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Definition of “wicked” - Learner’s Dictionary

wicked

adjective     /ˈwɪkɪd/
BAD
extremely bad and morally wrong: a wicked manStrange, suspicious and unnatural
AMUSING
funny or enjoyable in a way that is slightly bad or unkind: a wicked sense of humourHumour and humorousCausing pleasure
GOOD very informal
extremely good: They sell some wicked clothes.Informal words for goodGood, better and bestQuite good, or not very goodExtremely good
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