Definitions of "wrong"
  1. An act that infringes on someone else's rights
  2. Activities or characteristics that are against justice, ethical principles, equality, or legal rules
  3. The act of treating someone unfairly or unjustly
How to use "wrong" in a sentence
  1. The company was accused of wrong when they terminated the employee without a valid reason.
  2. Their behavior was considered a wrong as it went against the principles of fairness and law.
  3. There was clear evidence that the accused had committed a wrong against the plaintiff in the case.

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