In the Wikidata Bridge, we're currently using "wrong value" to describe a value that needs to be fixed (in the sense of: edit the existing value, as opposed to update the value, that would create a new one and update the rank).
However, based on feedback from a native English speaker (confirmed by Adam) the word "wrong" seems to carry a too strong moral meaning, and "incorrect" should be preferred. We should rephrase our messages accordingly.
- Check all the places in the interface where we use "wrong"
- Rename into "incorrect", adapt the sentence if necessary