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Translation of "worst" - English-Spanish dictionary

worst

adjective   /wɜːst/
A2 superlative of bad: the most unpleasant, difficult, etc. peor What’s the worst job you’ve ever had?
adverb   /wɜːst/
superlative of badly peor Roads in the north were the worst affected by the snow.
pronoun   /wɜːst/
the worst
B1 the most unpleasant or difficult thing, person, or situation el peor, lo peor I’ve made some mistakes in the past, but this is definitely the worst.
(Definition of worst from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

worst

adjective /wəːst/
bad to the greatest extent peor That is the worst book I have ever read.
do one’s worst
to do the most evil etc thing that one can. hacerlo lo peor posible
get the worst of
to be defeated in (a fight etc). ser derrotado
if the worst comes to the worst
if the worst possible thing happens en el peor de los casos If the worst comes to the worst you can sell your house.
the worst of it is (that)
the most unfortunate etc aspect of the situation is (that) lo peor de todo es (que) The worst of it is that the current economic problems will afftect people for many years to come.
(Definition of worst from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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