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worse

adjective
 
 
/wɜːs/
LESS GOOD A2 comparative of bad : more unpleasant or difficult than something else that is also bad: The exam was worse than I expected. We'll have to stop the game if the rain gets any worse.Serious and unpleasantNot attractive to look atInformal words for bad
MORE SICK B1 more sick: The drugs aren't working, he just seems to be getting worse.Deteriorating and making worse
be none the worse for sth to not be harmed or damaged by something: He seemed none the worse for the experience.Undamaged, unbroken or in good condition
worse luck UK informal used to show that you are annoyed or unhappy about something: I've got to work on Saturday, worse luck!Sadness and regret
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