Definition of bad form in English:

bad form

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[mass noun]
  • An offence against current social conventions: it was considered bad form to talk about money
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    • After decades of being considered bad form, tales of imperial derring-do are making something of a comeback.
    • Although I was the most recent arrival in Indonesia of all the people working on Pacific Union, I appeared to be the only one who had read in a book on the country that it is considered very bad form to sit on a table.
    • I realize that it is considered bad form to make such a claim.

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