bad 是什么意思

bad的中文意思是: 坏的

bad例句大全

  1. You've been a bad, bad, bad boy .

    你是一个很坏,很坏,很坏的男孩。

  2. Bad taste , harry, bad form!

    太不文雅了,哈里,太不体面了。

  3. Bad driving causes bad accident.

    车子开得不好导致严重事故。

  4. Puking's bad. very , very bad.

    呕吐可不好,非常不好。

  5. Big bad wolf , big bad wolf?

    大野狼,大野狼?

  6. We have a bad, bad mailman.

    我们有个很坏很坏的邮递员。

  7. Normal is a bad, bad plan.

    恢复正常是个很烂的计划。

  8. A bad beginning make s a bad ending.

    一个坏的开始导致一个坏的结局。

  9. A bad end to a bad year .

    糟糕之年的糟糕尾声。

  10. Has a bad back ; a bad heart ; bad teeth ; an unsound limb ; unsound teeth.

    背部不适;生病了的心脏;坏牙;生了病的肢体;不健康的牙齿。

  11. He's bad. he's not bad. no, he's rotten .

    他很坏,不是坏,他烂透了。

  12. There's no bad houses, there's just bad people .

    没有不好的房子,只有不好的人。

  13. They are simply bad spirits and bad points.

    他们简单地将鬼神分不好的和坏的。

  14. Yes, greed is bad, and stupidity is bad, but bad management is worst of all.

    是的,贪婪很糟,愚蠢也很糟,但最糟的是糟糕的管理。

  15. That's bad for you and bad for the cavy.

    认为不好的为您和坏的为豚鼠。

  16. Cause to smell bad ; fill with a bad smell.

    使发出不好的气味;使用不好的气味充满。

  17. The anecdotal evidence is bad, but not that bad.

    传言中的相关证据相当糟糕,但还不算太糟糕。

  18. Quality Policy: Do not import bad Products , not create bad products, not out of bad products.

    品质方针:不导入不良品、不制造不良品、不流出不良品。

  19. Those bad, bad people are going to choose life.

    那些很坏很坏的人会选择生。

  20. This is bad. very , very bad.

    你们疯了么,这太坏了,太糟糕了。

  21. good fortune lies within bad ; bad fortune lurks within good.

    祸兮福所倚,福兮祸所伏。

  22. money cannot make up for bad taste and bad manners.

    金钱并不能弥补粗俗的品味和举止。

  23. I wanted that bad, before I got bad boys.

    《生死时速》。在我拍《坏小子》之前特别想拍。

  24. When I do bad, I feel bad. That's my religion.

    当我做错的事情,心情很糟。这是我人生的信条。

  25. If they've done bad things, then they're a bad person.

    只要做了坏事就是坏人。

  26. It's bad manners and bad for your back.

    别弯腰驼背!这样没礼貌而且对你的背不好。

  27. You're a bad guy. you're with me, you're a bad guy.

    你是坏人,你和我在一起,你就是一个坏人。

  28. That's too bad.

    太糟糕了。

  29. A bad thing has a dual character & good as well as bad.

    坏事有两重性,一重是坏,一重是好。

  30. One had a bad left eye, the other a bad right eye.

    一只左眼不好,另一只右眼不好。

  31. The factory has got a bad name because they make bad Products .

    这家工厂因为制造劣质产品,导致声名狼藉。

  32. Bad luck? I can't afford for my people to have bad luck.

    运气不好?我可承担不起我的手下运气不好。

  33. If your child does something bad – they are not a bad person.

    如果你的孩子做了什么坏事,他不是一个坏小孩。

  34. But that would be bad for them and bad for your company.

    但这对他们和对你的公司都不是好事。

  35. It is bad for China and it is bad for the United States.

    这对中国和美国都不利。

  36. Insulated From bad associations and bad habits like smoking , drinking or game addiction.

    免受不良协会和坏习惯喜欢吸烟,饮酒或游戏成瘾。

  37. It was a bad, bad thing I did, and I'm so Sorry , luv.

    亲爱的,我错了我做了很糟糕的事,非常糟糕。

  38. This is not because he is a bad man or a bad politician.

    这不是因为他是个坏人或者是个糟糕的政治家。

  39. Maybe he is a bad man, or he will be a bad man.

    也许他是个坏男人,或者他将是个坏男人。

  40. They're bad luck totems.

    它们是些霉运图腾。

bad中英翻译结果
出自:柯林斯词典

1
坏的;令人不快的;不合意的;有害的;糟糕的
Something that is bad is unpleasant, harmful, or undesirable.
  1. The bad weather conditions prevented the plane from landing...

