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Chinese (Simplified) translation of “wrong”

wrong

adjective (NOT CORRECT)
不正确
 
 
/rɒŋ/ US  /rɑːŋ/
not correct
错误的;不正确的
Three of your answers were wrong.
你的回答中有3个是错的。
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。
Some of his facts are questionable, others are plainly (= completely) wrong.
他提供的事实有些值得怀疑,其他的则完全错误。
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If someone is wrong, they are not correct in their judgment or statement about something
弄错的;判断错的
You were wrong about the time - the shop closed at 7 not 8.
你把时间搞错了——这家商店是7点关门,不是8点。
He's wrong in thinking that we will support the project financially.
他错误地以为我们会在资金上支持这个项目。
Wrong
prove sb wrong to show by your actions that someone's judgment of you was not correct
证明(某人)是错误的
I thought she couldn't do it, but she proved me wrong.
我原以为她做不了这件事,但她证明我错了。
Wrong
(Definition of wrong adjective (NOT CORRECT) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Simplified) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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