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If one wanted to say "go wrong" like in the sentence "anything that could go wrong will go wrong", how do they say it.
I think I would use 想定外 "soutei-gai" (unexpected) as something that "goes wrong" is an in essence unexpected. Then as for the sentence
maybe something like this would work... I just kinda made it up on the fly.
"Anything that could go wrong will go wrong" can be translated as: