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(fam.) to be on the wrong side of the hedge.a nu proceda just
(fam.) to come off second best; (fam.) to go wrong; (fam.) to go glimmering; (fam.) to come out at/of the little end of the horn; (fam.) to come bad speed; (fam.) to get the wrong end of the stick; (fam.) to go phut; to draw blank; (fam.) to go off like aa da chix
(fam.) to get/to take the wrong sow by the ear; to catch a Tartar; to be in the wrong box; to go to the wrong house/man/shop/person; to get into the wrong box; to be (quite) wrong; to lay/to put/to set the saddle on the wrong horse.a greşi adresa
(fam.) to play a wrong card.a proceda greşit
(fam.) to put smb. on a false scent; to put/to set smb. on the wrong track.a pune pe cineva pe o pistă falsă/greşită
(pop.) a bit wrong in the garret.trăsnit cu leuca în cap
(pop.) to be (in the) wrong; - d. cineva to wrong smb.a vorbi cu păcat
1. (the) wrong side out; inside out. 2. upside down; (turned) the wrong way (up); inverted wry. 3. fig. topsy-turvy; upside down; sl. all of a dos
1. in the wrong box. 2. (în greşeală) picior greşit
1. muz. contra tempo 2. fig. unseasonably; out of season; Hl-timed; (coming) at the wrong moment.în contratimp
1. right(ly) or wrong(ly); with or without justificatori. 2. justly or unjustly; with or without drept sau nu
1. to take/to get the right sow by the ear; to come to the right shop; amer. to get the breaks. 2. Iron. to have come to the wrong shop.a nimeri bine
to push smb. to the wall; to get smb. in wrong; to get into a mess/scrape/muddle/a nice fix; to get into a mess/scrape/muddle/a nice fixmesa
to start smth. at the wrong end; to put on awrydandoaselea
to laugh on the wrong side of one`s mouthminzeste
the wrong way; against the grain; against the fur; against the nap; against the hair; in a hostile manner; despite..raspar
a misfortune has befallen him/befell him; something (wrong) happened to himi s-a întâmplat o nenorocire
address; to have got into the wrong box; to have caught a Tartar; to have caught the wrong sow by the ear; the letter is not addressed; an attadresa(discurs)
amer. to wake up the wrong passenger.a nu nimeri omul (care trebuie)
aspect; aside; make way/room!; the wrong way; extra; indirectly; beating about the bush; to step aside; to make way; latura
be wrongnu avea dreptate
come out to (the) wrong side(ec) a ieşi în pierdere (financiară)
conflicting; false/wrong note; jarring sound; jangle; conflicting; disagreeing; diverging; jarring; unconformable stratadiscordant(d. pareri etc.)
cricket; <~ de toamna>cicade (Cicada); he is wrong in the upper story; he has bars in the belfry; he has bats in the belfrygreier
cross-patched; wrong-headed; cross-grainedanapoda
culprit; guilty person; what has he done wrong? what is his fault?; how is he to blame?; to be guilty of smth.; to be guilty towards smb.; it is my fault; I avinovat
distorted; wrong-headed/-mindedsucit(strimb)
falsely etc.; wrong course; sinful/iniquitous deed; wrong/unsuitable method; miscalculationgresit
fig. in the right church but in the wrong pew.n-ai (prea) nimerit-o!
fig. to be wrong from the word go; to stumble at the threshold.a greşi din capul locului
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