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  1. worst

    • IPA[wəːst]

    英式

    • adj.
      of the poorest quality or the lowest standard; least good or desirable;most severe or serious
    • adv.
      most severely or seriously;least well or pleasingly
    • n.
      the most serious or unpleasant thing that could happen;the most serious or unpleasant part of something
    • v.
      get the better of; defeat
    • noun: worst, plural noun: worsts

    • verb: worst, 3rd person present: worsts, gerund or present participle: worsting, past tense: worsted, past participle: worsted

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    • 片語
    • adj.
      形容詞
    • 1. 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

    • 2. most severe or serious:

      at least 32 people died in Australia's worst bus accident

    • adv.
      副詞
    • 1. most severely or seriously:

      manufacturing and mining are the industries worst affected by falling employment

    • 2. least well or pleasingly:

      he was voted the worst-dressed celebrity

    • n.
      名詞
    • 1. the most serious or unpleasant thing that could happen:

      when I saw the ambulance outside her front door, I began to fear the worst

    • 2. the most serious or unpleasant part of something:

      there are signs that the recession is past its worst

    • v.
      動詞
    • 1. get the better of; defeat:

      this was not the time for a deep discussion—she was tired and she would be worsted

    • 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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    • 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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    • 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. best out of a group which are all undesirable or of poor quality:

    • choosing the least worst option is your only escape

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    • adj. (of a projected development) characterized by the worst of the possible foreseeable circumstances:

    • in the worst-case scenario, coastal resorts and communities face disaster

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    • adj. best out of a group which are all undesirable or of poor quality:

    • choosing the least worst option is your only escape

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    • adj. (of a projected development) characterized by the worst of the possible foreseeable circumstances:

    • in the worst-case scenario, coastal resorts and communities face disaster

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    美式

    • 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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