roŋ 1. adjective
1) (having an error or mistake(s); incorrect: The child gave the wrong answer; We went in the wrong direction.) galt, uriktig
2) (incorrect in one's answer(s), opinion(s) etc; mistaken: I thought Singapore was south of the Equator, but I was quite wrong.) som tar feil
3) (not good, not morally correct etc: It is wrong to steal.) galt
4) (not suitable: He's the wrong man for the job.) gal, upassende
5) (not right; not normal: There's something wrong with this engine; What's wrong with that child - why is she crying?) i veien, ikke normal
2. adverb
(incorrectly: I think I may have spelt her name wrong.) galt, feil
3. noun
(that which is not morally correct: He does not know right from wrong.) urett, (det som er) galt
4. verb
(to insult or hurt unjustly: You wrong me by suggesting that I'm lying.) krenke, gjøre urett (mot)
- wrongfully
- wrongfulness
- wrongly
- wrongdoer
- wrongdoing
- do someone wrong
- do wrong
- do wrong
- go wrong
- in the wrong
subst. \/rɒŋ\/
1) urett, urettferdighet
2) fornærmelse
3) (jus) kriminalitet, overgrep
4) (gammeldags) skade
be in the wrong ta feil
he was never in the wrong
han tok aldri feil
do (a person) wrong gjøre urett mot noen
do wrong to skade
get in wrong with somebody (amer.) komme på kant med noen, falle i unåde hos noen
in the wrong feilaktig
it is impossible to express how in the wrong your views are
det er umulig å uttrykke hvor feilaktige synspunktene dine er
the court knew that he was in the wrong but they couldn't prove it
retten visste at han var skyldig, men de kunne ikke bevise det
know right from wrong seright, 1
a private wrong overgrep begått mot enkeltpersoner
a public wrong forklaring: forbrytelse mot fellesskapet statlig overgrep
put somebody in the wrong legge skylden på noen, mistenkeliggjøre noen, stille noen i et ufordelaktig lys
two wrongs don't make a right man gjør ikke en urett godt igjen ved å begå en ny
the wrong is not all on one side feilen ligger ikke bare på den ene siden
verb \/rɒŋ\/
1) forurette, krenke
2) begå urett mot, være urettferdig mot, gjøre urett, feilbedømme
3) mistenkeliggjøre
be wronged lide urett
wrong somebody (out) of something urettvist berøve noen for noe
adj. \/rɒŋ\/
1) urett, uriktig, galt, urettferdig
it is wrong to steal
det er galt å stjele
you were wrong to ask him
det var galt av deg å spørre ham
2) vrang
3) feil, feilaktig, gal, urett, uriktig
he got on the wrong train
han kom på feil tog
there is nothing wrong with this car
det er ikke noe i veien med denne bilen
4) ulage
my liver is wrong
be on the wrong road ha kommet på avveier
get on the wrong side of somebody ta noen på feil måte komme på kant med noen
get out on the wrong side of the bed stå opp med det gale benet først
get something down the wrong way få noe i vrangstrupen
get the wrong version of something (hverdagslig) misforstå noe, oppfatte noe feil
go the wrong way gå seg vill, komme feil gå galt forfalle, spore av (om mat) sette seg i vrangstrupen
the food went (down) the wrong way
maten satte seg i vrangstrupen
go the wrong way about something begynne på feil måte, gripe saken feil an, begynne i gal ende
go the wrong way to work gå feilaktig til verks
prove somebody wrong bevise at noen tar feil
put somebody wrong with komme på kant med
it might put us wrong with them
vi kunne lett komme på kant med dem
take somebody the wrong way ta noen på feil måte misforstå noen
take the\/a wrong course (også overført) slå inn på feil vei, ta feil vei
with the wrong end first\/foremost bak frem
a wrong entry seentry
adv. \/rɒŋ\/
1) uriktig, urett
you must not act wrong
du må ikke handle uriktig
2) feil, galt, ukorrekt
he heard wrong
han hørte feil
go wrong komme på avveier, spore av mislykkes, slå feil (hverdagslig) gå i stykker
the radio has gone wrong
radioen har gått i stykker
(om mat) bli skjemt
lead somebody wrong eller take somebody wrong (også overført) føre noen på avveier

English-Norwegian dictionary. 2013.

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