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wrong British & World English

Not correct or true; incorrect

wrong English Thesaurus

there were no right or wrong answers

get off on the right foot British & World English

Make a good (or bad) start at something

strike the right note British & World English

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

on the right track British & World English

Following a course that is likely to result in success (or failure)

do wrong British & World English

Commit an unjust, dishonest, or immoral act

wrong'un British & World English

A person of bad character

civil wrong British & World English

An infringement of a person’s rights, especially a tort

wrong-foot British & World English

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

wrong-headed British & World English

Having or showing bad judgement; misguided

in the wrong British & World English

Responsible for a quarrel, mistake, or offence

put a foot wrong British & World English

Make a mistake in performing an action

do someone wrong British & World English

Treat someone unjustly

get someone wrong British & World English

Misunderstand someone, especially by falsely ascribing malice to them

prove someone wrong British & World English

Show that what someone says is wrong or incorrect

back the wrong horse British & World English

Make a wrong or inappropriate choice

the wrong way round British & World English

In the opposite of the normal or desirable orientation, direction, or sequence

go down the wrong way British & World English

(Of food) enter the windpipe instead of the gullet

rub someone the wrong way British & World English

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

fall into the wrong hands British & World English

(Of information or an object) be stolen, or be found by an unfriendly person

be barking up the wrong tree British & World English

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

the wrong side of the tracks British & World English

A poor or less prestigious part of town

get out of bed on the wrong side British & World English

Start the day in a bad mood, which continues all day long

in the wrong in wrong British & World English

Responsible for a quarrel, mistake, or offence

wrongdoer British & World English

A person who behaves illegally or dishonestly; an offender

wrongdoing British & World English

Illegal or dishonest behaviour

do wrong in wrong British & World English

Commit an unjust, dishonest, or immoral act

go wrong in wrong English Thesaurus

there's no need to beat yourself up if you go wrong

on the right track in track1 British & World English

Following a course that is likely to result in success (or failure)

the wrong way round in wrong British & World English

In the opposite of the normal or desirable orientation, direction, or sequence

in the wrong in wrong English Thesaurus

he was ashamed to admit that he was in the wrong

be barking up the wrong tree in bark1 British & World English

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

get someone wrong in wrong British & World English

Misunderstand someone, especially by falsely ascribing malice to them

the wrong side of the tracks in track1 British & World English

A poor or less prestigious part of town

put a foot wrong in foot British & World English

Make a mistake in performing an action

prove someone wrong in prove British & World English

Show that what someone says is wrong or incorrect

prove someone wrong in prove English Thesaurus

if you can prove me wrong let me know and I'll update the review

back the wrong horse in back British & World English

Make a wrong or inappropriate choice

go down the wrong way in wrong British & World English

(Of food) enter the windpipe instead of the gullet

rub someone or British rub someone up the wrong way in rub British & World English

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


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