比较级: worse 最高级: worst 名词: badness
比较级: worse 最高级: worst 名词: badness
1.that which is below standard or expectations as of ethics or decency
e.g. take thebad with the good
1.feeling physical discomfort or pain (`tough' is occasionally used colloquially for `bad')
e.g. my throat feelsbad
she feltbad all over
he was feeling tough after a restless night
2.(of foodstuffs) not in an edible or usable condition
e.g. bad meat
a refrigerator full of spoilt food
3.not working properly
e.g. abad telephone connection
a defective appliance
e.g. like abad penny...
a forged twenty dollar bill
5.having undesirable or negative qualities
e.g. abad report card
his sloppy appearance made abad impression
abad little boy
clothes inbad shape
the news was verybad
the reviews werebad
the pay isbad
it was abad light for reading
the movie was abad choice
6.characterized by wickedness or immorality
e.g. led a verybad life
7.feeling or expressing regret or sorrow or a sense of loss over something done or undone
e.g. felt regretful over his vanished youth
regretful over mistakes she had made
he feltbad about breaking the vase
8.capable of harming
e.g. bad air
smoking isbad for you
9.physically unsound or diseased
e.g. has abad back
an unsound limb
e.g. abad headache
in a big rage
had a big (orbad) shock
11.not financially safe or secure
e.g. abad investment
high risk investments
anything that promises to pay too much can't help being risky
speculative business enterprises
e.g. so-calledbad grammar
13.below average in quality or performance
e.g. abad chess player
14.not capable of being collected
e.g. abad (or uncollectible) debt
e.g. I wanted it badly enough to work hard for it
the cables had sagged badly
they were badly in need of help
he wants a bicycle sobad he can taste it
2.with great intensity (`bad' is a nonstandard variant for `badly')
e.g. the injury hurt badly
the buildings were badly shaken
we need waterbad
Something that isbad is unpleasant, harmful, or undesirable.
e.g. Thebad weather conditions prevented the plane from landing...
e.g. We have been going through abad time...
You usebad to indicate that something unpleasant or undesirable is severe or great in degree.
e.g. He had abad accident two years ago and had to give up farming...
e.g. This was abad case of dangerous driving...
Abad idea, decision, or method is not sensible or not correct.
e.g. Economist Jeffrey Faux says a tax cut is abad idea...
e.g. Of course politicians will sometimes makebad decisions...
If you describe a piece of news, an action, or a sign asbad, you mean that it is unlikely to result in benefit or success.
e.g. The closure of the project isbad news for her staff...
e.g. It was abad start in my relationship with Warr...
Something that isbad is of an unacceptably low standard, quality, or amount.
e.g. She was in rather abad film about the Mau Mau...
e.g. Many old people in Britain are living inbad housing...
Someone who isbad at doing something is not skilful or successful at it.
e.g. He had increased Britain's reputation for beingbad at languages...
e.g. He was abad driver...
If you say that it isbad that something happens, you mean it is unacceptable, unfortunate, or wrong.
e.g. Not being able to hear doesn't seem asbad as not being able to see...
e.g. You need at least ten pounds if you go to the cinema nowadays — it's reallybad.
You can say that something isnot bad to mean that it is quite good or acceptable, especially when you are rather surprised about this.
e.g. 'How much is he paying you?' — 'Oh, five thousand.' —'Notbad.'...
e.g. 'How are you, mate?' — 'Notbad, mate, how's yourself?'...
Abad person has morally unacceptable attitudes and behaviour.
e.g. I was selling drugs, but I didn't think I was abad person...
e.g. He does not think that his beliefs make him any worse than any other man.
Abad child disobeys rules and instructions or does not behave in a polite and correct way.
e.g. You are abad boy for repeating what I told you...
e.g. Many parents find it hard to discouragebad behaviour.
If you are in abad mood, you are angry and behave unpleasantly to people.
e.g. She is in a bit of abad mood because she's just given up smoking.
If youfeel bad about something, you feel rather sorry or guilty about it.
e.g. You don't have to feelbad about relaxing...
e.g. I feelbad that he's doing most of the work...
If you have abad back, heart, leg, or eye, it is injured, diseased, or weak.
e.g. Alastair has abad back so we have a hard bed.
Food that hasgone bad is not suitable to eat because it has started to decay.
e.g. They bought so much beef that some wentbad.
Bad language is language that contains offensive words such as swear words.
e.g. I don't like to hearbad language in the street...
e.g. I said abad word.
16. see also: worse;worst
If you say that it istoo bad that something is the case, you mean you are sorry or sad that it is the case.
e.g. It is toobad that Eleanor had to leave so soon...
e.g. Toobad he used his intelligence for criminal purposes.
If you say 'too bad', you are indicating that nothing can be done to change the situation, and that you do not feel sorry or sympathetic about this.
e.g. Toobad if you missed the bus.
If someone or something isin a bad way, they are in a bad condition or situation.
e.g. The economy is in abad way...
e.g. 'You look in abad way,' chuckled Brad.
If nobody hasa bad word to say about you, you are liked or admired by everyone.
e.g. She's got beauty, wealth, and fame, and we still can't find anyone with abad word to say about her.
21. to make the best of abad job -> see best
bad blood -> see blood
to be in someone'sbad books -> see book
bad luck -> see luck
to get abad press -> see press
to go frombad to worse -> see worse
1.bad：betaine aldehyde dehydrogenase; 甜菜碱醛脱氢酶
2.bad：business application division; 商业应用软件部
A：My advice would be to finish it at once.
B：That’s not abad idea.
A：I could never (get used to/ grow accustomed to) it, though.
B：It’s not toobad
B：Here are the quotations that you asked for .
A：How do they compare to last year‘s ?
B：The price increases haven‘t been toobad at all .
A：That‘s good to hear .let‘s take a look at your prices .
Children perished..from bad nourishment.出自：T. R. Malthus
All ways are long over bad roads.出自：E. Glasgow
Why should people go out to see bad films when they can stay at home and see bad television?出自：S. Goldwyn
I couldn't do it on the phoneshis hearing's bad.出自：K. Laffan
误 He slept very bad last night.
正 He slept very badly last night.
For example, police use it to search forbad guys.
This isbad for their health.
His story shows that nobody, howeverbad their situation is, should lose hope.
Because he had abad cold.
He had abad illness that stopped him from moving and talking.
I have abad cold.
Bullying is when someone makes you feelbad or hurts you again and again.
“It's toobad you can't play,” his father said.
The food may gobad.
Macy walks there with him every morning unless the weather isbad.
I don't think it's all thatbad.
Was positive news shared more often simply because people experienced more good things thanbad things?
I have abad headache.
If you're busy, don't feelbad about saying no.
1. They arrived at abad time.
2. The weather was reallybad.
3. She's got abad headache.
4. That's not abad idea.