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The meaning of Bad

bæd

Bad – definition

adjective

Not such as to be hoped for or desired; unpleasant or unwelcome.

Usage examples:

Bad news
adjective

Failing to conform to standards of moral virtue or acceptable conduct.

Usage examples:

The bad guys
adjective

(of a part of the body) injured, diseased, or painful.

Usage examples:

A bad back
adjective

Regretful, guilty, or ashamed about something.

Usage examples:

She feels bad about ending their engagement
adjective

Worthless; not valid.

Usage examples:

He ran up 87 bad cheques
adjective

Good; excellent.

Usage examples:

They want the baddest, best-looking corvette there is
adverb

Badly.

Usage examples:

He beat her up real bad
adjective

Unpleasant and causing difficulties

Usage examples:

Our holiday was spoiled by bad weather., we've just had some very bad news., watch out - he's in a …
adjective

Of low quality, or not acceptable

Usage examples:

The plumber did a bad job on the repairs., he has some very bad habits., in some parts of the world…
adjective

Not successful, or not able to do something well

Usage examples:

Business has been bad this year., i'm very bad at cooking., everyone thinks i'm a bad driver.
adjective

Severe or serious

Usage examples:

The damage caused by the storm was nowhere near as/nothing like as bad as we'd feared it might be.,…
adjective

Damaging to health

Usage examples:

Breathing in other people's cigarette smoke is bad for you., they have a bad diet.
adjective

(of people or actions) evil or morally unacceptable

Usage examples:

There are a lot of bad people in the world., he has his faults but he's not a bad person.
adjective

Not suitable or not convenient

Usage examples:

This is a bad time for me to talk. can i call you back later?, she arrived at the worst possible mo…
adjective

Causing or experiencing pain

Usage examples:

She can't walk up all those steps, not with her bad leg!, i've got a bad head this morning.
adjective

Harmful to eat because of being decayed

Usage examples:

We'd better eat this chicken before it goes bad.
adverb

Informal for badly (= very much)

Usage examples:

He needs the money real bad., my arm hurts so bad.
noun

Things or events that are not good or that are morally wrong

Usage examples:

She only ever sees the bad in people.

Bad translation into English

Bad: translate from English into Chinese

Translate bad into Chinese (Simplified)}
坏的, 坏, 不良, 糟糕, 恶劣, 不善, 错, 歹, 淘气, 窳, 寙, 坏透的, 窳劣

Bad: translate from English into Dutch

Translate bad into Dutch}
Slechte, Slecht, Kwaad, Beroerd, Stout, Bedorven, Kwalijk, Vals

Bad: translate from English into French

Translate bad into French}
Mal, Mauvais, Méchant, Triste, Pas bon, Pas bien, De mauvaise qualité, Faux, Sérieux, Gâté, Raté, Ennuyé, Carié

Bad: translate from English into German

Translate bad into German}
Schlecht, Schlimm, Böse, Übel, Arg, Schwer, Stark, Ungültig, Krank, Faul, Verdorben, Unartig, Mau, Verfault, Unanständig, Unrein, Matsch, Ungedeckt

Bad: translate from English into Hindi

Translate bad into Hindi}
बुरा, खराब, बुराई, अशुभ, हानिकारक, खोटा, गंभीर, अनैतिक, गुणहीन, अनुपयुक्त, सदोष, अयोग्य, अमान्य, अस्वस्थ, बट्टाखाता, नाश, काम न करने योग्य, बद

Bad: translate from English into Italian

Translate bad into Italian}
Cattivo, Male, Brutto, Difettoso, Grave, Scadente, Dannoso, Guasto, Sgradevole, Sfavorevole, Malato, Rovina, Marcio, Andato a male

Bad: translate from English into Korean

Translate bad into Korean}
나쁜, 나쁘게, 심한, 나쁜 것, 해로운, 불쾌한, 불길한, 서투른, 몹쓸, 부패한, 본래 나쁜 것이 더심한, 부적당한, 건강 상태가 좋지 않은, 후회하는, 무효인, 멋있는, 입찰의 과거

Bad: translate from English into Russian

Translate bad into Russian}
Плохо, Плохой, Дурной, Нехорошо, Неудача, Дурно, Нехороший, Скверный, Сильный, Вредный, Больной, Несчастье, Испорченный, Убыток, Недоброкачественный, Безнравственный, Недействительный, Гибель, Грубый, Дефицит, Развращенный, Разорение

Bad: translate from English into Spanish

Translate bad into Spanish}
Malo, Grave, Lo malo, Fuerte, Incobrable, Severo, Duro, Falso, Viciado, Cruel, Débil, Gente mala, Pasado

Word origin

Middle English: perhaps from Old English bǣddel ‘hermaphrodite, womanish man’.

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