bad

  基本词汇  
[bæd]     [bæd]    
  • adj.坏的;不好的;差的;疼痛的;严重的;有害的;腐败的;低劣的;不利的;不舒服的;不健康的
  • n.坏人;坏事
  • adv.非常;不好地
worse worst badness
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bad是什么意思,词典释义与在线翻译:

详尽释义

adj.(形容词)
  1. 坏的,不好的
  2. 严重的,剧烈的
  3. 腐烂的,变质的
  4. 不适合的,不适当的
  5. 邪恶的,不道德的
  6. 拙劣的,不合格的,质量差的
  7. 有害的
  8. 令人不快的
  9. 问题成堆的
n.(名词)
  1. 坏人
  2. 堕落
  3. 亏损
  4. 坏事,不好的东西或情形
  5. 恶劣状态,劣质
  6. 恶,邪恶
  7. 不幸,倒霉
adv.(副词)
  1. 非常,很,极
  2. 笨拙
  3. 坏,不好地,恶劣地,邪恶地
  4. 不正确地
  5. 危害地
  6. 令人不快地

双解释义

adj.(形容词)
  1. 坏的,劣质的; 不合格的,有错的 of poor quality; below an acceptable standard; faulty
  2. 不道德的; 邪恶的 not morally acceptable; wicked
  3. 令人不快的,使人讨厌的 unpleasant; disagreeable
  4. 严重的; 显著的 serious; noticeable
  5. 因变质而不能食用的 (of food) not fit to be eaten because of decay
  6. [P]不健康的,有病的 unhealthy or diseased
  7. 有害于某人的 hurtful
  8. 不适宜的; 困难的 unsuitable; difficult
n.(名词)
  1. [U]坏的事物 that which is wicked, unpleasant, etc.

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英英释义

Noun:
  1. that which is below standard or expectations as of ethics or decency;

    "take the bad with the good"

Adjective:
  1. 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 was a bad light for reading"
    "the movie was a bad choice"

  2. very intense;

    "a bad headache"
    "in a big rage"
    "had a big (or bad) shock"
    "a bad earthquake"
    "a bad storm"

  3. 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"

  4. (of foodstuffs) not in an edible or usable condition;

    "bad meat"
    "a refrigerator full of spoilt food"

  5. feeling or expressing regret or sorrow or a sense of loss over something done or undone;

    "felt regretful over his vanished youth"
    "regretful over mistakes she had made"
    "he felt bad about breaking the vase"

  6. not capable of being collected;

    "a bad (or uncollectible) debt"

  7. below average in quality or performance;

    "a bad chess player"
    "a bad recital"

  8. nonstandard;

    "so-called bad grammar"

  9. 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"

  10. physically unsound or diseased;

    "has a bad back"
    "a bad heart"
    "bad teeth"
    "an unsound limb"
    "unsound teeth"

  11. capable of harming;

    "bad air"
    "smoking is bad for you"

  12. characterized by wickedness or immorality;

    "led a very bad life"

  13. reproduced fraudulently;

    "like a bad penny..."
    "a forged twenty dollar bill"

  14. not working properly;

    "a bad telephone connection"
    "a defective appliance"

Adverb:
  1. with great intensity (`bad' is a nonstandard variant for `badly');

    "the injury hurt badly"
    "the buildings were badly shaken"
    "it hurts bad"
    "we need water bad"

  2. very much; strongly;

    "I wanted it badly enough to work hard for it"
    "the cables had sagged badly"
    "they were badly in need of help"
    "he wants a bicycle so bad he can taste it"

bad的用法和样例:

