In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(answer/spelling/translation) incorrecto(assessment/belief/statement) equivocado(assessment/belief/statement) erróneoit would be incorrect to say that … — sería erróneo decir que …
- that is incorrect — eso no es cierto
- But the reporter did have some of her data incorrect and drew some wrong conclusions.
- I suggest he check his sources - common sense should make him realise his claim is totally incorrect.
- By quoting a different reference, Russell is wrong in stating that our core assertion is incorrect.
- The official admitted the paper had been given incorrect information.
- It would be false and incorrect to state in your book that I have not responded to your questions.
- However, to imply that it is the result of Scottish musicians being reluctant to move to London is incorrect.
- Repeating something as a fact, and which is factually incorrect, does not make it a fact.
- In my view, it would be illogical and incorrect to describe these two buildings as a house.
- Our conclusion was that these were incorrect, grossly distorted and thus misleading.
- The book is often mistaken in its views and incorrect in the supposedly factual information it contains.
- They are dishonest, misleading, factually incorrect, selective with data and paranoid.
- Women are expected to defer to men even when male views are seen as wrong or incorrect.
- Police officer has pleaded guilty to giving incorrect information on his child support agency forms.
- ‘Most of it has turned out to be incorrect,’ a diplomat at the IAEA with detailed knowledge of the agency's investigations said.
- Since the whole of the Soviet Empire was involved in the war, it would be incorrect to describe all of those involved as Russian.
- Kelvin was eventually shown to have been wrong because his assumptions were incorrect.
- Hopefully they all now realise that your headline was wrong and that you had used an incorrect figure.
- Even if it exists, in many cases it is either out of print, very hard to get, poorly written or incorrect and misleading.
- The member was short on facts, poor on analysis, and incorrect with regard to deductions.
- People abroad have a wildly incorrect idea of what we are actually about over here.
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