wrong adjective (NOT CORRECT)
A1 not correct错误的；不正确的
That clock is wrong - it's 12.30, not 12.15. 那个钟走时不准——是12：30，不是12：15。
prove sb wrong
- I got eight correct answers and two wrong ones in last week's exam.
- On the last question, she guessed wrong.
- He doesn't have the humility to admit when he's wrong.
- I'd marked her down as a Labour Party supporter, but I was completely wrong.
- I'm hopeless at physics, and it's the same with chemistry - I get it all wrong.
wrong adjective (NOT SUITABLE)
We must have taken a wrong turning. 我们一定是拐错弯了。
What's wrong with you today? 你今天怎么了？
the wrong way around
wrong adjective (NOT MORAL)
It was wrong of her to lie to you. 她对你撒谎是不对的。
What's wrong with having a little fun? 找点乐子有什么不对？
- Do you think it's wrong to use aborted foetuses for medical research?
- "Was it wrong of me to go to the police?" "Oh no, I'm sure you did right."
- It's wrong to treat animals as if they had no feelings.
- You didn't do anything wrong, - you should have a clear conscience .
- He argued that it was wrong to invest in the arms trade.
wrong adjective (NOT WORKING)
A2 informal in a way that is not correct错误地；不对
get sth wrong B1 informal
› to make a mistake犯错误；弄错
He has done us a great wrong. 他极大地冤枉了我们。