bad

meaning: very much (adverb)

synonyms:heaps,


meaning: with great intensity (`bad' is a nonstandard variant for `badly') (adverb)

example:the injury hurt badly

synonyms:badly,


meaning: feeling physical discomfort or pain (`tough' is occasionally used colloquially for `bad') (adjective)

example:my throat feels bad

synonyms:tough,


meaning: not in an edible or usable condition, in referring to foodstuffs (adjective)

example:The meat was bad.

synonyms:spoilt,


meaning: not working properly (adjective)

example:a bad telephone connection

synonyms:defective,


meaning: reproduced fraudulently (adjective)

example:like a bad penny...

synonyms:forged,


meaning: having undesirable or negative qualities (adjective)

example:a bad report card


meaning: characterized by wickedness or immorality (adjective)

example:led a very bad life


meaning: feeling or expressing regret or sorrow or a sense of loss over something done or undone (adjective)

synonyms:sorry,


meaning: capable of harming (adjective)


meaning: physically unsound or diseased (adjective)

example:has a bad back

synonyms:unsound,


meaning: very intense (adjective)

example:a bad headache

synonyms:big,


meaning: not financially safe or secure (adjective)

example:a bad investment

synonyms:speculative,


meaning: nonstandard (adjective)

example:so-called bad grammar


meaning: below average in quality or performance (adjective)

example:a bad chess player


meaning: not capable of being collected (adjective)

example:a bad (or uncollectible) debt

synonyms:uncollectible,


meaning: that which is below standard or expectations as of ethics or decency (noun)

example:take the bad with the good

synonyms:badness,