go bad definition

  • verb:
    • Of foods and commodities, to spoil, rot, or elsewhere come to be unusable as a result of age or storage problems.
    • Of you or entity, to stop to be reputable and rather be delinquent, unlawful, or poorly behaved.
    • Of a geographic area, to become unsafe.
    • come to be unfit for usage or use
    • end operating or functioning
    • Of meals and commodities, to ruin, decompose, or else become unusable as a result of age or storage space problems.
    • Of meals and commodities, to spoil, decompose, or else come to be unusable because of age or storage problems.
    • Of you or entity, to cease to be reputable and rather become delinquent, unlawful, or badly behaved.
    • Of someone or entity, to cease to-be reputable and rather become delinquent, criminal, or defectively behaved.
    • Of meals and products, to ruin, rot, or otherwise come to be unusable because of age or storage circumstances.
    • Of foods and products, to ruin, decompose, or otherwise come to be unusable because of age or storage conditions.
    • Of a geographic location, in order to become hazardous.
    • Of a geographic area, to become hazardous.
    • Of an individual or entity, to cease become reputable and alternatively come to be delinquent, unlawful, or badly behaved.
    • Of you or entity, to cease to-be reputable and as an alternative be delinquent, criminal, or defectively behaved.
    • come to be unfit for usage or usage
    • come to be unfit for usage or make use of
    • Of a geographic area, to be unsafe.
    • stop operating or functioning
    • stop operating or operating
    • Of a geographic location, in order to become unsafe.
    • come to be unfit for usage or use
    • become unfit for usage or make use of
    • stop running or working
    • stop running or working

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