieldy chain of command, the failure to understand the fundamental requirements for successful peacekeeping is the biggest of them all.