Inglés

Traducciones detalladas de worse de inglés a español

worse:


Translation Matrix for worse:

AdjectiveTraducciones relacionadasOther Translations
- worsened
ModifierTraducciones relacionadasOther Translations
más difícil harder; more arduous; more difficult; more trying; worse
más malo worse worst
peor harder; more arduous; more difficult; more trying; worse more nasty; more wretched; nastier; worst; wretcheder

Sinónimos de "worse":


Antónimos de "worse":


Definiciones relacionadas de "worse":

  1. (comparative of `bad') inferior to another in quality or condition or desirability1
    • this road is worse than the first one we took1
    • the road is in worse shape than it was1
    • she was accused of worse things than cheating and lying1
  2. changed for the worse in health or fitness1
    • I feel worse today1
    • her cold is worse1
  3. (comparative of `ill') in a less effective or successful or desirable manner1
    • he did worse on the second exam1
  4. something inferior in quality or condition or effect1
    • for better or for worse1
    • accused of cheating and lying and worse1

Wiktionary: worse

worse
comparative
  1. comparative form of bad

Cross Translation:
FromToVia
worse peor slechter — eng: worse
worse peor pire — comparatif de|mauvais|fr. Plus mauvais, plus défectueux, plus nuisible.

bad:


Translation Matrix for bad:

