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Translation of "badly" - English-Spanish dictionary

badly

adverb   /ˈbæd·li/
A2 not well mal You’re behaving very badly. The team played badly in the first half. Nurses are badly paid (= do not earn much money).
A2 seriously gravemente He was badly injured in the accident.
A2 very much muy, mucho He needs the money very badly.
in an unpleasant way desagradablemente I think they treated her very badly.
(Definition of badly from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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