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wicked

adjective uk   us   /ˈwɪk.ɪd/

wicked adjective (BAD)

C2 morally wrong and bad: It was a wicked thing to do. Of course, in the end, the wicked witch gets killed. slightly immoral or bad for you, but in an attractive way: a wicked grin a wicked sense of humour
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wicked adjective (EXCELLENT)

informal excellent: He's got some wicked trainers.
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