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"you're not wrong" = "you're right", however phrasing it as "you're not wrong" usually that there's more to it -- either there's some missing nuance, or the speaker agrees grudgingly or doesn't like this truth or wishes it wasn't so, etc.
Alice: Bob, you drink too much.
Bob: You're not wrong.
by d0ugmc March 13, 2018
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Something someone says when they dispute what you're saying but does so in an underhanded way. It's often followed by a "but".

Protip: you can replace many "you're not wrong, but..." statements directly with "I disagree with you because..." and you wont come across badly.
You're not wrong, but the truth is more nuanced than you're letting on.
by apphacker January 25, 2017
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