wrongfulness

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Englisch - Türkisch
{i} yanlışlık
{i} hata
{i} haksızlık
{i} hatalı oluş
wrong
yanlış

Zarfın üstüne yanlış adres yazdım. - I wrote the wrong address on the envelope.

Ebeveynler çocuklarına yalan söylemenin yanlış bir şey olduğunu öğretirler. - Parents teach their children that it's wrong to lie.

wrong
{i} haksızlık

Bizi ona haksızlık etmekle suçladı. - He accused us of wronging him.

Ona haksızlık ettiğimi düşünüyor. - She thinks that I wronged her.

wrong
{i} hata

Bana öyle görünüyor ki sen hatalısın. - It seems to me that you are wrong.

Hatalı olduğunuzu kabul ettiğiniz için çok büyüksünüz. - It's very big of you to admit you're wrong.

wrong
{i} yanlış yol

Tom yanlış yoldan gitti. - Tom went the wrong way.

Yanlış yolda gidiyorsunuz. - You're going the wrong way.

wrong
yanlış, gerçeğe uymayan: He gave the wrong answer. Yanlış cevap verdi. We're on the wrong road. Yanlış yoldayız. We boarded the wrong
wrong
hatalı

Bana öyle görünüyor ki sen hatalısın. - It seems to me that you are wrong.

Bu defa hatalı olan benim gibi görünüyor. - This time, it looks like it is me who is wrong.

wrong
kanuna aykırı fiil
wrong
sağlıksız

Kötü hissediyordum, bu yüzden hastaneye kabul edildim. Fakat bende gerçekten sağlıksız bir şey olmadığı anlaşıldı. - I felt bad, so I was admitted into the hospital. However, it turned out that there was nothing really wrong with me.

wrongful
wrongfullyhaksız bir şekilde
wrongful
yasadışı/haksız
wrong
(İnşaat) yanlış Y

Yanlış zamanda, yanlış yerde. - The wrong time, the wrong place.

Tom arabasını yanlış yere park ettiği için ceza ödemek zorunda kaldı. - Tom had to pay a fine because he parked in the wrong place.

wrong
(Askeri) HATALI; YANLIŞ: "Son yayınınız hatalıydı; bunun doğru şekli ---dır" anlamına gelen bir ön kelime
wrong
bozuk

Daktilomda bir bozukluk var. - Something is wrong with my typewriter.

Saatim bozuk gibi görünüyor. - Something seems to be wrong with my clock.

wrong
{i} suç

Hata olduğu için kendilerini suçladılar. - They blamed themselves for being wrong.

Tom suçu Mary'ye yüklediği için hatalıdır. - Tom is wrong to lay the blame on Mary.

wrong
başvurulması yanlış olan
wrong
dince suç sayılan
wrong
kemlik
wrong
gadretmek
wrong
uygun olmayan
wrong
uygun sayılmayan
wrong
yanlış bir şekilde
wrong
yanılmış

Tom hakkında yanılmış olabilirim. - I may have been wrong about Tom.

Bir an için, sadece bir an, beni gerçekten sevdiğini düşündüm ama yanılmışım. - For a second, just a second, I thought that you really loved me, but I was wrong.

wrong
mahzurlu
wrong
kötülük etmek
wrong
sakıncalı
wrong
birine göre olmayan
wrong
haksız fiil
wrong
(Felsefe) kötü

Geçen hafta deneyimiz kötü geçti. - Our experiment went wrong last week.

Ağlama. Kötü bir şey yok. - Don't cry. There's nothing wrong.

wrong
zarar

Yanlış zamanda konuşulan bir söz iyilikten çok daha fazla zarar yapabilir. - A word spoken at the wrong time can do very much more harm than good.

Ben size zarar verdiğim için üzgünüm. Özür dileme. Sen yanlış bir şey, yapmadım, Tom. - I'm sorry I hurt you. Don't apologize. You didn't do anything wrong, Tom.

wrong
yalan

Yalan söylemek yanlıştır. - It is wrong to tell lies.

Yalan söylemek yanlıştır. - To tell a lie is wrong.

wrong
yalancı
wrong
kusur

Onda fiziksel olarak hiçbir kusur yok. - There's nothing physically wrong with him.

