The correct answer is mistake meaning of.
B. partially encircle
C. fabricate crudely
D. mistake meaning of
The correct answer is (D) To mistake the meaning of (a person); to interpret mistakenly; to put the wrong construction on (word, action).
Misconstrue comes from Old English mis (wrongly) and Latin construere (to construct).
Examples of use:
- His friendliness to the woman to the woman across the street was misconstrued by others as a romantic attraction to her.
- It is easy to misconstrue the meaning of that text.