例句

用作形容词 (adj.)
  1. Smoking is bad for health.
    吸烟对身体有害。
  2. In the recession, our firm went through a bad time.
    我们公司在经济衰退时期历尽艰辛。
  3. He's gone to bad since he made friends with those people.
    他结交那些人后就开始堕落了。
  4. Their travel plan was cancelled because of the bad weather.
    因为天气不好,他们的旅行计划取消了。
  5. His shabby appearance creates a bad impression.
    他那寒酸的样子给人留下不好的印象。
  6. It's a very bad thing to leave things around.
    把东西到处乱扔是很不好的习惯。
  7. Bad eyesight is less common in this part.
    这地区很少有视力差的人。
  8. A bad workman quarrels with his tool.
    手艺差的工人总是抱怨工具不好使。
  9. I felt bad all day.
    我整天觉得不舒服。
  10. She's got a bad headache.
    她头痛得厉害。
  11. Leaving his name off the list was a bad slip-up.
    名单上没有他的名字是个严重的疏忽。
  12. She has been racked with a bad cough.
    她一直为严重的咳嗽所苦。
  13. It's bad to you to read in the sun.
    在阳光下读书是有害的。
  14. Stagflation is bad for stock market valuations.
    滞涨对股票价值是有害的。
  15. In several passages he stressed that bad governments, especially corrupt or repressive ones, could not expect his help.
    在几页文字中,奥巴马强调,管理不善的政府,特别是腐败的或是镇压性的政府是不可能获得他的帮助的。
  16. Pogroms, crusades, bad Popes, and crooked preachers on the Old Time Gospel hour have left a bad taste in many people's mouths.
    大屠杀,十字军东征,腐败的天主教皇,和一些歪曲事实的布道者在旧时期给人们留下了太多的负面影响。
  17. I thought it was a very bad article.
    我以为那是一篇很低劣的文章。
  18. The decadence of morals is bad for a nation.
    道德的堕落对国家是不利的。
  19. Your bad skin will tell against you if you want to be an actress.
    如果你想当演员的话,你粗糙的皮肤对你是不利的。
  20. Bad breath, as well as being unpleasant, can be interpreted by would-be lovers as a sign of health problems.
    口气不清新或让人不舒服会被对方视为身体不健康的标志。
用作名词 (n.)
  1. He was for putting bad men behind bars.
    他赞成将坏人关进监狱。
  2. The bad man will suffer eternal damnation.
    坏人将会受到永远的惩罚。
  3. You must learn to take the bad with the good.
    人必须学会好坏都能承受。
用作副词 (adv.)
  1. That's what I want, and I want it bad.
    这就是我想要的,而且是迫不及待要得到的。
  2. Alison sings bad.
    艾莉森唱得很糟。

常见句型

用作形容词 (adj.)
用作定语 ~+ n.
  1. A bad workman quarrels with his tools.
    拙匠怨器钝。
  2. What bad weather we're having!
    多么讨厌的天气啊!
  3. What a bad drawing!
    多糟的画啊!
  4. Gossip had it that she was a bad girl.
    有流言说她是一个不正经的姑娘。
  5. He leads a bad life.
    他过着邪恶的生活。
  6. That was a bad blunder.
    那是个严重的错误。
  7. That was a bad mistake.
    那是一个大错。
  8. The rain has had a very bad effect on the crops.
    这场雨极其严重地影响了庄稼的生长。
  9. The accused spent a few bad minutes waiting for the jury's decision.
    被告在等待陪审团裁决的几分钟里如坐针毡。
  10. I've got a bad headache.
    我头痛得厉害。
  11. The boy has caught a bad cold.
    男孩患了重感冒。
  12. His father has bad circulation.
    他父亲血液循环不好。
  13. On hearing the bad news, she was in a fever of impatience.
    一听到这个坏消息,她极为暴躁。
  14. Don't eat those bad eggs.
    不要吃那些臭鸡蛋。
  15. That's not a bad idea.
    那个主意倒不错。
用作表语 S+be+~
  1. My liver's very bad.Dreadful pain here.
    我的肝不行了,疼得厉害。
  2. She feels bad today.
    她今天感到不舒服。
S+be+~+ prep .-phrase
  1. I feel bad about what happened.
    我对所发生的事感到遗憾。
  2. She is bad at swimming.
    她不擅长游泳。
  3. Sweets are bad for your teeth.
    糖果对牙齿有害。
  4. Reading in the dark is bad for your eyes.
    在暗的地方读书对眼睛有害。
  5. The plan is bad in several ways.
    这个计划在几个方面都不够好。
  6. Fish soon goes bad in hot weather.
    鱼在热天很快会变坏。
  7. Things are bad with me.
    我的情况不妙。
It is/was+~+to- v
  1. It is bad to steal.
    偷窃是坏事。
S+be+~+that-clause
  1. The fish was so bad that we couldn't eat it.
    那鱼坏了,我们不能吃了。
It is/was+~+(that-)clause
  1. It's too bad you are leaving tomorrow.
    真遗憾,你明天就要离开。
  2. It's too bad she's so ill.
    她病得这样厉害,真是太不幸了。
用作名词 (n.)
  1. She had no bad in her.
    她的心眼实在好。
  2. The good in him was a constant variance with the bad.
    他善良的一面经常和邪恶的一面发生矛盾。

