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Definizione monolingua bad


bad


Verb

bad


  1. (archaic) Alternative past tense of bid. See bade.
Noun

bad (uncountable)


  1. (slang) error, mistake
    Sorry, my bad!
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    • 2003, Zane, Skyscraper, page 7:
      “Chico, youre late again.” I turned around and stared him in his beady eyes. “I missed my bus. My bad, Donald.” “Your bad? Your bad? What kind of English is that?
    • 2008, Camika Spencer, Cubicles, page 68:
      Teresa broke out in laughter. “Dang, I sound like Im talking to my man.” “I tried your cell phone, but you didnt answer.” “I left it at home, Friday. My bad.” “Yeah, your bad.” I laughed. “Really, Im sorry. It wont happen again.
Adjective

bad (comparative worse or (nonstandard) badder, superlative worst or (nonstandard) baddest)


  1. Not good; unfavorable; negative.
    You have bad credit.
  2. Seemingly non-appropriate, in manners, etc.
    It is bad manners to talk with your mouth full.
  3. Not suitable or fitting.
    Do you think it is a bad idea to confront him directly?
  4. Tricky; stressful; unpleasant.
    Divorce is usually a bad experience for everybody involved.
  5. Evil; wicked.
    Be careful. There are bad people in the world.
  6. Faulty; not functional.
    I had a bad headlight.
  7. (of food) Spoiled, rotten, overripe.
    These apples have gone bad.
  8. (of breath) Malodorous, foul.
    Bad breath is not pleasant for anyone.
  9. (informal) Bold and daring.
    Did you see what he wrote on that guys forehead? What a bad ass!
  10. (of a need or want) Severe, urgent.
    He is in bad need of a haircut.
Adverb

bad (comparative worse, superlative worst)


  1. (now colloquial) Badly.
    I didnt do too bad in the last exam.


Definizione italiano>inglese bad

cattivo
  of breath: malodorous
  not good
  evil, wicked
brutto
  evil, wicked
difettoso
  faulty; not functional
errore
  Un'errore, una distrazione, normalmente scusabile a causa di una propria assenza.
  A mistake, an oversight, a slight; usually apologetic, referring to one's own failures.
forte
  Con una grande intensità.
  With great intensity.
immorale
  Caratterizzato dalla cattiveria o dall'immoralità.
  Characterized by wickedness or immorality.
intenso
  Con una grande intensità.
  With great intensity.
male
  Non buono; sfavorevole; negativo.
  Not good; unfavorable; negative.
sbagliato
  not suitable or fitting
-cattìo
andato a male
brutta
cattìu
criminale
crudele
dannoso
demonio
fatto male
grave
guasto
incapace
indecente
inesperto
malato
maleducato
maligno
malo
malvagio
marcio
orribile
osceno
ripugnante
scadente
schifoso
scorretto
sgradevole
sporco
terribile
volgare

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cattivo |brutto |difettoso |errore |forte |immorale |intenso |male |sbagliato |-cattìo |andato a male |brutta |cattìu |criminale |crudele |dannoso |demonio |fatto male |grave |guasto |incapace |indecente |inesperto |malato |maleducato |maligno |malo |malvagio |marcio |orribile |osceno |ripugnante |scadente |schifoso |scorretto |sgradevole |sporco |terribile |volgare |


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