    糟糕的天气使飞机无法降落。

  2. We have been going through a bad time...

    我们正经历一段困难时期。

  3. I've had a bad day at work...

    我今天上班诸事不顺。

  4. Divorce is bad for children...

    离婚对孩子不好。

  5. Analysts fear the situation is even worse than the leadership admits.

    分析家担心情况比领导层承认的还要糟。

2
严重的;厉害的;剧烈的
You use bad to indicate that something unpleasant or undesirable is severe or great in degree.
  1. He had a bad accident two years ago and had to give up farming...

    他两年前遇到严重的车祸,不得不放弃务农。

  2. This was a bad case of dangerous driving...

    这是一起严重的危险驾驶案例。

  3. The pain is often so bad she wants to scream...

    剧烈的疼痛常常让她想大声叫喊。

  4. The floods are described as the worst in nearly fifty years.

    这次洪灾据说是近50年来最为严重的。

3
不明智的;错误的;不对的
A bad idea, decision, or method is not sensible or not correct.
  1. Economist Jeffrey Faux says a tax cut is a bad idea...

    经济学家杰弗里·福克斯认为减税是不明智的。

  2. Of course politicians will sometimes make bad decisions...

    政治家当然有时也会作出错误的决定。

  3. That's not a bad way to proceed, just somewhat different...

    以此方法进行并没有错,只是有些与众不同。

  4. The worst thing you can do is underestimate an opponent.

    最严重的错误就是低估对手。

4
不利的;不幸的
If you describe a piece of news, an action, or a sign as bad, you mean that it is unlikely to result in benefit or success.
  1. The closure of the project is bad news for her staff...

    项目终止对她的雇员来说是一个不幸的消息。

  2. It was a bad start in my relationship with Warr...

    我与沃尔的关系开始得不太顺利。

  3. The report couldn't have come at a worse time for the European Commission.

    这份报告发布的时间对欧盟委员会极为不利。

5
不合标准的;劣质的;蹩脚的;不足的
Something that is bad is of an unacceptably low standard, quality, or amount.
  1. She was in rather a bad film about the Mau Mau...

    她出演了一部关于茅茅运动(20世纪50年代肯尼亚基库尤人反抗英国殖民者的民族主义运动)的烂片。

  2. Many old people in Britain are living in bad housing...

    英国有很多老人居住条件恶劣。

  3. The state schools' main problem is that teachers' pay is so bad...

    公立学校的主要问题是教师的薪资太低。

  4. It was absolutely the worst food I have ever had.

    这绝对是我吃过的最糟糕的食物。

6
不擅长的;不善于的
Someone who is bad at doing something is not skilful or successful at it.
  1. He had increased Britain's reputation for being bad at languages...

    他加深了人们对英国人不擅长语言的印象。

  2. He was a bad driver...

    他是一个技术糟糕的司机。

  3. Rose was a poor cook and a worse mother.

    罗丝不太会做饭,更不会当母亲。

7
难以接受的;令人遗憾的
If you say that it is bad that something happens, you mean it is unacceptable, unfortunate, or wrong.
  1. Not being able to hear doesn't seem as bad as not being able to see...

    看不见比听不到更让人难以忍受。

  2. You need at least ten pounds if you go to the cinema nowadays — it's really bad.

    现在看场电影至少要花上10英镑——真是太贵了。

8
(尤表示惊讶)不错的,不坏的,挺好的
You can say that something is not bad to mean that it is quite good or acceptable, especially when you are rather surprised about this.
  1. 'How much is he paying you?' — 'Oh, five thousand.' —'Not bad.'...

    “他给你多少钱?”——“哦,5,000。”——“挺不错嘛。”

  2. 'How are you, mate?' — 'Not bad, mate, how's yourself?'...

    “最近怎么样,老兄?”——“还不错,你呢?”

  3. He's not a bad chap — quite human for an accountant...

    这个家伙人不坏——就会计来说已经很有人情味了。

  4. That's not a bad idea.

    这个主意不错。

9
邪恶的;不道德的
A bad person has morally unacceptable attitudes and behaviour.
  1. I was selling drugs, but I didn't think I was a bad person...

