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Expressions with the word Wrong
Who is right? Who is wrong?
Don't get me wrong = used when you want to be sure that someone understands your comments correctly, especially if you are criticizing something
Get on the wrong side of someone = to make someone feels anger towards you
In the wrong place at the wrong time = used for saying that the reason something bad happened is because the person was unlucky not because of a mistake
Correct me if I'm wrong = used as a polite way of saying that you think what you are going to say is correct
Get off on the wrong foot = when something like a relationship, job, etc starts badly
Take something the wrong way = to be offended by a remark because you have understood it wrongly
Get out of bed on the wrong side = to feel angry or annoyed for no particular reason
You can't go wrong = used for saying that something will always be a good choice
Do someone wrong = to treat someone in an unfair or cruel way
In the wrong = used when someone has done something bad or made a mistake
On the wrong side of the law = in trouble with the law/police
On/From the wrong side of the tracks = from or living in a poor area or part of town
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