Apr 242014
 

BBC Learning English: The English We Speak – Wrong ‘un: means a bad person, someone you can’t trust. It’s a slang way of saying ‘a wrong one’. We use it with ‘a’ – a wrong ‘un. Like that. A wrong ‘un.

Li and Finn are looking on an online dating website. Li thinks she’s found Mr Right. But Finn thinks he might be a wrong ‘un. Learn more about this phrase in the programme.

 

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