erroneous adj : containing or characterized by error; "erroneous conclusions"; "the answer was inaccurate" [syn: inaccurate]
- containing an
- His answer to the sum was erroneous
from an error
- His conclusion was erroneous as it was based on a false assumption
- His choice at the line-up was erroneous as he had only seen the mugger for an instant
- signifies a deviation from the requirements of the law, but does not connote a lack of legal authority, and is thus distinguished from illegal.
containing an error; inaccurate
- Czech: chybný
Erroneous means to contain error, be mistaken, wrong, incorrect; to stray from what is considered moral, decent, proper, etc.
Erroneous may also refer to:
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