Kusura bakmayın ama, anlattıklarınızın hiçbir önemi yok. - Don't take this the wrong way, but what you have related doesn't matter.

wrong
taklit
wrong
ters (taraf)
wrong
zulmetmek
wrong
gerçeğe uymayan
wrong
aldanmak
wrongful
zarar doğuran
wrongful
yasaya aykırı
wrongful
kötü
wrongful
(Kanun) adalete aykırı
wrong
haksız

Şimdi haksız olduğumu görebiliyorum. - I can see now I was wrong.

Bizi ona haksızlık etmekle suçladı. - He accused us of wronging him.

wrong
günahını almak
wrong
haksızlık etmek

Bizi ona haksızlık etmekle suçladı. - He accused us of wronging him.

wrong
ters

Bu sabah yatağın ters tarafından kalkmışsın gibi görünüyor. - It seems like you got up on the wrong side of the bed this morning.

Beklenenin tersine sen hatalıydın. - You were wrong after all.

wrong
ahlakdışı
wrongful
haksız

Dan karısını öldürmekten haksız yere suçlu bulunmuştu. - Dan was wrongfully convicted of murdering his wife.

Tom'un haksız yere suçlandığını düşünüyorum. - I think Tom has been wrongfully accused.

wrong
yanlış olarak
wrong
günahına girmek
wrong
istenilmeyen
wrong
eziyet etmek
wrong
zulüm
wrong
ters olarak
wrong
fena surette
wrong
günah

Evet, cinayetin bir günah olduğunu söyledim ama günahların yanlış olduğunu asla söylemedim. - Yes, I said that murder is a sin, but I never said that sins are wrong.

wrong
usule uygun olmayan
wrong
uygunsuz
wrong
gadir
wrong
yanlış şekilde

Onu yanlış şekilde yaptığımı fark etmem uzun zamanımı aldı. - It took me a long time to realize I was doing it the wrong way.

Bunu yanlış şekilde yapıyorsun. - You are doing it the wrong way.

wrong
sapıklık
wrong
{s} 1. yanlış, gerçeğe uymayan: He gave the wrong answer. Yanlış cevap verdi. We're on the wrong road. Yanlış yoldayız. We boarded the wrong
wrong
makbul olmayan
wrongful
insafsız
wrongful
yasadışı
wrongful
wrongfulnesshaksızlık
wrongful
{s} kanuna aykırı
Englisch - Englisch
the quality of being wrongful
{i} unlawfulness; unfairness; injustice
wrong
Incorrect or untrue

Some of your answers were correct, and some were wrong.

wrong
Not working; out of order

Something is wrong with my cellphone.

wrong
To slander; to impute evil to unjustly
wrong
In a way that isn't right; done incorrectly; wrongly

I spelled several names wrong in my address book.

wrong
To deprive of some right, or to withhold some act of justice
wrong
Immoral, not good, bad

It is wrong to lie.

wrong
Something that is immoral or not good

Injustice is a heinous wrong.

