bad

[adj] - not capable of being collected 2. [adj] - below average in quality or performance 3. [adj] - (linguistics 4. [adj] - not financially safe or secure 5. [adj] - very intense 6. [adj] - physically unsound or diseased 7. [adj] - capable of harming 8. [adj] - keenly sorry or regretful 9. [adj] - characteriz
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BAD

British Association of Dermatologists
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Bad

Bad (băd) imperfect of Bid . Bade. [ Obsolete] Dryden.
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Bad

Bad (băd) adjective [ Compar. Worse (wûs); superl. Worst (wûst).] [ Probably from Anglo-Saxon bæddel hermaphrodite; confer bædling effeminate fellow.] Wanting good qualities, whether physical or moral; injurious, hurt
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bad

Wanting good qualities, whether physical or moral; injurious, hurtful, inconvenient, offensive, painful, unfavorable, or defective, either physically or morally; evil; vicious; wicked; the opposite of good; as a bad man; bad conduct; bad habits; bad soil; bad health; bad crop; bad news. ... Sometimes used substantively. 'The strong antipathy of goo
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bad

big adjective very intense; `a bad headache`; `in a big rage`; `had a big (or bad) shock`; `a bad earthquake`; `a bad storm`
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bad

defective adjective not working properly; `a bad telephone connection`; `a defective appliance`
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bad

forged adjective reproduced fraudulently; `like a bad penny...`; `a forged twenty dollar bill`
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bad

immoral adjective characterized by wickedness or immorality; `led a very bad life`
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bad

spoiled adjective (of foodstuffs) not in an edible or usable condition; `bad meat`; `a refrigerator full of spoilt food`
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bad

tough adjective feeling physical discomfort or pain (`tough` is occasionally used colloquially for `bad`); `my throat feels bad`; `she felt bad all over`; `he was feeling tough after a restless night`
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bad

uncollectible adjective not capable of being collected; `a bad (or uncollectible) debt`
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unfit adjective physically unsound or diseased; `has a bad back`; `a bad heart`; `bad teeth`; `an unsound limb`; `unsound teeth`
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bad

adjective capable of harming; `bad habits`; `bad air`; `smoking is bad for you`
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bad

adjective below average in quality or performance; `a bad chess player`; `a bad recital`
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bad

adjective nonstandard; `so-called bad grammar`
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bad

adjective having undesirable or negative qualities; `a bad report card`; `his sloppy appearance made a bad impression`; `a bad little boy`; `clothes in bad shape`; `a bad cut`; `bad luck`; `the news was very bad`; `the reviews were bad`; `the pay is bad`; `it
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bad

badness noun that which is below standard or expectations as of ethics or decency; `take the bad with the good`
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bad

high-risk adjective not financially safe or secure; `a bad investment`; `high risk investments`; `anything that promises to pay too much can`t help being risky`; `speculative business enterprises`
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Bad

• (superl.) Wanting good qualities, whether physical or moral; injurious, hurtful, inconvenient, offensive, painful, unfavorable, or defective, either physically or morally; evil; vicious; wicked; -- the opposite of good; as, a bad man; bad conduct; bad habits; bad soil; bad health; bad crop; bad news. • (imp.) Bade. • of BidBad: ...
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bad

(from the article `Arabic literature`) ...(or, some critics claimed, the extreme) manifestation of a trend in poetic creativity toward elaboration in imagery and diction that was subsumed ... ...existing trends. Following the works of al-Ji, one strand in Arabic prose style, influenced by the same aesthetic principles as had driven the ...
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Bad

Bad is Jamaican slang for good; excellent.
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Bad

[2007 film] bAd is a 2007 drama film directed and written by Vincenzo Giammanco about a young boy who is dyslexic. John Reed (Remy Thorne) is in the fifth grade and is failing in school as `his teacher thinks that he`s just too lazy to study, and the local bully takes every opportunity to humiliate him.` After the intervention of his mother
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Bad

Bad is Jamaican slang for good; excellent.
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Bad

[u2 single] == Fair use for Born to be Wild == This image, Born to-be wild-steppenwolf-45.jpg, is being linked here; though the picture is subject to copyright, I, (Shocking Blue•talk) feel it is covered by the U. S. fair use laws because: Single cover of `Born to be Wild` by Steppenwolf for use in the article. ...
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