Off the mark
English vocabulary and translations (See all)
to be (way) off the mark: to be (very) wrong, mistaken, incorrect
UK: Your guess was way off the mark.
US: He is way off the mark when he says we're lazy.
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- "In any case, to respond to your remark, yes our forecast was a bit off the mark."
- "Brent : Again, Enriqué, you're way off the mark."
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