    我贩卖毒品,但我并不觉得自己是个坏人。

  2. He does not think that his beliefs make him any worse than any other man.

    他觉得自己的信仰并不让他比其他人更邪恶。

10
不听话的;调皮的;捣蛋的
A bad child disobeys rules and instructions or does not behave in a polite and correct way.
  1. You are a bad boy for repeating what I told you...

    重复我对你说的话,你真是个捣蛋鬼。

  2. Many parents find it hard to discourage bad behaviour.

    很多父母觉得要孩子循规蹈矩是件很难的事情。

11
易怒的;乖戾的;阴郁的
If you are in a bad mood, you are angry and behave unpleasantly to people.
  1. She is in a bit of a bad mood because she's just given up smoking.

    因为她刚刚戒烟,所以脾气有点大。

12
抱歉的;难过的;内疚的
If you feel bad about something, you feel rather sorry or guilty about it.
  1. You don't have to feel bad about relaxing...

    你不必为放松感到内疚。

  2. I feel bad that he's doing most of the work...

    大部分工作都是他在干,我觉得很过意不去。

  3. Are you trying to make me feel bad?

    你是想让我歉疚吗?

13
受伤的;有病的;虚弱的
If you have a bad back, heart, leg, or eye, it is injured, diseased, or weak.
  1. Alastair has a bad back so we have a hard bed.

    阿拉斯泰尔背部有毛病,所以我们睡硬板床。

14
变质的;腐烂的
Food that has gone bad is not suitable to eat because it has started to decay.
  1. They bought so much beef that some went bad.

    他们买了太多牛肉,有些都变质了。

15
污秽的;咒骂的
Bad language is language that contains offensive words such as swear words.
  1. I don't like to hear bad language in the street...

    我不喜欢在街上听见一些污言秽语。

  2. I said a bad word.

    我说了一句脏话。

16
…真可惜;…真遗憾
If you say that it is too bad that something is the case, you mean you are sorry or sad that it is the case.
  1. It is too bad that Eleanor had to leave so soon...

    埃莉诺不得不这么快就离开,真是太遗憾了。

  2. Too bad he used his intelligence for criminal purposes.

    他把聪明都用在了犯罪上,太可惜了。

17
(表示无法改变,亦不觉得抱歉或同情)算…倒霉
If you say 'too bad', you are indicating that nothing can be done to change the situation, and that you do not feel sorry or sympathetic about this.
  1. Too bad if you missed the bus.

    你没有赶上公交车只能算自己倒霉。

18
境况不佳;处于困境
If someone or something is in a bad way, they are in a bad condition or situation.
  1. The economy is in a bad way...

    经济陷入困境。

  2. 'You look in a bad way,' chuckled Brad.

    “你看起来糟透了,”布拉德笑着说。

19
对…有不好的评价;说…的坏话
If nobody has a bad word to say about you, you are liked or admired by everyone.
  1. She's got beauty, wealth, and fame, and we still can't find anyone with a bad word to say about her.

