English version

get something wrong

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishget something wrongget something wrongMISTAKEto make a mistake in the way you write, judge, or understand something This isn’t it. We must have got the address wrong.get/have it all wrong (=understand a situation in completely the wrong way) No, no – you’ve got it all wrong! We’re just friends! wrong
Examples from the Corpus
get something wrongI've been here a year now, and my boss still gets my name wrong!Once again, the government has got it wrong.You must have gotten the directions wrong.You've got your facts wrong, mate - he doesn't work here any more.
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