meaning of BAD

BAD meaning in General Dictionary

Wanting great qualities whether actual or ethical injurious upsetting inconvenient offensive painful undesirable or faulty either physically or morally bad vicious wicked the alternative of good as a bad man bad conduct bad practices bad soil bad air bad wellness a bad crop bad development

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  • Bade
  • definitely; highly
  • with great intensity (`bad' is a nonstandard variation for `badly')
  • not working correctly
  • reproduced fraudulently
  • having unwanted or unfavorable attributes
  • characterized by wickedness or immorality
  • experience or expressing regret or sadness or a sense of loss over some thing done or undone
  • with the capacity of damaging
  • literally unsound or diseased
  • very intense
  • not financially safe or safe
  • nonstandard
  • substandard in quality or overall performance
  • unable of being gathered
  • (of foodstuffs) perhaps not in an edible or usable condition
  • what is below standard or objectives since ethics or decency
  • sensation physical disquiet or discomfort (`tough' is sporadically used colloquially for `bad')
  • Bade.
  • Wanting great attributes, whether physical or moral; harmful, hurtful, inconvenient, offensive, painful, unfavorable, or defective, either physically or morally; bad; vicious; sinful; -- the reverse of good; since, a negative man; bad conduct; bad habits; bad earth; bad wellness; bad crop; bad development.
  • of Bid

BAD meaning in Law Dictionary

significantly faulty; inapt; not good. The technical word for unsoundness in pleading.

BAD meaning in Etymology Dictionary

c.1200, "inferior in quality;" very early 13c., "wicked, evil, vicious," a mystery term without evident loved ones various other languages.* Perhaps from Old English derogatory term b

BAD - German to English

jetted bathtub

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  • restroom
  • spa
  • swimming
  • watering place [spa]
  • balneary [archaic]
  • baths {pl}
  • bathe [Br.]
  • bath

BAD meaning in General Dictionary

(imp.) Bade.

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  • (superl.) Wanting great characteristics, whether actual or ethical; injurious, hurtful, inconvenient, unpleasant, painful, unfavorable, or flawed, either actually or morally; bad; vicious; wicked; -- the contrary of great; because, a negative man; bad conduct; bad practices; bad earth; bad health; bad crop; bad news.
  • of Bid

Sentence Examples with the word BAD

Segnes Pass (Elm to Flims), foot path Kisten Pass (Linththal to Ilanz), bad bridle path Panixer Pass (Elm to Ilanz), bad bridle path.

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