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bad

Definitions by Oxford


[bad], (Adjective)

Definitions:
- of poor quality or a low standard
(e.g: a bad diet)

- not such as to be hoped for or desired; unpleasant or unwelcome
(e.g: bad news)

- failing to conform to standards of moral virtue or acceptable conduct
(e.g: the bad guys)

- (of a part of the body) injured, diseased, or painful
(e.g: a bad back)

- (of food) decayed; putrid
(e.g: everything in the fridge went bad)

- regretful, guilty, or ashamed about something
(e.g: she feels bad about ending their engagement)

- worthless; not valid
(e.g: he ran up 87 bad cheques)

- good; excellent
(e.g: they want the baddest, best-looking Corvette there is)


Phrases:
- be no bad thing
- from bad to worse
- in a bad way
- my bad
- not bad
- to the bad
- too bad

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


[bad], (Adverb)

Definitions:
- badly
(e.g: he beat her up real bad)


Phrases:
- be no bad thing
- from bad to worse
- in a bad way
- my bad
- not bad
- to the bad
- too bad

Origin:







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