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wrong

adverb
 
 
/rɒŋ/
A2 in a way that is not correct
yanlış/hatalı/kusurlu bir şekilde
He always says my name wrong.WrongFaults and mistakes
go wrong B1 to develop problems
yanlış yapmak, yanılmak; hatalara sebep olmak
Something's gone wrong with my computer.Faults and mistakesFailing and doing badly
Don't get me wrong. informal used when you do not want someone to think that you do not like someone or something
Beni yanlış anlama'
Don't get me wrong, I like her, but she can be very annoying.Understanding and comprehending
Translations of “wrong”
in Korean 잘못…
in Arabic بِطَريقة خاطِئة…
in Portuguese errado, incorretamente…
in Catalan malament…
in Japanese 間違えて…
in Italian in modo sbagliato…
in Chinese (Traditional) 錯誤地, 不對…
in Russian неправильно…
in Chinese (Simplified) 错误地, 不对…
in Polish źle, błędnie…
(Definition of wrong adverb from the Cambridge Learners Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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