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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In the same context, the Government failure is on two counts: i) Its failure to understand that tax net could be enhanced by NDRA data; ii) its failure to understand that by increasing the tax base, the tax revenue will naturally be enhanced.
He said Anwar remains at large after injustice was done to Naqeeb, adding his failure to understand the present government's performance in Naqeebullah's case.
At the White House Christmas tree lighting, Trump showed his failure to understand the New Testament, when he said the story of Jesus "begins 2,000 years ago with a mother, a father, their baby son".
Ullman warns that the continued absence of strategic planning, coupled with the failure to understand the mind-sets of other nations' leaders, will result in worsening relations and increased conflicts.
Plaid Cymru North Wales AM Llyr Gruffydd said: "The additional legal costs incurred in having to scrap the iron ring came about because of a failure to understand the brief.
The event will highlight the concerns with Zinkes intentions to downsize public lands, showcasing his failure to understand the economic, public lands heritage and diverse, historical significance of these places.
Summary: Trump's failure to understand one of the world's most complex battlegrounds has also been badly exposed
And Zionist activists should recognize that this failure to understand the Balfour Declaration in its full historical context is a sign of some disquieting truths about the contemporary Zionist community.
Andanar's statement had irked Senate President Aquilino Pimentel III and the Makabayan bloc for his failure to understand the history of the brutal two-decade Marcos regime.
It appears to be budget-driven and a failure to understand the important role Registered Nurses play in aged care.
The author argues that MacphersonAEs relegation to the margins of political philosophy stems from a categorical failure to understand and appreciate the philosophical dimension of MacphersonAEs work.
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.