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  1. bad

    • IPA[bad]

    美式

    • adj.
      of poor quality or a low standard;(of a person) not able to do a particular thing well
    • adv.
      badly
    • 釋義
    • 相關詞
    • 片語
    • adj.
      形容詞
    • 1. of poor quality or a low standard:

      a bad diet

      bad eyesight

    • 2. (of a person) not able to do a particular thing well:

      I'm so bad at names

      a bad listener

    • 3. not appropriate in a particular situation:

      morning was a bad time to ask Andy about anything

    • 4. not such as to be hoped for or desired; unpleasant or unwelcome:

      bad weather

      we had the worst luck

    • 5. (of something causing pain, danger, or other unwelcome consequences) severe or serious:

      bad headaches

      a bad crash

    • 6. unfavorable; adverse:

      bad reviews

    • 7. having a harmful effect on:

      soap was bad for his face

    • 8. failing to conform to standards of moral virtue or acceptable conduct:

      the bad guys

      bad behavior

    • 9. (of language) using words generally considered offensive; vulgar.
    • 10. (of a part of the body) injured, diseased, or painful:

      a bad back

    • 11. (of a person) unwell:

      I tried medication but felt even worse the next morning

    • 12. (of food) decayed; putrid:

      everything in the fridge went bad

    • 13. (of the atmosphere) polluted; unhealthy:

      bad air

    • 14. regretful, guilty, or ashamed about something:

      she feels bad about ending their engagement

      I feel bad that our business is benefiting from something so horrible

    • 15. worthless; not valid:

      he ran up 87 bad checks

    • 16. good; excellent:

      they want the baddest, best-looking Corvette there is

    • adv.
      副詞
    • 1. badly:

      he beat her up real bad

    • adj.
      of poorer quality or lower standard; less good or desirable:
    • the accommodation was awful and the food was worse

      I'm becoming a worse footballer every week

    • adv.
      less well or skilfully:
    • the more famous I became the worse I painted
    • n.
      a more serious or unpleasant event or situation:
    • the small department was already stretched to the limit, but worse was to follow

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    • adj.
      of poorer quality or lower standard; less good or desirable:
    • the accommodations were awful, and the food was worse
    • adv.
      less well or skilfully:
    • the more famous I became the worse I painted
    • n.
      a more serious or unpleasant event or situation:
    • the small department was already stretched to the limit, but worse was to follow

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    • adj.
      of the poorest quality or the lowest standard; least good or desirable:
    • he was the company's worst driver

      the speech was the worst he had ever made

    • adv.
      most severely or seriously:
    • manufacturing and mining are the industries worst affected by falling employment
    • n.
      the most serious or unpleasant thing that could happen:
    • when I saw the ambulance outside her front door, I began to fear the worst
    • v.
      get the better of; defeat:
    • this was not the time for a deep discussion—she was tired and she would be worsted

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    • adv.
      most severely or seriously:
    • manufacturing and mining are the industries worst affected by falling employment
    • n.
      the most serious or unpleasant thing that could happen:
    • when I saw the ambulance outside her front door, I began to fear the worst
    • v.
      get the better of; defeat:
    • this was not the time for a deep discussion—she was tired and she would be worsted

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    • n. intent to deceive:

    • the owners have bargained in bad faith

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    • adj. easily annoyed or made angry:

    • seldom has there been a more naughty and bad-tempered child

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    • n. intent to deceive:

    • frustrated industry representatives accused them of negotiating in bad faith

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    • n. a man who does not conform to approved standards of behavior, especially in a particular sphere of activity:

    • the bad boy of classical music

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    • IPA[bad]

    英式

    • adj.
      of poor quality or a low standard:
    • a bad diet

      bad eyesight

    • adv.
      badly:
    • he beat her up real bad

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  2. 知識+

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    • how bad bad might be

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    • 請問bad的英文用法是該怎解釋?

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