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Chinese (Simplified) translation of “bad”

bad

adjective (UNPLEASANT)
不愉快的
 
 
/bæd/
(worse, worst) unpleasant; causing difficulties or harm
坏的,不好的;令人不悦的
Our holiday was spoiled by bad weather.
我们的假期全被坏天气给破坏了。
We've just had some very bad news.
我们刚刚得到了一些很不好的消息。
I had a very bad night (= did not sleep well) last night.
我昨晚没有睡好。
Watch out - he's in a bad mood (= being unpleasant to everyone).
小心——他心情不好。
She's just a bad loser (= She is unpleasant when she loses).
她这人输不起。
The company has been getting a lot of bad publicity/getting a bad press (= harmful things have been written or said about it) recently.
该公司最近在媒体上的负面新闻很多。
The queues were so bad (= unpleasantly long) that I didn't bother waiting.
排队的人太多,我不想等了。
The company's financial situation is looking rather bad at the moment.
现在公司的财务状况看来很不好。
The damage caused by the storm was nothing like as/nowhere near as bad (= not as serious)as we'd feared it might be.
暴风雨造成的破坏没有我们原来想象的那样可怕。
Breathing in other people's cigarette smoke is bad for you (= has a harmful effect on your health).
吸二手烟对身体有害。
This is rather a bad (= not convenient or suitable) time for me to talk. Can I call you back later?
我现在不方便跟你通话。我过会儿给你回电话好吗?
Serious and unpleasantNot attractive to look atInformal words for bad
not (too) bad informal quite good or satisfactory
还行;很不错
"How are things?" "Not too bad, thanks."
“最近怎么样?”“还行,谢谢。”
Quite good, or not very goodSuitable and acceptable
not bad informal very good
很好
He was best in his age group - not bad, eh?
他是他那个年龄段中最好的——很不错,对吧?
Informal words for goodGood, better and bestQuite good, or not very good
feel bad to feel ashamed and sorry
感到羞愧;感到抱歉;感到难过
Knowing that I hurt her makes me feel really bad.
得知自己伤害了她,我感到很难受。
I feel bad about letting them down.
让他们失望了我感到很难过。
Sadness and regret
go from bad to worse If a situation goes from bad to worse, it was difficult and unpleasant, and is becoming even more so
(情况)变得更糟,恶化
Things have gone from bad to worse.
情况现在变得更糟了。
Deteriorating and making worse
badness
 
 
/ˈbæd.nəs/ noun [U]
the quality of being evil or morally unacceptable
邪恶或道德败坏的本质
There is goodness and badness in everyone.
每个人都有正邪两面性。
Morally wrong and evilDishonest
(Definition of bad adjective (UNPLEASANT) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Simplified) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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