Übersetzung von “wrong” — Englisch–Französisch Wörterbuch


adjectivewrong /rɔŋ, rɒŋ/
not correct
faux/fausse , mauvais/-aise

the wrong answer
la mauvaise réponse

We took a wrong turn.
Nous avons tourné au mauvais endroit.
not right, appropriate, or working correctly
pas le bon / la bonne , qui ne va pas

What's wrong Kay? You look terrible.
Qu'est-ce qui ne va pas Kay ? Tu as mauvaise mine.

the wrong cartridge for my printer
pas la bonne cartouche pour mon imprimante

I think there's something wrong with this camera.
Je pense que quelque chose ne va pas avec cette caméra.

It's the wrong school for a shy kid like him.
Ça n'est pas la bonne école pour un enfant timide comme lui.
(not before n) not morally acceptable

It was wrong of him to take the money.
C'était mal de sa part de prendre l'argent.

He thinks there's nothing wrong with swimming naked.
Il pense qu'il n'y a rien de mal à se baigner nu.
get off on the wrong foot
to start a relationship badly
mal commencer

We just got off on the wrong foot.
C'est juste que nous avons mal commencé.


adverbwrong /rɔŋ/
in an incorrect way

It's a word everyone pronounces wrong.
C'est un mot que tout le monde prononce mal.
get/do sth wrong
avoir faux , se tromper

I got two answers wrong.
J'ai eu faux à deux réponses.

Uh-oh, I think we did it wrong.
Oh, oh, je crois que nous nous sommes trompés.
go wrong
to fail or stop working
se détraquer , tomber en panne

Something went wrong and the machine stopped.
Quelque chose s'est détraqué et la machine s'est arrêtée.


nounwrong /rɔŋ/
uncountable morally unacceptable behavior
mal masculine

the difference between right and wrong
la différence entre le bien et le mal
in the wrong
being the person who did sth wrong
dans son tort

She refused to admit that she was in the wrong.
Elle refusa d'admettre qu'ele était dans son tort.

(Übersetzung von “wrong” aus dem GLOBAL English-French Dictionary © 2014 K Dictionaries Ltd)


adjective /roŋ/

having an error or mistake(s); incorrect

The child gave the wrong answer
We went in the wrong direction.

incorrect in one’s answer(s), opinion(s) etc; mistaken

dans l’erreur
I thought Singapore was south of the Equator, but I was quite wrong.

not good, not morally correct etc

It is wrong to steal.

not suitable

He’s the wrong man for the job.

not right; not normal

qui ne va pas
There’s something wrong with this engine
What’s wrong with that child – why is she crying?
wrongful adjective

not lawful or fair

wrongful dismissal from a job.
wrongfully adverb

wrongfulness noun
wrongly adverb


The letter was wrongly addressed.


I have been wrongly treated.
wrongdoer noun

a person who does wrong or illegal things

The wrongdoers must be punished.
wrongdoing noun

do (someone) wrong

to insult (someone), treat (someone) unfairly etc.

mal agir (envers)
do wrong

to act incorrectly or unjustly

mal agir (en)
You did wrong to punish him.
go wrong

to go astray, badly, away from the intended plan etc

mal tourner
Everything has gone wrong for her in the past few years.

to stop functioning properly

se détraquer
The machine has gone wrong – I can’t get it to stop!

to make a mistake

se tromper
Where did I go wrong in that sum?
in the wrong

guilty of an error or injustice

dans son tort
She is completely blameless. You’re the one who’s in the wrong!

(Übersetzung von “wrong” aus dem PASSWORD English-French Dictionary © 2014 K Dictionaries Ltd)