Übersetzung von “bad” — Englisch–Koreanisch Wörterbuch


adjective uk /bæd/ us /bæd/ comparative worse, superlative worst

A1 not good or pleasant

안 좋은
bad weather
bad news

A2 of low quality and not acceptable

형편 없는
The movie was so bad we couldn’t watch it.
I’m very bad at cooking.

B1 serious

a bad injury

B1 evil or morally unacceptable

She’s not a bad person.
Stealing is a bad thing to do.

B1 not appropriate, or not happening in a way that you would like

(상황이) 안 좋은
I’ll call you later if this is a bad time for you.
He made a number of bad decisions.

Food that is bad is not fresh and cannot be eaten.

not bad

A2 fairly good

그럭저럭 괜찮은, 그렇게 나쁘지 않은
‘How was your sandwich?’ ‘Not bad.’
be bad for someone

A2 to be harmful for someone

-에 나쁜
Too much fat is bad for you.
feel bad informal

B1 to feel guilty

죄책감을 느끼다
I felt bad about leaving her by herself.
too bad

B1B1 used to say that you are sorry about a situation

‘He didn’t get the job.’ ‘Oh, that’s too bad.’

(Übersetzung von “bad” aus dem Cambridge Englisch–Koreanisch Wörterbuch © Cambridge University Press)