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Can I use this idiom just like this?

"She wore her necklace wrong way round"

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Hi Tom,

I'm not sure what it would look like if a necklace was the wrong way (a)round.

Assume a necklace consists of a big diamond on a chain.

If she wore it wrong way (a)round, where would the diamond be?

Clive

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Yes, you can. Little correction: "She wore her necklace the wrong way round"

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Can I use this idiom just like this?

"She wore her necklace wrong way round"

I am OK with it, but I like tongue-twisters. Note that "round" in this sense is rare in US English. We use "around".

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