Bedeutung von “wrong” im Essential English Dictionary


adjective uk /rɒŋ/

A1 not correct:

the wrong answer
We’re going the wrong way.
be wrong

A2 to think or say something that is not correct:

You were wrong about the party – it’s today, not tomorrow.

B1 If something is wrong, there is a problem:

What’s wrong?
There’s something wrong with my computer.
get something wrong

B1 to produce an answer or result that is not correct, or to say or write something that is not correct:

I got most of the answers wrong.
The newspapers got the story completely wrong.

morally bad:

It’s wrong to tell lies.

not suitable:

I think she’s wrong for this job.

(Definition von “wrong adjective” aus dem Cambridge Essential Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)