Definition of 'incorrect'
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It confirmed that the information given to you during that call was incorrect and has paid you a further 200 in compensation. Times, Sunday Times (2016)It came after an earlier incorrect sign called the road Edinburgh Way. The Sun (2016)Accountants said some companies had received incorrect tax codes for about a quarter of their workforce. Times, Sunday Times (2013)We now accept that our information was incorrect. The Sun (2010)IT'S the politically incorrect car for the motoring rebel. The Sun (2006)The digital display is uncomfortably faint to read and often gives incorrect readings. Times, Sunday Times (2009)Trying to do this on the hoof with incorrect information was fraught with difficulty. Times, Sunday Times (2014)It is politically incorrect to suppose otherwise. Times, Sunday Times (2006)It agrees the information given was incorrect. The Sun (2015)It is a place where people can afford to be politically incorrect. Times, Sunday Times (2010)Commuters were given scant or incorrect information regarding the delays. Times, Sunday Times (2012)Dreams refuses to refund any money and says none of its staff gave me incorrect information about the guarantee. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Anyone who spots missing or incorrect information on their credit file should inform the relevant lenders and the agency. Times, Sunday Times (2009)And last year the taxman said tens of thousands of people could be paying the wrong taxes after incorrect codes were issued. Times, Sunday Times (2014)It is better to make a correct call than an incorrect one, obviously. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Players were less keen, perhaps because their challenges often proved incorrect. Times, Sunday Times (2009)The one in five of us who have incorrect tax codes and haven't reclaimed the money. Times, Sunday Times (2008)It seems wasteful and somehow politically incorrect, just because they are failing and ugly. Times, Sunday Times (2016)But one in four tax codes is incorrect, according to the public accounts committee. Times, Sunday Times (2006)If accepted by other researchers, incorrect information would prevail. Times, Sunday Times (2007)Instead, he is unafraid of being politically incorrect and frequently roars with laughter at the jokes of his fellow guests. Times, Sunday Times (2012)I suppose that's politically incorrect today. Times, Sunday Times (2011)Stress, digestive and weight problems are often made worse by incorrect breathing, often no deeper than the chest. HABIT BUSTING: A 10-step plan that will change your life (2002)There was public outcry last year when HMRC charged nearly six million people the wrong amount of tax because it gave out incorrect codes. Times, Sunday Times (2011)Internet forums are brimming with complaints about failing to get help with demands for unpaid tax, unfair penalties, or incorrect tax codes. Times, Sunday Times (2013)
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Translations for 'incorrect'
British English: incorrect /ˌɪnkəˈrɛkt/ ADJECTIVE
Something that is incorrect is wrong or untrue.
The findings were based on incorrect data.
- American English: incorrect
- Arabic: خَاطِئٌ
- Brazilian Portuguese: incorreto
- Chinese: 不正确的
- Croatian: netočan
- Czech: nesprávný
- Danish: ukorrekt
- Dutch: incorrect
- European Spanish: incorrecto
- Finnish: virheellinen
- French: incorrect
- German: falsch
- Greek: λανθασμένος
- Italian: scorretto
- Japanese: 不正確な
- Korean: 부정확한
- Norwegian: feilaktig
- Polish: niepoprawny
- European Portuguese: incorreto
- Romanian: incorect
- Russian: неверный
- Spanish: incorrecto
- Swedish: felaktig
- Thai: ไม่ถูกต้อง
- Turkish: yanlış
- Ukrainian: неправильний
- Vietnamese: không đúng
Definition of incorrect from the Collins English Dictionary
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