Sinónimos de err en inglés:

err


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1‘the Court of Appeal ruled that the judge had erred in not allowing new evidence’

SINÓNIMOS
make a mistake, be wrong, be in error, be mistaken, mistake, make a blunder, blunder, be incorrect, be inaccurate, misjudge, miscalculate, get it wrong, get something wrong, get things wrong, bark up the wrong tree, get the wrong end of the stick, be wide of the mark
coloquial slip up, screw up, blow it, foul up, goof, fluff something, make a hash of something, put one's foot in it, make a boo-boo
Britanico coloquial drop a brick, boob
Britanico coloquial, anticuado make a bloomer
Britanico malsonante bugger something up
ANTÓNIMOS

be right

2‘she struck their fingers with a ruler when they erred’

SINÓNIMOS
misbehave, do wrong, go wrong, behave badly, misconduct oneself, be bad, be naughty, get up to mischief, get up to no good, act up, act badly, give someone trouble, cause someone trouble
sin, go astray, transgress, trespass, fall from grace, lapse, degenerate
clown about, clown around, fool about, fool around, act the clown, act the fool, act the goat, act foolishly, forget oneself
coloquial mess about, mess around
Britanico coloquial muck about, muck around, play up