常用短语

用作形容词 (adj.)
bad blood
  1. 恶感 ill feeling

    I'm not surprised they fought each other last night, there has been bad blood between them. 昨晚他们打架我并不惊奇,他们之间的仇恨由来已久。

bad debt
  1. 坏账 money owing that is written off

    My business is in financial trouble because of a series of bad debts. 因为有许多收不回的债款,我的生意陷入了财政困难。

bad egg〔hat, lot〕
  1. 卑鄙小人 sb of bad character〔reputation〕

    I'd advise you not to associate with him, he's bad egg. 我奉劝你不要和他交往,他是一个卑鄙小人。

bad language
  1. 骂人的脏话 swearing; blaspheming

    I will not tolerate bad language in this house. 在这个家里我无法容忍骂人的脏话。

bad light
  1. 看不清的地方 weak light

    The picture was hung in a bad light. 那幅画挂在一处看不大清的地方。

  2. 坏印象 unfavourable reputation

    The report showed the government in a bad light. 该报导说明政府的声誉不佳。

    An accused person's own testimony may put him in a very bad light before the jury. 被告自己的证词可能会使自己在法庭上处于很不利的地位。

come to a bad end
  1. 死于非命; 落得个不好的下场 finish in unpleasant〔criminal〕 circumstances

    He's already been caught shoplifting; that boy will come to a bad end. 那男孩冒充顾客进商店行窃被抓,他将不会有好下场。

go from bad to worse
  1. 越来越坏 deteriorate gradually

    The service in this hotel goes from bad to worse. 这个旅店的服务每况愈下。

in a bad way
  1. 情况不好 in a very poor state

    Mrs. Rose has cancer and is in a bad way. 露丝太太得了癌症,而且很严重。

    The patient eats very little and is in a bad way. 病人吃得很少,情况不妙。

in bad taste
  1. 不美观,俗气 in poor taste

    She dresses in bad taste. 她穿得很俗气。

  2. 不体面,令人难为情 ill-mannered

    What he said was a joke in very bad taste. 他所说的是个很不体面的笑话。

not bad
  1. 不错 comparatively good

    That was not bad for a first attempt. 按初次尝试来说,那就算不错了。

    Have you tried the new restaurant yet?—It's not too bad. 你尝试过这家新饭店没有?——不错。

too bad
  1. 〈口〉可惜 unfortunate

    It's too bad you can't come to the party. 你不能来参加宴会真遗憾。

    It's too bad that the sale of your house has fallen through. 真糟糕,你的卖房一事已泡汤了。

用作名词 (n.)
go to the bad
  1. 变坏,堕落 become completely immoral

    The boy was never in trouble before; he only went to the bad after his father died. 这男孩以前是从不惹事的; 自他父亲死后,他就变坏了。

