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worst

adjective uk   /wɜːst/ us    /wɝːst/
A2 superlative of bad adjective : of the lowest quality, or the most unpleasant, difficult, or severe: That was the worst meal I've ever eaten. "It was the worst moment of my life," she admitted. He is my worst enemy.
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noun [S] uk   /wɜːst/ us    /wɝːst/
B1 the most unpleasant or difficult thing, person, or situation: That was the worst I've seen him play in several years.
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adverb uk   /wɜːst/ us    /wɝːst/
B2 the most badly: Small businesses have been worst hit by the recession. Roads in the Tayside region were worst affected by the snow. The students voted him the school's worst-dressed teacher.worst of all B2 used to emphasize what is worst about a situation: We had no food or light, but worst of all, we had no water.
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verb [T] uk   /wɜːst/ us    /wɝːst/ old-fashioned
to defeat someone in a fight or argument: He was challenged to a fight but was severely worsted.
Traducciones de “worst”
en coreano “bad”의 최상급, 최악의…
en árabe الأسْوأ…
en francés pire…
en turco en kötüsü…
en italiano il peggiore…
en chino (tradicionál) 最差的, 最糟的, 最嚴重的…
en ruso превосходная степень от bad…
en polaco najgorszy zobacz bad…
en español peor…
en portugués o pior…
en alemán schlechtest…
en catalán pitjor…
en japonés “bad” の最上級:一番ひどい…
en chino (simplificado) 最差的, 最糟的, 最严重的…
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