not in the correct way [≠ right]:
You've spelt my name wrong.
What? Have I done it wrong?
I asked him to sort those files, but he's done it all wrong (=in completely the wrong way).
to stop working properly:
Something's gone wrong with my watch.
to make a mistake during a process so that you do not get the right result:
Follow these instructions and you can't go wrong (=you are sure to succeed).
to do something that makes a plan, relationship etc fail:
Thinking back on the marriage, I just don't know where we went wrong.
to 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!
used when you think someone may understand your remarks wrongly, or be offended by them:
Don't get me wrong - I like Jenny.
used to say that a particular object will always be suitable, satisfactory, or work well:
You can't go wrong with a little black dress, can you?