    I'm sorry to hear that the boy has gone to the bad, turning criminal so young. 这男孩已经堕落下去,这么年轻就成了罪犯,我听了非常难过。

in bad with
  1. 与(某人)关系恶劣 be bad in relationship with sb

    If you get in bad with your boss, you'll have problems. 如果你失宠于老板,就会遇到麻烦。

    In despair over losing his job he fell in bad with companions. 他失业后自暴自弃,混入到一伙坏朋友当中。

take the bad with the good
  1. 好坏都看得开 accept the unwelcome aspects as well as the welcome ones

    One must be willing to take the bad with the good. 人们对好事与坏事都要心甘情愿接受。

词汇搭配

用作形容词 (adj.)
~+名词 动词+~ 副词+~ ~+介词
用作名词 (n.)
介词+~

经典引文

  • Children perished..from bad nourishment.

    出自:T. R. Malthus
  • All ways are lnog over bad roads.

    出自:E. Glasgow
  • Why should people go out to see bad films when they can stay at home and see bad television?

    出自:S. Goldwyn
  • I couldn't do it on the phoneshis hearing's bad.

    出自:K. Laffan

bad的详细讲解:

词语用法

  1. badly用来修饰want,need或require时,指“很”,原来只是在口语中出现,现在文字中也较普遍。

    She needs a new coat badly.
    她很需要一件新的外套。

  2. feel bad同feel badly都表示“身体或精神上感觉不好”,有时指“因和别人感同身受而感觉不好”。feel badly在字面义上还可指“触觉不好”。
adj.(形容词)
  1. bad的基本意思是“坏的,邪恶的,不道德的”,也可作“令人不快的,使人讨厌的”“严重的; 显著的”“有病的”“有害于某人的”“不适宜的; 困难的”等解。
  2. bad在句中可用作定语或表语。
  3. bad和feel, seem, look等词连用,意为“不舒服”。
  4. bad的比较级为worse,最高级为worst。
  5. bad一般不用于否定句中,习语not bad的意思是“不错”。
  6. bad在美国俚语(主要是黑人用语)中可作“顶呱呱的”“挺时髦的”解,此时的比较级为badder,最高级为baddest。
n.(名词)
  1. bad用作名词意思是“坏的事物”,引申可表示“厄运”。是不可数名词。

词义辨析

adj.(形容词)
bad, evil, ill, wicked
这组词的共同意思是“坏”。其区别是:
1.从所指范围上说, ill和bad范围最广,从稍有不利、不良到邪恶均可使用, evil和wicked指“邪恶”,程度较重。
2.从语气上说,从弱到强依次为bad, ill, evil , wicked。
3.evil多用于道德方面, wicked谴责意味最强。例如:
That woman has an evil tongue.那女人有一张惯于恶语中伤的嘴。
It's a wicked waste of money.这样浪费金钱简直是罪恶。
4.ill还可作“有病的,不健康的”解, bad还可作“不幸的,太可惜的”解。例如:
Too bad you couldn't come last night.真可惜,你昨晚没能来。
bad, unpleasant
这两个词都可作“令人不快的”解。其区别在于:bad表示由于品质或状况引起的感情的不愉快或不喜欢; unpleasant仅表示“不愉快的,使不快的”。
bad evil ill poor wicked
这些形容词均含“坏的”之意。
  • bad:bad含义广泛,指任何不好的或不合需要的品质。
  • evil:evil语气比bad强,强调道德上的邪恶不良,含狡猾凶险或危害他人的意味。
  • ill:ill与evil意义接近,但语气弱一些,常指道德或性质方面的不良。
  • poor:poor普通用词,侧重指事物的质量或数量低于标准或不合要求。用于指天气与食品时可与bad通用。
  • wicked:wicked语气比evil强,指居心叵测,任意违反道德标准,有意作恶。

常见错误

adj.(形容词)
  1. 他昨夜睡眠很不好。

    He slept very bad last night.

    He slept very badly last night.

    bad不用作副词,其副词形式为badly。

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