Übersetzung von “bad” — Englisch–Malaysisch Wörterbuch

bad

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

not good; not efficient

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

wicked; immoral

jahat
a bad man
He has done some bad things.

unpleasant

tidak baik
bad news.

rotten

busuk
This meat is bad.

causing harm or injury

tidak baik
Smoking is bad for your health.

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

sakit
She has a bad heart
I have a bad head (= headache) today.

unwell

tidak sihat
I am feeling quite bad today.

serious or severe

teruk
a bad accident
a bad mistake.

(of a debt) not likely to be paid

lapuk
The firm loses money every year from bad debts.
baddie noun (plural baddies) ( baddy)

(British, informal ) a character in a film, play, or book who is bad; bad guy (American, informal)

penjahat
At the end of the film, the baddies are arrested and put in prison.
badly adverb (comparative worse, superlative worst)

not well, efficiently or satisfactorily

tidak cekap
She plays tennis very badly.

to a serious or severe extent

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

keburukan
The badness of the weather contributed to his unhappiness.
badly off adjective

not having much especially money

tiada wang
We can’t afford to buy a new car – we are too badly off.
bad guy noun

(American, informal ) a character in a film, play, or book who is bad; baddie (British informal)

orang jahat
At the end of the film, the bad guys are arrested and put in prison.
bad hair day noun

(informal) a day on which you cannot get your hair to look right, and therefore you feel unattractive.

hari rambut serba tidak kena

(informal) a day when everything seems to go wrong

hari semua tidak betul
You seem to be having a bad hair day!
bad-tempered adjective

(of a person) who becomes angry very easily

pemarah
He’s a bad-tempered old man who doesn’t have a good word for anyone.
feel bad (about something)

to feel upset or ashamed about something

rasa bersalah
I feel bad about forgetting to call you.
go from bad to worse

to get into an even worse condition etc than before

bertambah buruk
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

agak baik
’Is she a good swimmer?’ ’She’s not bad.’
too bad

unfortunate

sayang sekali
It’s too bad that he couldn’t get a ticket for the concert.

(Übersetzung von “bad” aus dem PASSWORD English–Malaysian Dictionary © 2015 K Dictionaries Ltd)