Bedeutung von “bad” im Essential American English Dictionary


adjective us /bæd/ comparative worse, superlative worst

A1 not good or pleasant:

bad news

A2 of low quality and not acceptable:

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 lucky, or not happening in a way that you would like:

It was just bad luck that she heard us.
I’ll call you later if this is a bad time for you.

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

not bad

A2 fairly good:

“How was your sandwich?” “Not bad.”
be bad for someone

A2 to be harmful for someone:

Too much fat is bad for you.
feel bad

B1 to feel guilty:

I felt bad about leaving her by herself.
too bad

used to say that you are sorry about a situation:

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

(Definition von “bad” aus dem Webster's Essential Mini Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)