That is the wrong shoe, it doesn't match the other one.
What am I doing wrong?
He has done a great wrong by leaving the club before the end of the season.
He wronged me, now he has apologised and I have accepted the apology.
don't get me wrong别误解我
-What are you doing reading Shakespeare? I thought you hated the classics.
-Don't get me wrong; I love literature, but I just hate poetry.
get off on the wrong foot搞砸，一开始就不顺利
-Tomorrow is our first meeting with the new client, so let's try not to get off on the wrong foot.
-Sure. So you'll try not to spill coffee all down this one, right?
get on the wrong side of someone使某人生气
-That Michael is so rude. I don't know how much longer I can keep quiet about it.
-Be careful. He's the boss' son so you don't want to get on the wrong side of him.