Traducción de "worse" - Diccionario Inglés-Español


adjective uk /wɜːs/ us /wɜrs/

A2 comparative of bad: more unpleasant, difficult, etc.

The exam was worse than I expected.
We’ll have to stop the game if the rain gets / any worse.

B1 more sick

The drugs aren’t working – he just seems to be getting worse.
adverb uk /wɜːs/ us /wɜrs/

B1 comparative of badly

He was treated much worse than I was.

(Traducción de "worse" del Diccionario de Cambridge Inglés-Español © Cambridge University Press)


adjective /wəːs/

bad to a greater extent

My exam results were bad but his were much worse (than mine).

not so well

I feel worse today than I did last week.

more unpleasant

Waiting for exam results is worse than sitting the exams.
worsen verb

to (cause to) grow worse

The situation has worsened.
none the worse for

not in any way harmed by

que no hace daño, que no perjudica
The child was lost in the supermarket, but fortunately was none the worse for his experience.
the worse for wear

becoming worn out

gastado, viejo
These chairs are the worse for wear.

(Traducción de "worse" del PASSWORD English-Spanish Dictionary © 2014 K Dictionaries Ltd)