    她美丽,富有,出名,而且我们还没有发现谁说她不好。

bad用法示例
出自:牛津词典

1
令人不快
unpleasant
2
令人不快的;问题成堆的;坏的
unpleasant; full of problems
3
坏消息;坏天气;噩梦;恶习
bad news/weather/dreams/habits
4
我今天倒霉透了。
I'm having a really bad day.
5
那是她一生中最糟糕的经历。
It was the worst experience of her life.
6
吸烟会导致口臭。
Smoking gives you bad breath.
7
本来情况就够糟的了,偏偏我们自己的大炮又向我们开起火来。
Things are bad enough without our own guns shelling us.
8
劣质
poor quality
9
质量差的;不合格的
of poor quality; below an acceptable standard
10
恶劣的情况;拙劣的驾驶技术
bad conditions/driving
11
不清晰的复印本;劣质饮食
a bad copy/diet
12
我以为那是一篇很低劣的文章。
I thought it was a very bad article.
13
这没我原来所想的那么差。
This isn't as bad as I thought.
14
那个主意不错。
That's not a bad idea.
15
不擅长
not good at sth
16
of a person
17
拙于;不擅;不善于
not able to do sth well or in an acceptable way
18
不称职的教师
a bad teacher
19
你连说谎都不会!
You're a bad liar!
20
他是个输不起的人。
He's a bad loser (= he complains when he loses a game) .
21
她一点都不会保守秘密。
She is so bad at keeping secrets.
22
严重
serious
23
严重的;剧烈的
serious; severe
24
你会被严重晒伤的。
You're heading for a bad attack of sunburn.
25
这婚约是一项大错。
The engagement was a bad mistake.
26
我头痛越来越厉害了。
My headache is getting worse.
27
不合适
not appropriate
28
不适合的;不适当的
not appropriate in a particular situation
29
我知道在这时候要求帮助不合适。
I know that this is a bad time to ask for help.
30
他现在意识到是他作了一个不恰当的决定。
He now realized that it had been a bad decision on his part.
31
邪恶
wicked
32
不道德的;邪恶的
morally unacceptable
33
主人公结果射杀了所有的坏蛋。
The hero gets to shoot all the bad guys.
34
他说我肯定是罪有应得。
He said I must have done something bad to deserve it.
35
儿童
children
36
尤指儿童
especially of children
37
顽皮的;不乖的
not behaving well
38
你调皮了吗?
Have you been a bad boy?
39
有害
harmful
40
有害;招致损害
harmful; causing or likely to cause damage
41
那双鞋会伤她的脚。
Those shoes are bad for her feet.
42
这种天气不利于做买卖。
Weather like this is bad for business.
43
疼痛
painful
44
身体部位
of parts of the body
45
有病的;疼痛的
not healthy; painful
46
我背部疼痛。
I've got a bad back.
47
食物
food
48
变质的;腐烂的
not safe to eat because it has decayed
49
把肉放进冰箱里,免得坏了。
Put the meat in the fridge so it doesn't go bad .
50
脾气;情绪
temper/mood
51
发脾气;坏情绪;恼怒
the state of feeling annoyed or angry
52
那事让我整天再也没了好心情。
It put me in a bad mood for the rest of the day.
53
愧疚;遗憾
guilty/sorry
54
感到愧疚(或遗憾)
to feel guilty or sorry about sth
55
她因离开他而感到歉疚。
She felt bad about leaving him.
56
我干吗要让你难过呢?
Why should I want to make you feel bad?
57
有病;不舒服
ill/sick
58
觉得不舒服;感到有病;面有病容;气色不好
to feel or look ill/sick
59
很抱歉,我觉得很不舒服。
I'm afraid I'm feeling pretty bad.
60
极好
excellent
61
顶呱呱的;没治
good; excellent
62
大多数含 bad 的习语,都可在该等习语中的名词及动词相关词条找到,如 be bad news (for sb / sth) 在词条 news 下。
Most idioms containing bad are at the entries for the nouns and verbs in the idioms, for example be bad news (for sb/sth) is at news .
63
(劝导时说)没有什么不好
used to try to persuade sb to agree that sth is good
64
你会省下五十元钱,这就够好了,对吧?
You'll save fifty dollars, which can't be bad, can it?
65
热恋着;在热恋中
to be very much in love
66
你今天晚上不再和他见面了,是吧?这个星期都约会了五次,你们热恋了!
You're not seeing him again tonight, are you? That's five times this week─you've got it bad!
67
不错;比预料的好
quite good; better than you expected
68
“你怎么样?”“还不错。”
‘How are you?’ ‘Not too bad.’
69
第一次尝试,还算不错。
That wasn't bad for a first attempt.
70
(等于说“倒霉”或“可惜”,实际上并无同情之意)
used to say ‘bad luck’ or ‘it's a shame’ when you do not really mean it
71
如果有时这些决定是错误的,那可是太不幸了。
If sometimes they're the wrong decisions, too bad.
72
遗憾;可惜
a shame; a pity
73
可惜并不是每一天都像今天这么好。
Too bad every day can't be as good as this.
74
令人生气的;恼人的
annoying
75
你来得这么晚实在不像话。
Really, it was too bad of you to be so late.
76
坏人;坏事(物)
bad people, things, or events
77
人生在世总是有苦有甜。
You will always have the bad as well as the good in the world.
78
堕落
to begin behaving in an immoral way
79
我不愿看到你堕落。
I hate to see you going to the bad.
80
是我的错;我错了
used when you are admitting that sth is your fault or that you have made a mistake
81
对不起,我错了。
I'm sorry─my bad.
82
接受人生的甘苦(或事物的好与坏)
to accept the bad aspects of sth as well as the good ones
83
亏损
used to say that sb now has a particular amount less money than they did before
84
这笔买卖使他们亏损了300英镑。
After the sale they were 300 to the bad.
85
很;非常
badly
86
她确实很想得到它。
She wanted it real bad.
87
你伤得重吗?
Are you hurt bad?
88
表示不好或糟糕,除了用bad或very bad外,尽量用更贴切的形容词来描述:
Instead of saying that something is bad or very bad , try to use more precise and interesting adjectives to describe things.
89
令人不适的 / 难闻的 / 令人恶心的气味
an unpleasant /a foul /a disgusting smell
90
糟透的 / 十分恶劣的 / 非常恶劣的天气
appalling / dreadful / severe weather
91
不愉快的 / 可怕的 / 痛苦难忘的经历
an unpleasant /a frightening /a traumatic experience
92
视力差
poor / weak eyesight
93
骇人的 / 严重的 / 可怕的事故
a terrible / serious / horrific accident
94
恶毒的 / 邪恶的 / 道德败坏的人
a wicked /an evil /an immoral person
95
令人尴尬的 / 使人难堪的 / 艰难的处境
an awkward /an embarrassing /a difficult situation
96
我们在艰苦的 / 恶劣的条件下工作。
We were working in difficult / appalling conditions.
97
指身体状况可说我感到不舒服 / 恶心 / 难受极了我感到不(太)舒服。
To refer to your health, you can say: I feel unwell / sick / terrible ; I don’t feel (very) well .
98
在口语中,terrible、horrible、awful和dreadful等词在多数情况下均可表示糟糕。
In conversation, words like terrible , horrible , awful and dreadful can be used in most situations to mean ‘very bad’.
bad英语释义
出自:WordNet

