Synonyms of nasty in English:

nasty

adjective

  • 2 the weather turned nasty
    unpleasant, disagreeable, foul, filthy, inclement; wet, rainy, stormy, cold, foggy, blustery, squally
    the weather turned nasty
    [Antonyms] fine sunny
  • 4 her father's had a nasty accident she's got a nasty cut on her head
    serious, dangerous, bad, awful, dreadful, terrible, frightful, critical, severe, grave, alarming, worrying; painful, ugly
    her father's had a nasty accident she's got a nasty cut on her head
    [Antonyms] slight minor

Phrases

nasty piece of work

he was a nasty piece of work and got his just rewards wretch informalbeasttoadpigswineratcreepbastardlousesnakeskunkdogweasellowlifescumbagheelstinkpotstinkerbad lotno-goodson of a bitchs.o.b.Scottish informalscroteIrish informalspalpeenNorth American informalrat finkfinkschmuckAustralian informaldingoNew Zealand informalkuri informal, datedrotterhoundboundercadblighter black Englishrass vulgar slangshitsodprick archaicblackguarddastardknavevarletwhoreson

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