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Significado de “worse” - Diccionario Inglés

Significado de "worse" - Diccionario Inglés

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worseadjective

uk   /wɜːs/ us   /wɝːs/
A2 comparative of bad : more unpleasant, difficult, or severe than before or than something else that is also bad: The conditions they're living in are worse than we thought. If the rain gets any worse we'll have to go back. His manners are even worse than his sister's. The heat is much worse in the daytime.
get worse
B1 to become more ill, or to become a more severe condition: My cold seems to be getting worse. If he gets any worse I'll take him to the doctor's.

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worsenoun [U]

uk   /wɜːs/ us   /wɝːs/

worseadverb

uk   /wɜːs/ us   /wɝːs/
B1 comparative of badly : He did worse than he was expecting in the exams. He was treated much worse than I was.

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(Definition of worse from the Cambridge Advanced Learner's Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

Significado de "worse" - Diccionario Inglés Americano

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worseadjective

us   /wɜrs/
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] us   /wɜrs/
"How was the movie?" "I’ve seen worse."
worsen
verb [I/T] us   /ˈwɜr·sən/
[I] The next day his fever went up and his condition worsened.
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worseadverb

us   /wɜrs/
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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