incorrectly


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in·cor·rect

 (ĭn′kə-rĕkt′)
adj.
1. Not correct; erroneous or wrong: an incorrect answer.
2. Defective; faulty: incorrect programming of the computer.
3. Improper; inappropriate: incorrect behavior.

in′cor·rect′ly adv.
in′cor·rect′ness n.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adv.1.incorrectly - in an incorrect manner; "to credit Lister with the first formulation of the basic principle of stratigraphy would be to bestow credit falsely"
2.incorrectly - in an inaccurate manner; "he decided to reveal the details only after other sources had reported them incorrectly"; "she guessed wrong"
aright, correctly, right - in an accurate manner; "the flower had been correctly depicted by his son"; "he guessed right"
Translations
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incorrectly

[ˌɪnkəˈrektlɪ] ADV
1. (= wrongly) [spell, answer] → mal; (more formal) → incorrectamente; [state, conclude, assume, believe] → erróneamente; [inform] → mal, erróneamente
an incorrectly addressed letteruna carta con las señas mal puestas
2. (= badly) → mal; (more frm) → incorrectamente
the doors had been fitted incorrectlyhabían puesto las puertas mal
3. (= improperly) [behave] → incorrectamente; [dress] → de manera inapropiada, de modo inapropiado

incorrectly

[ˌɪnkəˈrɛktli] adv
[suggest, state] → de façon erronée
[use] → de façon incorrecte
[fitted] → mal

incorrectly

adv (= wrongly)falsch; state alsounzutreffend; (= improperly)inkorrekt, nicht korrekt; I had incorrectly assumed that …ich hatte fälschlich(erweise) angenommen, dass …

incorrectly

[ˌɪnkəˈrɛktlɪ] adv (state) → in modo inesatto; (conclude) → in modo errato; (behave, dress) → in modo sconveniente
References in classic literature ?
Then the idea seized him that he had read incorrectly, and that the appointment was for eleven o'clock.
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According to the tenor of the sentence, which the criers read aloud and incorrectly, two farmers of the revenues, monopolists of money, dilapidators of the royal provisions, extortioners, and forgers, were about to undergo capital punishment on the Place de Greve, with their names blazoned over their heads, according to their sentence.
He was also described quite incorrectly as the son of a man who had amassed a comfortable fortune in the manufacture of gold nibs and the Butteridge fountain pens.
By omitting the e, though incorrectly, Pierre got the answer he sought.
It mattered not whether the woman he loved reasoned correctly or incorrectly.
A hill, formed of the older series of volcanic rocks, and which has been incorrectly considered as the crater of a volcano, is remarkable from its broad, slightly hollowed, and circular summit having been filled up with many successive layers of ashes and fine scoriae.
Thus, he was in a condition to relate the exact circumstances of the difference between the Marquis of Mizzler and Lord Bobby, which it appeared originated in a disputed bottle of champagne, and not in a pigeon-pie, as erroneously reported in the newspapers; neither had Lord Bobby said to the Marquis of Mizzler, 'Mizzler, one of us two tells a lie, and I'm not the man,' as incorrectly stated by the same authorities; but 'Mizzler, you know where I'm to be found, and damme, sir, find me if you want me'--which, of course, entirely changed the aspect of this interesting question, and placed it in a very different light.
The bankruptcy filing was incorrectly described as a Chapter 7, to which it was actually converted last week.
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IT would appear from reports that people using blue badges incorrectly are now being targeted.
1 billion in benefits granted by administrative law judge Charles Bridges was incorrectly characterized as being for a one-year period.