1. that which is contrary to the principles of justice or law;
2. a legal injury is any damage resulting from a violation of a legal right
1. treat unjustly; do wrong to
1. not correct; not in conformity with fact or truth;
2. contrary to conscience or morality or law;
3. not appropriate for a purpose or occasion;
4. not functioning properly;
5. not according with the facts;
6. based on or acting or judging in error;
7. not in accord with established usage or procedure;
8. not conforming with accepted standards of propriety or taste; undesirable;
9. used of the side of cloth or clothing intended to face inward;
10. badly timed;
1. in an incorrect manner;
He realized that he was heading in the wrong direction.
That blockhead delivered the wrong box!
There must be something wrong with my left arm, which is asleep.
If you're wrong, you should admit it.
You gave me the wrong address and made me go all that way for nothing.
You are quite wrong in doing this.
The minister gave out the wrong number of the rooms.
May I make bold to suggest that you were wrong to do so?
If you find anything wrong with the machine, you should put it right at once.
If you do wrong, you deserve punishment.
The wrong has been righted.
The taxi driver was obviously in the wrong in going ahead against the red light.
The wrong pronunciation of the word is sanctioned by public usage.
Being inconsiderate to the doctor will get you off on the wrong footing.
The local doctor couldn't tell what was wrong, so he sent her to see a specialist.
You've got it wrong.
It was wrong of you to go there.
Turn around! You are going the wrong way.
You'll be held responsible if anything goes wrong.
It definitely can't go wrong.
Their church tells them it's wrong and, in fact, excommunicated Green years ago.
It's wrong to sacrifice quality to quantity.
When did you get wind that something was wrong?
I knew something was dreadfully wrong.
What I did was wrong and I should be punished. I'm not going to try and weasel out.
There seems ( to be ) something wrong about it.
She knew, at some deep level of her psyche, that what she was doing was wrong.
She was reluctant to admit she was wrong.
The bus veered onto the wrong side of the road.
get someone wrong
misunderstand someone, especially by falsely imputing malice
get (hold of) the wrong end of the stick
go down the wrong way
(of food) enter the windpipe instead of the gullet
in the wrong
responsible for a quarrel, mistake, or offence
the wrong way round
in the opposite of the normal or desirable orientation, direction, or sequence
two wrongs don't make a right
(proverb)the fact that someone has done something unjust or dishonest is no justification for acting in a similar way
do (someone) wrong【非正式用语】
To be unfaithful or disloyal.
To take a wrong turn or make a wrong move.
To go astray morally.
To go amiss; turn out badly.
How could I ever have trusted that wrong gee?
There is relatively little information about wrong, maybe you can watch a bilingual story to relax your mood, I wish you a happy day!
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