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Definición de “worse” en inglés

worse

adjective  /wɜrs/ us  
more unpleasant, difficult, or severe than before or than something else; comparative ofbad: Annette may be bad at math, but Bill is even worse. If this sore throat gets any worse, I’ll have to see a doctor.
worse
noun [U]  /wɜrs/ us  
"How was the movie?" "I’ve seen worse."
worsen
verb [I/T]  /ˈwɜr·sən/ us  
[I] The next day his fever went up and his condition worsened.
Idioms

worse

adverb  /wɜrs/ us  
comparative ofbadly: The storm grew worse. Walking only made the cough worse.
(Definition of worse from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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