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    bad查询结果如下:

    音标:[bæd]
    比较级:worse 最高级:worst

    基本释义/说明: adj.坏的
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    a.
    ①坏的;恶的;不道德的;
    a bad boy
    坏孩子;不听话的孩子.
    bad behaviour
    不道德的行为.
    bad debt
    坏帐;收不回来的帐.
    bad language
    骂人的话.
    lead a bad life
    过着不幸的生活.
    used in a bad sense
    用作贬义.
    It is bad to steal.
    偷窃是不道德的.
    [the bad]
    ①坏,恶,不幸;
    ②令人不愉快的;讨厌的;
    bad news
    令人不愉快的消息;噩耗.
    a bad smell (breath,odour)
    一股臭气(味).
    bad weather
    坏天气;讨厌的天气.
    ③(质量)低劣的;(能力)极差的;(事情)无价值的;不恰当的;错误的;(货币)伪造的;
    a bad coin (cheque)
    伪币(假支票).
    a bad driver
    技术不熟练的司机.
    a bad example
    不恰当的例子.
    bad grammar
    不通的语法.
    bad law
    【法】错误定律.
    bad shot
    未打中.
    bad work
    质量低劣的工作.
    bad lands
    不毛之地.
    be bad at mathematics (writing)
    数学(写作)不好.
    speak bad English
    英语说得不好.
    ④严重的;厉害的;
    a bad accident
    重大的事故.
    a bad cold
    重伤风.
    a bad defeat
    惨败.
    a bad falling off in attendance
    出席人数大为减少.
    get a bad headache
    头痛得厉害.
    That was a bad mistake.
    那是一项大错.
    ⑤不利的;有害的;不充足的;
    be bad for sb`s health (eyes)
    对某人健康(视力)是有害的.
    have a bad effect on sb (sth)
    对某人(某事)产生不良影响(后果).
    have a bad time
    日子不好过.
    study in bad light
    在昏暗的灯光下学习.
    ⑥(食物等)腐烂的;变质的;
    a bad egg (hat, lot, type)
    臭蛋;[比喻]坏家伙.
    bad fish (meat)
    腐烂的鱼(肉).
    ⑦有病的;痛的;
    bad teeth (finger,leg)
    疼痛的牙(手指,腿).
    feel bad
    感到不舒服.
    n.
    ①坏,恶,不幸;
    exchange the bad for the good
    改恶从善.
    [the bad]
    ②坏人,恶人(总称);
    ②坏人,恶人(总称);
    the bad and the beautiful
    坏人与美人.
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    bad的复数形式
    “Actual economic results, including the goods and the bads, are a function of numerous factors and forces.”
    “So, I celebrated by teaching her how to do a transfection, and then we went to lunch and talked about the goods and bads of science, very openly.”
    The quality of being bad.
    “Brown is less unsettled by the badness of her verse than by the popularity of her bad verse.”
    “We gave the two of them some wine, asking their opinion as to the condition, quality, goodness, or badness of the wine.”
    “No one likes the elevator music, but they must endure the sheer bland badness being piped into their ears.”
    The state or quality of being baddish.
    (informal) A person of bad character in a work of fiction; in a western he will typically wear a black hat.
    “The young damsel is then captured by the baddie because she possesses a rare coin.”
    “I don’t play a lot of baddies, although I was an assassin in Hamish McBeth and a sort of baddie in EastEnders.”
    “Of course, every production has to have a baddie, some one to boo and hiss at, and this show was no exception.”
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