noun see baddie

New Collegiate Dictionary. 2001.

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  • baddy — UK [ˈbædɪ] / US or baddie UK / US noun [countable] Word forms baddy : singular baddy plural baddies British informal someone in a film or book who does unkind or illegal things …   English dictionary

  • baddy — bad man, 1937, from BAD (Cf. bad) + Y (Cf. y) (3) …   Etymology dictionary

  • baddy — [[t]bæ̱di[/t]] baddies also baddie N COUNT: usu pl A baddy is a person in a story or film who is considered to be evil or wicked, or who is fighting on the wrong side. You can also refer to the baddies in a situation in real life. [BRIT,… …   English dictionary

  • baddy — AND baddie [“baedi] n. a bad thing or person. □ Using butter is supposed to be a real baddy. □ Marty has become such a baddie that no one speaks to her anymore …   Dictionary of American slang and colloquial expressions

  • baddy — /bad ee/, n., pl. baddies. baddie. * * * …   Universalium

  • baddy — n. baddie, rogue, villain, scoundrel (in a movie, book, story or play) …   English contemporary dictionary

  • baddy — (also baddie) noun (plural baddies) informal a villain or criminal in a book, film, etc …   English new terms dictionary

  • baddy — bad·dy …   English syllables

  • baddy — n. (pl. ies) colloq. a villain or criminal, esp. in a story, film, etc …   Useful english dictionary

  • baddy or baddie — bad|dy or bad|die [ bædi ] noun count BRITISH INFORMAL a BAD GUY …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

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