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English definition of “(that's) too bad”

(that's) too bad

I am sorry: "I failed the test." "Oh, that's too bad – can you take it again?" Too bad Too bad is sometimes used to say you do not care: “He says he's sorry and he won't do it again.” “Too bad – he's not getting another chance with me.”
(Definition of (that's) too bad from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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