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Bad Definition of Bad by Merriam-Webster.
9: serious sense 2, severe a bad cold in bad trouble. 10: not correct bad spelling bad manners. 11: not cheerful or calm a bad mood. 12: not healthy bad teeth He felt bad from a cold. 13: sorry sense 1 I felt bad about my mistake.
BAD meaning in the Cambridge English Dictionary.
to the bad. if you are a particular amount of money to the bad, you have lost or owe that amount.: The bank has a positive deficiency of 376900, with a possibility of its being over half a million to the bad.
bad Wiktionary.
1965, Teddy Randazzo, Bobby Weinstein, Bobby Hart lyrics and music, Hurt So Bad, in Hurt So Bad, performed by The Lettermen.: Oh let me tell you that it / Hurts so bad / It makes me feel so sad / You make it hurt so bad / To see you again.
bad Origin and meaning of bad by Online Etymology Dictionary.
the news was very bad. it was a bad light for reading. the movie was a bad choice. his sloppy appearance made a bad impression. the reviews were bad. a bad little boy. clothes in bad shape. a bad cut.
Bad album Wikipedia.
88 Richard Cromelin of the Los Angeles Times called Bad a" fair-to-strong array of soul and rock blends, commenting that the record was not" bad" and was more reminiscent" of Off the Wall s uniform strength than Thriller s peaks and valleys.
Bad Synonyms, Bad Antonyms Merriam-Webster Thesaurus.
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