sb. could not have been more wrong 某人簡直是大錯特錯
A disappointment – A letter of complaint from a dissatisfied customer.
Dear Mr. Blake:
I thought that it was a step in the right direction when I finally did get through, but I could not have been more wrong. The young woman who answered the phone listened to my complaint was away from his desk temporarily but that she would get him to phone me as soon as he returned.
片語: sb. could not have been more wrong 某人簡直是大錯特錯
定義：used to emphasize how mistaken or misguided you have been 強調某人大大誤解了某狀況
1. We had assumed that the hotel would be at least clean and comortable, but we could not have been more worng; it was absolutely filthy.
2. Jill thought that she was marrying an honorable man, but she could not have been more wrong; Fred was an ex-convict and a complete rogue.