Word: bad

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Synonyms: bad

substandard, poor, inferior, second-rate, second-class, unsatisfactory, inadequate, unacceptable, not up to scratch, not up to par, deficient, imperfect, defective, faulty, shoddy, amateurish, careless, negligent, miserable, sorry, incompetent, inept, inexpert, ineffectual, awful, atrocious, appalling, execrable, deplorable, terrible, abysmal, crummy, rotten, godawful, pathetic, useless, woeful, bum, lousy, not up to snuff, harmful, damaging, detrimental, injurious, hurtful, inimical, destructive, ruinous, deleterious, unhealthy, unwholesome, wicked, evil, sinful, immoral, morally wrong, corrupt, base, black-hearted, reprobate, amoral, criminal, villainous, nefarious, iniquitous, dishonest, dishonorable, unscrupulous, unprincipled, crooked, dirty, dastardly, badly behaved, naughty, ill-behaved, disobedient, wayward, willful, self-willed, defiant, unruly, insubordinate, undisciplined, unpleasant, disagreeable, unwelcome, unfortunate, unlucky, unfavorable, dreadful, grim, distressing, inauspicious, inopportune, unpropitious, disadvantageous, adverse, inappropriate, unsuitable, untoward, severe, serious, grave, critical, acute, grievous, decayed, decomposed, decomposing, putrid, putrefied, off, moldy, sour, spoiled, rancid, rank, unfit for human consumption, addled, skunky, injured, wounded, diseased, game, guilty, conscience-stricken, remorseful, guilt-ridden, ashamed, contrite, full of regret, regretful, shamefaced, invalid, worthless, counterfeit, fake, false, bogus, fraudulent, phony, dud, offensive, vulgar, crude, foul, obscene, rude, coarse, smutty, filthy, indecent, indecorous, blasphemous, profane, big, forged, tough, unsound, unfit, speculative, high-risk, risky

Translations: bad

spanish
pasado, podrido, malo


german
verdorben, risikoreich, ungezogen, schädlich, schlechtigkeit, ...

french
malade, méchant, mal, médiocre, vilain, ...

italian
scadente, sbagliato, brutto, malvagio, maligno, ...

portuguese
mau, ruim

dutch
rot, slecht, ondeugend, vals, verkeerd, ...

russian
дурной, плохой, гиблый, плохо, молва, ...

norwegian
dårlig, slett, vond

swedish
dålig, elak

finnish
häijy, pahoillaan, ala-arvoinen, ruma, mätä, ...

danish
ilde, ond, dårlig, slet

czech
zle, nemocen, špatný, škodlivý, nehezký, ...

polish
niedobry, lichy, nieświeży, zły, okropny, ...

hungarian
hibás, gonosz

turkish
kötü, kötü bir, fena, bozuk

greek
κακός, κακή, κακό, κακές, άσχημα

ukrainian
злий, кепський, поганий, негарний, недобрий

albanian
keq

bulgarian
пробой

belarusian
благi

estonian
halb, kõvasti, vilets

croatian
rđav, neispravan, nedostojan, poročan, lose

icelandic
slæmur

latin
improbus, malus

lithuanian
negeras, blogas, žalingas

latvian
ļaunums, slikts

macedonian
лош, лоша, лошо, лоши, лошите

romanian
rău, tu

slovenian
slab, zlo

slovak
špatný, zlý

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The meaning and "use of": bad

adjective
  • of poor quality; inferior or defective.
  • not such as to be hoped for or desired; unpleasant or unwelcome.
  • (of food) decayed; putrid.
  • (of parts of the body) injured, diseased, or causing pain.
  • regretful, guilty, or ashamed about something.
  • morally depraved; wicked.
  • worthless; not valid.
  • good; excellent.

adverb
  • badly.

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