One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
1‘don't get me wrong, motorways aren't always a bad thing’
misunderstand, misinterpret, misapprehend, misconstrue, misconceive, mistake, misread, take amiss
get the wrong idea, receive a false impression, be under a delusion, be at cross purposes
informal be barking up the wrong tree, get the wrong end of the stick
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