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worse

adjective /wəːs/
bad to a greater extent peor My exam results were bad but his were much worse (than mine). not so well peor I feel worse today than I did last week. more unpleasant peor Waiting for exam results is worse than sitting the exams. worsen verb to (cause to) grow worse empeorar 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.
(Definition of worse from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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