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wrong US English

Not correct or true

wrong US Thesaurus

the wrong answer

get off on the right foot US English

Make a good (or bad) start at something, especially a task or relationship

hit the right note US English

Say or do something in a way that is very suitable (or unsuitable) for a particular audience or occasion

on the right track US English

Acting or thinking in a way that is likely to result in success (or failure)

do wrong US English

Commit an unjust, dishonest, or immoral act

go wrong US English

Make a mistake

wrong'un US English

A person of bad character

civil wrong US English

An infringement of a person’s rights, such as a tort or breach of contract

wrong-foot US English

(In a game) play so as to catch (an opponent) off balance

wrong side US English

The reverse side of a fabric

in the wrong US English

Responsible for a quarrel, mistake, or offense

do someone wrong US English

Treat someone unjustly

get someone wrong US English

Misunderstand someone, especially by falsely imputing malice

back the wrong horse US English

Make a wrong or inappropriate choice

go down the wrong way US English

(Of food) enter the windpipe instead of the gullet

on the wrong side of US English

Out of favor with

rub someone the wrong way US English

Irritate or repel someone as by stroking a cat against the lie of its fur

be barking up the wrong tree US English

Be pursuing a mistaken or misguided line of thought or course of action

the wrong side of the tracks US English

A poor, less prestigious (or wealthy, prestigious) part of town

get up on the wrong side of the bed US English

Start the day in a bad temper

born on the wrong side of the blanket US English

Born of parents not lawfully married to each other

in the wrong in wrong US English

Responsible for a quarrel, mistake, or offense

wrongdoer US English

A person who behaves illegally or dishonestly; an offender

wrongdoing US English

Illegal or dishonest behavior

wrongheaded US English

Having or showing bad judgment; misguided

do wrong in wrong US English

Commit an unjust, dishonest, or immoral act

go wrong in wrong US English

Make a mistake

go wrong in wrong US Thesaurus

I've gone wrong somewhere

get wrong in wrong US Thesaurus

don't get me wrong, I usually like Italian food

on the right track in track1 US English

Acting or thinking in a way that is likely to result in success (or failure)

in the wrong in wrong US Thesaurus

just admit that you're in the wrong

be barking up the wrong tree in bark1 US English

Be pursuing a mistaken or misguided line of thought or course of action

do someone wrong in wrong US English

Treat someone unjustly

get someone wrong in wrong US English

Misunderstand someone, especially by falsely imputing malice

the wrong side of the tracks in track1 US English

A poor, less prestigious (or wealthy, prestigious) part of town

back the wrong horse in back US English

Make a wrong or inappropriate choice

born on the wrong side of the blanket in blanket US English

Born of parents not lawfully married to each other

go down the wrong way in wrong US English

(Of food) enter the windpipe instead of the gullet

rub someone or British rub someone up the wrong way in rub US English

Irritate or repel someone as by stroking a cat against the lie of its fur

rub someone the wrong way in rub US Thesaurus

Regina's roommates rub her boyfriend the wrong way

the wrong or right side of the tracks in track1 US English

A poor, less prestigious (or wealthy, prestigious) part of town


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