(noun.) that which is below standard or expectations as of ethics or decency; 'take the bad with the good'.

(adj.) feeling physical discomfort or pain (`tough' is occasionally used colloquially for `bad'); 'my throat feels bad'; 'she felt bad all over'; 'he was feeling tough after a restless night' .

(adj.) (of foodstuffs) not in an edible or usable condition; 'bad meat'; 'a refrigerator full of spoilt food' .

(adj.) not working properly; 'a bad telephone connection'; 'a defective appliance' .

(adj.) reproduced fraudulently; 'like a bad penny...'; 'a forged twenty dollar bill' .

(adj.) having undesirable or negative qualities; 'a bad report card'; 'his sloppy appearance made a bad impression'; 'a bad little boy'; 'clothes in bad shape'; 'a bad cut'; 'bad luck'; 'the news was very bad'; 'the reviews were bad'; 'the pay is bad'; 'it was a bad light for reading'; 'the movie was a bad choice' .

(adj.) characterized by wickedness or immorality; 'led a very bad life' .

(adj.) capable of harming; 'bad air'; 'smoking is bad for you' .

(adj.) physically unsound or diseased; 'has a bad back'; 'a bad heart'; 'bad teeth'; 'an unsound limb'; 'unsound teeth' .

(adj.) very intense; 'a bad headache'; 'in a big rage'; 'had a big (or bad) shock'; 'a bad earthquake'; 'a bad storm' .

(adj.) not financially safe or secure; 'a bad investment'; 'high risk investments'; 'anything that promises to pay too much can't help being risky'; 'speculative business enterprises' .

(adj.) nonstandard; 'so-called bad grammar' .

(adj.) below average in quality or performance; 'a bad chess player'; 'a bad recital' .

(adj.) not capable of being collected; 'a bad (or uncollectible) debt' .

艾丽莎手打--From WordNet


(imp.) Bade.

(superl.) Wanting good qualities, whether physical or moral; injurious, hurtful, inconvenient, offensive, painful, unfavorable, or defective, either physically or morally; evil; vicious; wicked; -- the opposite of good; as, a bad man; bad conduct; bad habits; bad soil; bad health; bad crop; bad news.

(-) of Bid



a. [1]. Evil, ill, baneful, deleterious, pernicious, mischievous, noxious, hurtful, injurious, detrimental, unwholesome.[2]. Wicked, depraved, abandoned, dishonest, unfair, disingenuous, rascally, villanous.[3]. Untoward, unlucky, unfortunate, unwelcome.[4]. Vile, wretched, sorry, mean, shabby, scurvy, abominable.[5]. Poor, inferior.



[See GOOD]



adj. ill or evil: wicked: hurtful: incorrect faulty: unfavourable: painful:—comp. Worse; superl. Worst.—adj. Bad′dish somewhat bad: not very good.—adv. Bad′ly.—ns. Bad′ness.—Bad blood angry feeling; Bad coin false coin; Bad debts debts that cannot be recovered; Bad shot a wrong guess.—To go bad to decay; To go to the bad to go to ruin; To the bad to a bad condition: in deficit.—With bad grace unwillingly.





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