Übersetzung von “bad” — Englisch–Französisch Wörterbuch

bad

adjectivebad /bæd/ ( worse, worst)
≠good unpleasant and full of problems
mauvais/-aise

a bad day
un mauvais jour

the worst experience of my life
la pire expérience de ma vie
≠good lacking quality or ability
mauvais/-aise

a bad education
une mauvaise éducation

This show was worse than the last one.
Cette émission était pire que la dernière.

He's really bad at spelling.
Il est vraiment mauvais en orthographe.
harmful or damaging
mauvais/-aise

a bad fall
une mauvaise chute

Smoking is bad for you.
Fumer est mauvais pour toi.

the worst storm in 60 years
le pire orage en 60 ans
no longer good to eat or drink
mauvais/-aise , gâté/-ée

This apple is bad.
Cette pomme est gâtée.

The milk was going bad.
Le lait tournait.
≠good not behaving well or not morally good
mauvais/-aise

a bad person
une personne méchante

bad behavior
mauvais comportement
painful or not functioning well
mauvais/-aise , douloureux/-euse

a bad back
un dos douloureux

the worst headache
un horrible mal de tête
≠good not appropriate
mauvais/-aise

a bad time to start a new business
une mauvaise période pour lancer une nouvelle affaire
spoken ( comparative badder superlative baddest ) good
terrible spoken

He's one bad dude.
C'est un sale type.
feel bad
to feel guilty
s'en vouloir

I felt bad about not inviting Julia.
Je m'en voulais de ne pas inviter Julia.
not (too) bad
informal fairly good
pas mal

"How was the interview?" "Not bad."
"Comment s'est passé l'entretien ?" "Pas mal."
too bad
spoken indicates you feel sympathy
pas de chance , dommage

Too bad you didn't get the job.
C'est dommage que tu n'aies pas eu le travail.

bad

adverbbad [ bæd ] spoken
badly
gravement , sérieusement

He got hurt really bad.
Il a été grièvement blessé.

(Übersetzung von “bad” aus dem GLOBAL English-French Dictionary © 2014 K Dictionaries Ltd)

bad

adjective /bӕd/ (comparative worse /wəːs/, superlative worst /wəːst/)

not good; not efficient

mauvais
He is a bad driver
His eyesight is bad
He is bad at remembering birthdays and anniversaries.

wicked; immoral

méchant
a bad man
He has done some bad things.

unpleasant

mauvais
bad news.

rotten

pourri
This meat is bad.

causing harm or injury

mauvais
Smoking is bad for your health.

(of a part of the body) painful, or in a weak state

malade, sale
She has a bad heart
I have a bad head (= headache) today.

unwell

mal
I am feeling quite bad today.

serious or severe

grave
a bad accident
a bad mistake.

(of a debt) not likely to be paid

douteux
The firm loses money every year from bad debts.
badly adverb (comparative worse, superlative worst)

not well, efficiently or satisfactorily

mal
She plays tennis very badly.

to a serious or severe extent

sérieusement
He badly needs a haircut
This dress is badly stained.
badness noun

méchanceté
badly off

not having much especially money

être dans la gêne
We can’t afford to buy a new car – we are too badly off.
feel bad (about something)

to feel upset or ashamed about something

être embêté (à propos de)
I feel bad about forgetting to telephone you.
go from bad to worse

to get into an even worse condition etc than before

empirer
Things are going from bad to worse for the company – not only are we losing money, but there’s going to be a strike as well.
not bad

quite good

pas mauvais
‘Is she a good swimmer?’ ‘She’s not bad.’
too bad

unfortunate

dommage (que)
It’s too bad that he has decided to resign.

(Übersetzung von “bad” aus dem PASSWORD English-French Dictionary © 2014 K Dictionaries Ltd)