- bedriegen; misleiden
- lead someone in the wrong direction or give someone wrong directions
- Don't mislead me.
- The speaker believes that cosmetic industries mislead women with impossible claims.
- I won’t mislead you, I won’t betray you, I won't shirk!
- its use does not mislead the consumer.
- their use does not mislead the consumer.
- the mix is not such as to mislead the consumer.
- They can mislead consumers as to the price levels that might be reasonable.
- These packages shall be free from any indications such as could mislead.
- any other practice liable to mislead the consumer as to the true origin of the product.
- A variety denomination shall be considered to mislead or to cause confusion if:
- The labelling and the presentation of feed shall not mislead the user, in particular:
- The use of claims on a cosmetic product should not mislead the consumer.
- The labelling, advertising and presentation of a material or article shall not mislead the consumers.
- It is also prohibited to use laudatory wordings that could mislead the consumer.
- Such changes which could manipulate signs of spoilage could mislead the consumer and they should therefore not be allowed.