Is completely wrong a collocation?

English Language Proficiency Tests, Advanced Level

ESL/EFL Test #44 [color=blue]“Scandal”, question 10

The reporter had got it wrong because he found his ticket and he wasn’t ‘fined’, he was simply ‘fine’.

(a) fully
(b) fairly
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(d) completely

English Language Proficiency Tests, Advanced Level

ESL/EFL Test #44 [color=blue]“Scandal”, answer 10

The reporter had got it completely wrong because he found his ticket and he wasn’t ‘fined’, he was simply ‘fine’.

Correct answer: (d) completely
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I think “completely wrong” is a collocation, isn’t it?

It’s just a pairing of well suited words.

Many thanks, so they are a pairing of well suited words. It is a very good designation.

Which adverbs pairing well with the adjective “wrong”?
absolutely wrong?
all wrong ?-for example good ones?

If there are countless I don’t wish to enumerate them.

Regards.
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