be in bad, poor, the worst possible, etc. taste Meaning in the Cambridge English Dictionary
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be in bad, poor, the worst possible, etc. taste

C2 to be ​unacceptable in a way that will ​upset or ​angerpeople: He told a ​joke about ​death that I ​thought was in ​poor taste ​considering that Steve's ​father had just ​died.
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