wrongful
wrong or unjust
wrongful
tortious
wrong
{s} incorrect; erroneous; mistaken; erring; unjust; inappropriate; improper; inside-out (clothing)
wrong
{a} not right, not true, unfit
wrong
{v} to injure
wrong
{n} injury, injustice, an error, a mistake
wrong
{a} amiss, improperly
wrongful
{a} wrong, unjust, dishonest, injurious
wrong
{i} injustice; evil; bad; injustice; broken law; transgression; harm; mistake; sin
wrong
not conforming with accepted standards of propriety or taste; undesirable; "incorrect behavior"; "she was seen in all the wrong places"; "He thought it was wrong for her to go out to work"
wrong
If something is wrong or goes wrong with a machine or piece of equipment, it stops working properly. We think there's something wrong with the computer Something must have gone wrong with the satellite link
wrong
{f} cause suffering to; behave unjustly toward; injure, harm, violate; malign, discredit
wrong
a legal injury is any damage resulting from a violation of a legal right
wrong
If something is wrong, it is incorrect and not in accordance with the facts. How do you know that this explanation is wrong? 20 per cent of the calculations are wrong. a clock which showed the wrong time Lots of people got the questions wrong. right Wrong is also an adverb. I must have added it up wrong, then It looks like it's spelled wrong I can see exactly where he went wrong. + wrongly wrong·ly A child was wrongly diagnosed as having a bone tumour Civilians assume, wrongly, that everything in the military runs smoothly
wrong
That which is not right
wrong
In a wrong manner; not rightly; amiss; morally ill; erroneously; wrongly
wrong
Deviation or departure from truth or fact; state of falsity; error; as, to be in the wrong
wrong
errado/a erraadoe/a free livre lievre warm quente kènte
wrong
not in accord with established usage or procedure; "the wrong medicine"; "the wrong way to shuck clams"
wrong
not functioning properly; "something is amiss"; "has gone completely haywire"; "something is wrong with the engine"
wrong
To treat with injustice; to deprive of some right, or to withhold some act of justice from; to do undeserved harm to; to deal unjustly with; to injure
wrong
that which is contrary to the principles of justice or law; "he feels that you are in the wrong"
wrong
If you think that someone was wrong to do something, you think that they should not have done it because it was bad or immoral. She was wrong to leave her child alone We don't consider we did anything wrong. right Wrong is also a noun. a man who believes that he has done no wrong
wrong
Nonconformity or disobedience to lawful authority, divine or human; deviation from duty; the opposite of moral right
wrong
based on or acting or judging in error; "it is wrong to think that way"
wrong
To impute evil to unjustly; as, if you suppose me capable of a base act, you wrong me
wrong
contrary to conscience or morality or law; "it is wrong for the rich to take advantage of the poor"; "cheating is wrong"; "it is wrong to lie
wrong
contrary to conscience or morality or law; "it is wrong for the rich to take advantage of the poor"; "cheating is wrong"; "it is wrong to lie"
wrong
In a way that isnt right; done incorrectly; wrongly
wrong
treat unjustly; do wrong to based on or acting or judging in error; "it is wrong to think that way"
wrong
A wrong is an unfair or immoral action. I intend to right that wrong The insurance company should not be held liable for the wrongs of one of its agents
wrong
The king (or queen) can do no wrong “It seems incredible that we should have to remind Lord Redesdale that the sovereign can do no wrong ' simply because the sovereign can do nothing except by and with the advice and consent of the ministers of the Crown ”- The Times Wrong End of the Stick (You have got hold of the) You have quite misapprehended the matter; you have got the wrong sow by the ear There is another form of this phrase which determines the allusion The toe of the stick is apt to be fouled with dirt, and when laid hold of defiles the hand instead of supporting the feet
wrong
badly timed; "an ill-timed intervention"; "you think my intrusion unseasonable"; "an untimely remark"; "it was the wrong moment for a joke"
wrong
If you are wrong about something, what you say or think about it is not correct. I was wrong about it being a casual meeting It would be wrong to assume that rich countries will always be able to insulate themselves with drugs against the ravages of new diseases I'm sure you've got it wrong. Kate isn't like that It's been very nice to prove them wrong. right
wrong
not far wrong: see far to get off on the wrong foot: see foot to get hold of the wrong end of the stick: see stick to be barking up the wrong tree: see tree
wrong
You use wrong to describe something which is not thought to be socially acceptable or desirable. If you went to the wrong school, you won't get the job
wrong
incorrectly; erroneously; mistakenly; inappropriately; improperly; distortedly
wrong
not according with the facts; "unfortunately the statement was simply untrue"; "the facts as reported were wrong"
wrong
