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  • 41bad — 1 adjective comparative worse, worst 1 HARMFUL unpleasant, harmful, or likely to cause problems: I have some bad news for you. | I thought things couldn t possibly get any worse. | It s bad enough being woken by the baby without you keeping me… …

    Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • 42Bad — Das Bad hatte, wie schon bei den Griechen und Römern, im häuslichen und öffentlichen Volksleben des Mittelalters und der frühen Neuzeit eine sehr große Bedeutung. Es war die erste Pflicht des Hausherrn, dem Gaste, der freilich oft schmutzig genug …

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  • 43bad — bad1 [ bæd ] (comparative worse [ wɜrs ] ; superlative worst [ wɜrst ] ) adjective *** ▸ 1 not pleasant or enjoyable ▸ 2 causing problems/harm ▸ 3 of low quality or skill ▸ 4 not appropriate/fair ▸ 5 painful/injured ▸ 6 evil/behaving badly ▸ 7 no …

    Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • 44bad — [[t]bæ̱d[/t]] ♦ worse, worst 1) ADJ GRADED Something that is bad is unpleasant, harmful, or undesirable. The bad weather conditions prevented the plane from landing... We have been going through a bad time... I ve had a bad day at work... Divorce …

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  • 45Bad — 1. Bad, Wein und Weib erquicken (verderben) den Leib. – Simrock, 688; Körte, 366. Lat.: Balnea sunt remedia laborum. – Balnea, vina, venus, corrumpunt corpora nostra, conservant eadem balnea, vina, venus. – Vina acuunt animos, vino mens aegra… …

    Deutsches Sprichwörter-Lexikon

  • 46Bad — Badeort; Kurbad; Heilbad; Mineralquelle; Heilquelle; Badeanstalt; Schwimmbad; Badezimmer * * * Bad [ba:t], das; [e]s, Bäder [ bɛ:dɐ]: 1. a) Wasser in einer Wanne zum …

    Universal-Lexikon

  • 47bad — I UK [bæd] / US adjective Word forms bad : adjective bad comparative worse UK [wɜː(r)s] / US [wɜrs] superlative worst UK [wɜː(r)st] / US [wɜrst] *** 1) not pleasant or enjoyable The weather was really bad – it rained all week. She was feeling… …

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  • 48bad — I [[t]bæd[/t]] adj. worse, worst; (Slang)bad•der, bad•dest for36; 1) not good in any manner or degree 2) having a wicked or evil character; morally reprehensible 3) of inferior quality; inadequate; defective; deficient 4) disobedient or naughty… …

    From formal English to slang

  • 49bad — I. /bæd / (say bad) adjective (worse, worst) 1. not good: bad conduct; a bad life; bad weather. 2. defective; worthless: a bad coin. 3. unsatisfactory; poor; below standard; inadequate: bad heating; a bad businessman. 4. incorrect; faulty: a bad… …

    Australian-English dictionary

  • 50bad — adj., n., & adv. adj. (worse; worst) 1 inferior, inadequate, defective (bad work; a bad driver; bad light). 2 a unpleasant, unwelcome (bad weather; bad news). b unsatisfactory, unfortunate (a bad business). 3 harmful (is bad for you). 4 (of food) …

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  • 51bad — ab·bad·id; al·la·ha·bad; ashkh·a·bad; bad; bad·chan; bad·der·locks; bad·die; bad·dish; bad·e·nite; bad·i·nage; bad·mash; bad·min·ton; bad·ness; bad·rans; flo·ris·bad; hy·der·a·bad; karls·bad; mo·rad·a·bad; sa·bad·i·nine; se·cun·der·a·bad;… …

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  • 52bad — I adj. 1) bad for (smoking is bad for your health) 2) bad to + inf. (it s bad to lie) 3) bad that + clause (it s too bad that he was not able to attend the meeting) 4) (misc.) not bad ( quite good ); not half bad ( fairly good ); that s (just)… …

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  • 53bad — I. adjective (worse; worst) Etymology: Middle English Date: 14th century 1. a. failing to reach an acceptable standard ; poor < a bad repair job > b. unfavorable < make a bad impressi …

    New Collegiate Dictionary

  • 54Bad — Das Wort Bad (althochdt.: bat, „warm baden“) steht für: Aufenthalt in Wasser zur Heilung oder zur Reinigung; siehe Badekultur Badezimmer, heute üblicher Raum für die Körperpflege Volksbad, ein Gebäude für die Körperpflege der städtischen Masse im …

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  • 55bad*/*/*/ — [bæd] (comparative worse [wɜːs] ; superlative worst [wɜːst] ) adj I 1) not nice or enjoyable The weather was really bad – it rained all week.[/ex] I m afraid I have some bad news for you.[/ex] 2) causing major problems, harm, or damage a bad&#8230; …

    Dictionary for writing and speaking English

  • 56bad — adj. 1 not good; serious VERBS ▪ be, look, sound ▪ get ▪ The weather got very bad later in the day. ADVERB ▪ …

    Collocations dictionary

  • 57Bad — The word Bad may refer to:Acronyms*BADFilms* Andy Warhol s Bad , a 1977 film * bAd, a 2007 film about dyslexiaMusic* Bad (album), a 1987 Michael Jackson album ** Bad (Michael Jackson song), a song from that album *Royce da 5 9 , American rapper&#8230; …

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  • 58BAD — Das Wort Bad (v. althochdt.: bat „warm baden“) steht für: Aufenthalt in Wasser zur Heilung oder zur Reinigung; siehe Badekultur Badezimmer, Raum für die Körperpflege Badehaus, ein Gebäude für die Körperpflege Schwimmbad, Ort des Badevergnügens&#8230; …

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  • 59bad — ▪ I. bad bad 1 [bæd] adjective bad debt/​loan/​investment/​stock/​asset FINANCE BANKING a bad debt, loan, investment etc is one from which you will not be able to get your money back: • Barclays have sharply increased their provision for bad&#8230; …

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  • 60bad — adjective 1) bad workmanship Syn: substandard, poor, inferior, second rate, second class, unsatisfactory, inadequate, unacceptable, not up to scratch, not up to par, deficient, imperfect, defective, faulty, shoddy, amateurish …

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