• Noun: that which is below standard or expectations as of ethics or decency; example: "take the bad with the good"
• Adj: having undesirable or negative qualities; examples: "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"
• Adj: very intense; examples: "a bad headache", "in a big rage", "had a big (or bad) shock", "a bad earthquake", "a bad storm"
• Adj: feeling physical discomfort or pain (`tough' is occasionally used colloquially for `bad'); examples: "my throat feels bad", "she felt bad all over", "he was feeling tough after a restless night"
• Adj: (of foodstuffs) not in an edible or usable condition; examples: "bad meat", "a refrigerator full of spoilt food"
• Adj: feeling or expressing regret or sorrow or a sense of loss over something done or undone; examples: "felt regretful over his vanished youth", "regretful over mistakes she had made", "he felt bad about breaking the vase"
• Adj: not capable of being collected; example: "a bad (or uncollectible) debt"
• Adj: below average in quality or performance; examples: "a bad chess player", "a bad recital"
• Adj: nonstandard; example: "so-called bad grammar"
• Adj: not financially safe or secure; examples: "a bad investment", "high risk investments", "anything that promises to pay too much can't help being risky", "speculative business enterprises"
• Adj: physically unsound or diseased; examples: "has a bad back", "a bad heart", "bad teeth", "an unsound limb", "unsound teeth"
• Adj: capable of harming; examples: "bad habits", "bad air", "smoking is bad for you"
• Adj: characterized by wickedness or immorality; example: "led a very bad life"
• Adj: reproduced fraudulently; examples: "like a bad penny...", "a forged twenty dollar bill"
• Adj: not working properly; examples: "a bad telephone connection", "a defective appliance"
• Adv: with great intensity (`bad' is a nonstandard variant for `badly'); examples: "the injury hurt badly", "the buildings were badly shaken", "it hurts bad", "we need water bad"
• Adv: very much; strongly; examples: "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"
You know, the blond guy plays the good guy and I play the bad part, the bad guys. Which is a lot of fun. Playing the bad guy is great. And it's the whole British thing. You know, in so many films the bad guy is British. Gary Oldman makes a living doing that.
A good interpreter can take a piece of bad music and make it sound pretty decent, while a bad interpreter can take good music and make it sound cheap. I can tell that some people have a bad taste, and unlike on the piano, they smear around a lot, that is bad taste.
I've had some tremendous adventures, good and bad. It's part of the novel, and a novel isn't interesting if it doesn't have some good and bad. And you don't know what good is if bad hasn't been a part of your life.
TV does not care about you or what happens to you. It's downright bad for your health now, and that's not a far-out concept. I think watching the TV news is bad for you. It is bad for your physical health and your mental health.
It's a very, very fascinating story for me, cause it's about a man who's been doing bad; bad things. And he's a father of four children in parochial school, he's a lieutenant of detectives, but he's in conflict with himself and with trying to do what's right.
I was very good at sitting. But I just read so much research about how horrible sitting is for you. It's like, it's really bad. It's like Paula-Deen-glazed-bacon-doughnut bad. So I now move around as much as possible.
I agree that it is not just the extremists who harbor bad thoughts or engage in bad acts, but they are usually the source of the polarization and try to keep education and communication of the main stream from moving forward.