Wrong is used to refer to activities or actions that are considered to be morally bad and unacceptable. Is it wrong to try to save the life of someone you love? They thought slavery was morally wrong The only thing I consider wrong is when you hurt someone There is nothing wrong with journalists commenting on the attractiveness of artists. Wrong is also a noun. Johnson didn't seem to be able to tell the difference between right and wrong. right
wrong
The incorrect or unjust position or opinion. (Or is it the wronged?)
wrong
Designed to be worn or placed inward; as, the wrong side of a garment or of a piece of cloth
wrong
Twisted; wry; as, a wrong nose
wrong
Not according to truth; not conforming to fact or intent; not right; mistaken; erroneous; as, a wrong statement
wrong
The opposite of right; something which is wrong, particularly injustice
wrong
If something such as a decision, choice, or action is the wrong one, it is not the best or most suitable one. I really made the wrong decision there The wrong choice of club might limit your chances of success We got married when I was 30 for all the wrong reasons. right
wrong
Improper; unfit; unsuitable
wrong
Asserting something incorrect or untrue
wrong
in an incorrect manner; "she guessed wrong"
wrong
treat unjustly; do wrong to
wrong
not correct; not in conformity with fact or truth; "an incorrect calculation"; "the report in the paper is wrong"; "your information is wrong"; "the clock showed the wrong time"; "found themselves on the wrong road"; "based on the wrong assumptions"
wrong
Not fit or suitable to an end or object; not appropriate for an intended use; not according to rule; unsuitable; improper; incorrect; as, to hold a book with the wrong end uppermost; to take the wrong way
wrong
If someone who is involved in an argument or dispute has behaved in a way which is morally or legally wrong, you can say that they are in the wrong. He didn't press charges because he was in the wrong
wrong
If someone wrongs you, they treat you in an unfair way. You have wronged my mother She felt she'd been wronged Those who have wronged must be ready to say: `We have hurt you by this injustice.'
wrong
If you choose the wrong thing, person, or method, you make a mistake and do not choose the one that you really want. He went to the wrong house The wrong man had been punished Could you have given them the wrong drug by mistake? There is no right or wrong way to do these exercises. right Wrong is also an adverb. You've done it wrong I must have dialed wrong. right
wrong
If you say there is something wrong, you mean there is something unsatisfactory about the situation, person, or thing you are talking about. Pain is the body's way of telling us that something is wrong Nobody seemed to notice anything wrong What's wrong with him? right
wrong
If a situation goes wrong, it stops progressing in the way that you expected or intended, and becomes much worse. It all went horribly wrong
wrong
Not according to the laws of good morals, whether divine or human; not suitable to the highest and best end; not morally right; deviating from rectitude or duty; not just or equitable; not true; not legal; as, a wrong practice; wrong ideas; wrong inclinations and desires
wrong
a legal injury is any damage resulting from a violation of a legal right that which is contrary to the principles of justice or law; "he feels that you are in the wrong"
wrong
used of the side of cloth or clothing intended to face inward; "socks worn wrong side out"
wrong
of Wring
wrong
To treat unjustly; to injure or harm
wrong
not appropriate for a purpose or occasion; "unsuitable attire for the office"; "said all the wrong things"
wrong
Wrung
wrong
Whatever deviates from moral rectitude; usually, an act that involves evil consequences, as one which inflicts injury on a person; any injury done to, or received from; another; a trespass; a violation of right
wrongful
not just or fair; "a wrongful act"; "a wrongful charge"
wrongful
having no legally established claim; "the wrongful heir to the throne"
wrongful
Full of wrong; injurious; unjust; unfair; as, a wrongful taking of property; wrongful dealing
wrongful
{s} mistaken; illegal, unlawful; unjust; not right
wrongful
unlawful or illegal
wrongful
not just or fair; "a wrongful act"; "a wrongful charge" unlawfully violating the rights of others; "wrongful death"; "a wrongful diversion of trust income
wrongful
unlawfully violating the rights of others; "wrongful death"; "a wrongful diversion of trust income"
wrongful
unlawfully violating the rights of others; "wrongful death"; "a wrongful diversion of trust income
wrongful
A wrongful act is one that is illegal, immoral, or unjust. He is on hunger strike in protest at what he claims is his wrongful conviction for murder One of her employees sued her for wrongful dismissal. + wrongfully wrong·ful·ly The criminal justice system is in need of urgent reform to prevent more people being wrongfully imprisoned. = unjustly. wrongful arrest/conviction/imprisonment/dismissal etc a wrongful arrest etc is unfair or illegal because the person affected by it has done nothing wrong
wrongfulness
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