get in wrong with someone

get in wrong with (someone)

To become displeasing to someone; to do something that provokes someone's anger, contempt, or dismissal. Be sure not to get in wrong with the superintendent—she wields a lot of power in the school district. I'm afraid I may have gotten in wrong with your friend with my off-color remarks.
See also: get, wrong
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get in wrong with (or on the wrong side of) someone

incur the dislike or disapproval of someone. informal
See also: get, someone, wrong
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