Sinónimos de bad en inglés:

bad

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  • 1 bad workmanship
    substandard, poor, inferior, second-rate, second-class, unsatisfactory, inadequate, unacceptable, not up to scratch, not up to par, deficient, imperfect, defective, faulty, shoddy, amateurish, careless, negligent; dreadful, awful, terrible, abominable, frightful, atrocious, disgraceful, deplorable, hopeless, worthless, laughable, lamentable, miserable, sorry, third-rate, diabolical, execrable; incompetent, inept, inexpert, ineffectual
    informal crummy, rotten, pathetic, useless, woeful, bum, lousy, ropy, appalling, abysmal, pitiful, God-awful, dire, poxy, not up to snuff, the pits
    British informal duff, chronic, rubbish, pants, a load of pants
    vulgar slang crap, shit, chickenshit
    rare egregious
    [Antónimos] good excellent skilled
  • 2 the alcohol is having a bad effect on her health
    harmful, damaging, detrimental, undesirable, injurious, hurtful, inimical, dangerous, destructive, ruinous, deleterious; unhealthy, unwholesome
    [Antónimos] good beneficial
  • 3 she had heard about him and his dissolute, bad life the bad guys
    wicked, sinful, immoral, evil, morally wrong, corrupt, base, black-hearted, reprobate, depraved, degenerate, dissolute, amoral; criminal, villainous, nefarious, iniquitous, dishonest, dishonourable, unscrupulous, unprincipled
    informal crooked, bent, dirty
    archaic dastardly
    [Antónimos] virtuous
  • 4 Tilda! You bad girl!
    naughty, badly behaved, disobedient, wayward, wilful, self-willed, defiant, unruly, insubordinate, undisciplined, unmanageable, uncontrollable, ungovernable, unbiddable, disruptive, rebellious, refractory, recalcitrant; mischievous, full of mischief, playful, impish, roguish, puckish, rascally, prankish, tricksy
    informal brattish, scampish
    Scottish informal gallus
    archaic contumacious
    [Antónimos] well behaved
  • 5 bad news
    unpleasant, disagreeable, unwelcome, unfortunate, unfavourable, unlucky, adverse, nasty; terrible, dreadful, awful, grim, distressing, regrettable
    archaic or humorous parlous
    [Antónimos] good
  • 6 a recession is a bad time to try and sell a business
    [Antónimos] good
  • 7 a bad accident a bad head injury
    [Antónimos] minor slight
  • 8 the meat's gone bad
    rotten, off, decayed, decomposed, decomposing, putrid, putrefied, putrescent, mouldy, mouldering; sour, rancid, rank, unfit for human consumption; addled; maggoty, worm-eaten, wormy, flyblown
    rare putrefactive, putrefacient
    [Antónimos] fresh
  • 9 if you still feel bad, stay in bed See ill
  • 10 a bad knee
    injured, wounded, diseased
    British informal gammy, knackered
    Australian/New Zealand informal crook
    dated game
  • 11 George always felt bad after shouting at her
    [Antónimos] unrepentant
  • 12 a bad cheque
    invalid, worthless; counterfeit, fake, false, spurious, fraudulent
    informal bogus, phoney, dud
  • Frases

    not bad

    the bean casserole wasn't bad
    [Antónimos] outstanding
    all rightquite goodgoodadequateacceptablegood enoughreasonablefairdecentaveragetolerablepassablemiddlingmoderatesufficiently goodfine informalOKso-sofair-to-middlingNorth American & Australian/New Zealand informaljake

    Palabras de enlace

    caco- related prefix, as in cacophony, cacography
    dys- related prefix, as in dyspepsia, dysfunctional

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    Palabra del día dinkum
    Pronunciación: ˈdɪŋkəm
    adjective
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