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Translation of "wrong" - English-Spanish dictionary

wrong

adjective /roŋ/
having an error or mistake(s); incorrect
equivocado, erróneo, incorrecto
The child gave the wrong answer We went in the wrong direction.
incorrect in one’s answer(s), opinion(s) etc; mistaken
equivocado
I thought Singapore was south of the Equator, but I was quite wrong.
not good, not morally correct etc
malo
It is wrong to steal.
not suitable
inadecuado, impropio, inoportuno
He’s the wrong man for the job.
not right; not normal
que no va bien, que no funciona
There’s something wrong with this engine What’s wrong with that child – why is she crying?
wrongful adjective not lawful or fair
injusto, ilegal
wrongful dismissal from a job.
wrongfully adverb
injustamente, ilegalmente
He was wrongfully accused of stealing the money.
wrongfulness noun
injusticia, ilegalidad
wrongly adverb incorrectly
incorrectamente
The letter was wrongly addressed.
unjustly
injustamente
I have been wrongly treated.
wrongdoer noun a person who does wrong or illegal things
malhechor, delincuente
The wrongdoers must be punished.
wrongdoing noun
transgresión
do (someone) wrong to insult (someone), treat (someone) unfairly etc.
tratar a alguien mal/injustamente
do wrong to act incorrectly or unjustly
hacer mal
You did wrong to punish him.
go wrong to go astray, badly, away from the intended plan etc
salir mal
Everything has gone wrong for her in the past few years.
to stop functioning properly
romperse, estropearse
The machine has gone wrong – I can’t get it to stop!
to make a mistake
equivocarse
Where did I go wrong in that sum?
in the wrong guilty of an error or injustice
tener la culpa
She is completely blameless. You’re the one who’s in the wrong!
(Definition of wrong from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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