1
that which is below standard or expectations as of ethics or decency
例子:
  1. take the bad with the good

近义词: badness

2
feeling physical discomfort or pain (`tough' is occasionally used colloquially for `bad')
例子:
  1. my throat feels bad
  2. she felt bad all over
  3. he was feeling tough after a restless night

近义词: tough

3
(of foodstuffs) not in an edible or usable condition
例子:
  1. bad meat
  2. a refrigerator full of spoilt food

近义词: spoiled,spoilt

4
not working properly
例子:
  1. a bad telephone connection
  2. a defective appliance

近义词: defective

5
reproduced fraudulently
例子:
  1. like a bad penny...
  2. a forged twenty dollar bill

近义词: forged

6
having undesirable or negative qualities
例子:
  1. a bad report card
  2. his sloppy appearance made a bad impression
  3. a bad little boy
  4. clothes in bad shape
  5. a bad cut
  6. bad luck
  7. the news was very bad
  8. the reviews were bad
  9. the pay is bad
  10. it was a bad light for reading
  11. the movie was a bad choice
7
characterized by wickedness or immorality
例子:
  1. led a very bad life
8
feeling or expressing regret or sorrow or a sense of loss over something done or undone
例子:
  1. felt regretful over his vanished youth
  2. regretful over mistakes she had made
  3. he felt bad about breaking the vase

近义词: regretful,sorry

9
capable of harming
例子:
  1. bad air
  2. smoking is bad for you
10
physically unsound or diseased
例子:
  1. has a bad back
  2. a bad heart
  3. bad teeth
  4. an unsound limb
  5. unsound teeth

近义词: unfit,unsound

11
very intense
例子:
  1. a bad headache
  2. in a big rage
  3. had a big (or bad) shock
  4. a bad earthquake
  5. a bad storm

近义词: big

12
not financially safe or secure
例子:
  1. a bad investment
  2. high risk investments
  3. anything that promises to pay too much can't help being risky
  4. speculative business enterprises

近义词: risky,high-risk,speculative

13
nonstandard
例子:
  1. so-called bad grammar
14
below average in quality or performance
例子:
  1. a bad chess player
  2. a bad recital
15
not capable of being collected
例子:
  1. a bad (or uncollectible) debt

近义词: uncollectible

16
very much;strongly
例子:
  1. I wanted it badly enough to work hard for it
  2. the cables had sagged badly
  3. they were badly in need of help
  4. he wants a bicycle so bad he can taste it

近义词: badly

17
with great intensity (`bad' is a nonstandard variant for `badly')
例子:
  1. the injury hurt badly
  2. the buildings were badly shaken
  3. it hurts bad
  4. we need water bad

近义词: badly