maybe not achieving a satisfactory standard; poor: a negative concert.
Vulgar or obscene: bad language.
Informal Disobedient or freaky: bad kiddies.
Disagreeable, unpleasant, or troubling: a poor piece of development.
undesirable: bad reviews when it comes to play.
Not fresh; rotten or spoiled: bad beef.
Injurious in place; harmful: bad practices.
Not working precisely; flawed: a poor telephone connection.
high in or exhibiting faults or errors: bad sentence structure.
Having no credibility; void: passed bad inspections.
becoming so far behind in repayment regarding be viewed a loss: bad loans.
extreme; extreme: a bad cool.
Being in illness or in discomfort: personally i think bad these days.
Being in poor condition; diseased: bad lung area.
Sorry; regretful: She seems bad about how she managed you.
Slang Very good; great.
Not good; bad; unfavorable.
Seemingly non-appropriate, in manners, etc.
Not suitable or fitting.
Tricky; stressful; unpleasant.
Faulty; perhaps not useful.
Spoiled, rotten, overripe.
Bold and daring.
this sense?) (slang) Fantastic.
Wanting great characteristics, whether physical or ethical; harmful, upsetting, inconvenient, unpleasant, painful, bad, or defective, either actually or morally; wicked; vicious; wicked; -- the opposite of great.
experience or expressing regret or sorrow or a sense of loss over one thing done or undone
having unwanted or bad characteristics
actually unsound or diseased
effective at damaging
(of foodstuffs) not in an edible or functional problem
described as wickedness or immorality
not capable to be gathered
maybe not financially safe or safe
unhealthy in quality or performance
sensation actual vexation or discomfort (`tough' is sporadically used colloquially for `bad')
Evil; sick; vicious; sinful; depraved: placed on people, conduct, personality, influence, etc.: as, a negative man; bad conduct; a poor life; a negative heart; bad influence, etc.
Offensive; disagreeable; problematic; painful; grievous: since, bad treatment; a poor temper; its too bad you had to wait way too long.
upsetting; noxious; having an injurious or bad tendency or effect: with concerning: as, bad atmosphere or bad food; late hours are detrimental to the health; this task will be harmful to your reputation or leads.
Ill; in ill-health; ill; in unsound problem: as, to feel bad; becoming bad with rheumatism; a poor hand or knee.
bad; faulty; useless; bad; of no worth: since, bad coin; bad debts; a bad soil; a bad crop; a bad piece of work; bad wellness.
Incorrect; faulty: because, a bad aim; bad English; a negative pronunciation.
Not valid; not sound: since, a poor claim; a negative plea.
Unfavorable; unfortunate: as, bad news; bad success.
[Bad is the ordinary antithesis of good, in most its senses, whether positively, ‘evil,’ ‘harmful,’ or negatively, ‘not great,’ ‘not satisfactory,’ and whether substantively, ‘being bad,’ or causally, ‘causing damage.’ The sensory faculties encounter one another, the complete application being determined by the framework.]