NounTraducciones relacionadasOther Translations
bajo bass; contrabass; sandbank
equivocado wrong
falso wrong
mal Beelzebuub; Lord of Evil; Lucifer; Prince of Darkness; Satan; ailment; complaint; daemon; demon; devil; disease; disorder; inconvenience; nuisance; trouble; wickedness
malicioso fly boy; shifty character; slick customer; smooth operator; sneak
malo nasty character
sinvergüenza asshole; bastard; brute; cad; criminal; delinquent; evil-doer; hulk; ill-mannered brute; malefactor; nasty piece of work; offender; perpetrator; rascal; rogue; rotter; scoundrel; villain; wretch; wretched fellow
socarrón fly boy; queer chap; queer fellow; rascal; rogue; shifty character; slick customer; slyboots; smooth operator; sneak; wag
traidor betrayer; squeaker; squealer; traitor; traitress; villain
travieso blighter; brat; rascal
vil robber; thief
- badness
AdjectiveTraducciones relacionadasOther Translations
erróneo amiss; bad; false; faulty; inaccurate; incorrect; off; off target; wrong; wrongly erroneously; failed; false; improper; inappropriate; indelicat; mistakenly; out of place; phoney; rude; tactless; through an oversight; uncalled for; unseemly; unsuitable
- big; defective; forged; high-risk; regretful; risky; sorry; speculative; spoiled; spoilt; tough; uncollectible; unfit; unsound
AdverbTraducciones relacionadasOther Translations
- badly
OtherTraducciones relacionadasOther Translations
maligno evil
- amiss; vicious
ModifierTraducciones relacionadasOther Translations
a escondidas bad; behind one's back; falsely; foul; indecent; jarring; low; mean; nasty; offensive; ribald; scurvy; secretly; vicious; vile clandestine; concealed; cunning; false; furtive; low; mean; nasty; on the quiet; on the sly; privately; quietly; secret; secretly; sharp; shrewd; silently; slippery; sly; sneakily; sneaking; softly; stealthily; stealthy; surreptitiously; underhand; unnoticed; unobserved; unperceived; unseen; vicious; vile
andrajoso bad; behind one's back; falsely; foul; indecent; jarring; low; mean; nasty; offensive; ribald; scurvy; secretly; vicious; vile base; cunning; false; low; mean; miserable; nasty; paltry; pedestrian; poor; ragged; shabby; shady; sharp; shrewd; slippery; slutty; sly; tarty; underhand; unsightly; vicious; vile; villainous
bajo bad; behind one's back; falsely; foul; indecent; jarring; low; mean; nasty; offensive; ribald; scurvy; secretly; vicious; vile banal; base; below the belt; blackguardly; coarse; crude; cunning; diminutive; false; gross; inadequate; indigent; inferior; little; low; low-grade; low-hanging; mean; middling; minuscule; nasty; needy; not high; pedestrian; pennyless; poor; roguish; rotten; scoundrelly; shabby; sharp; short; shortish; shrewd; slippery; sly; small; tiny; trite; trivial; under; underhand; undersized; unmannerly; unsavory; unsavoury; vapid; vicious; vile; villainous; vulgar
clandestino bad; behind one's back; falsely; foul; indecent; jarring; low; mean; nasty; offensive; ribald; scurvy; secretly; vicious; vile black; clandestine; concealed; covertly; extrajudicial; furtive; illegal; in secret; secretly; sneakily; sneaking; stealthily; stealthy; unlawful
desagradable bad; behind one's back; falsely; foul; indecent; jarring; low; mean; nasty; offensive; ribald; scurvy; secretly; vicious; vile a pity; aggravating; annoying; awkward; bashful; bold; bothersome; cheerless; chilli; chilly; clammy; cold; cold and damp; critical; cunning; diffident; disagreeable; dismal; embarrassed; exacting; false; grave; ill at ease; impolite; inadequate; inconvenient; insufficient; low; mean; miserable; naseaus; nasty; pitiful; pityful; regretful; repulsive; rotten; serious; sharp; shrewd; shy; slippery; sly; sourly; timid; too bad; troublesome; unappetising; unappetizing; uncivil; uncongenial; underhand; uneasy; unengaging; unfriendly; ungrateful; uninviting; unkind; unpleasant; unsatisfactory; unsavory; unsavoury; unthankful; untrue; unwelcome; vicious; vile; woeful; worrying; wretched
desarrapado bad; behind one's back; falsely; foul; indecent; jarring; low; mean; nasty; offensive; ribald; scurvy; secretly; vicious; vile
despreciable bad; behind one's back; falsely; foul; indecent; jarring; low; mean; nasty; offensive; ribald; scurvy; secretly; vicious; vile blackguardly; cunning; false; low; mean; nasty; roguish; scoundrelly; sharp; shrewd; slippery; sly; underhand; vicious; vile; villainous
disimulado bad; behind one's back; falsely; foul; indecent; jarring; low; mean; nasty; offensive; ribald; scurvy; secretly; vicious; vile behind someone's back; clandestine; concealed; covered; covert; cunning; disguised; false; furtive; hidden; low; malicious; mean; nasty; on the sly; secret; secretive; secretly; sharp; shrewd; shrouded; slippery; sly; sneakily; sneaking; sneaky; stealthily; stealthy; underhand; veiled; vicious; vile
débil abstemious; bad; faint; feeble; frail; poor; slackly; weak abstemious; awkward; bland; clumsy; delicate; dim; doltish; faded; faint; fragile; frail; fumbling; gawky; helpless; impotent; in need of help; indigent; lurid; needy; not very good; owlish; pale; pennyless; poor; ragged; ramshackle; requiring help; rickety; sallow; stiff; tender; unable; uneasy; unhandy; vulnerable; washed out; weak; wobbly; wonky; wooden
en baja forma abstemious; bad; faint; feeble; frail; poor; slackly; weak abstemious; awkward; clumsy; doltish; faint; feeble; frail; fumbling; gawky; not very good; owlish; pale; poor; sick; stiff; uneasy; unhandy; wan; weak; wooden
en falso bad; behind one's back; falsely; foul; indecent; jarring; low; mean; nasty; offensive; ribald; scurvy; secretly; vicious; vile cunning; false; low; mean; nasty; sharp; shrewd; slippery; sly; underhand; vicious; vile
en secreto bad; behind one's back; falsely; foul; indecent; jarring; low; mean; nasty; offensive; ribald; scurvy; secretly; vicious; vile cunning; false; low; mean; nasty; secretly; sharp; shrewd; slippery; sly; stealthily; underhand; vicious; vile
equivocadamente amiss; bad; false; faulty; inaccurate; incorrect; off; off target; wrong; wrongly
equivocado amiss; bad; false; faulty; inaccurate; incorrect; off; off target; wrong; wrongly erroneously; improper; inappropriate; indelicat; mistakenly; out of place; rude; tactless; through an oversight; uncalled for; unseemly; unsuitable
falsamente bad; behind one's back; falsely; foul; indecent; jarring; low; mean; nasty; offensive; ribald; scurvy; secretly; vicious; vile badly; bogus; cunning; double-tongued; evil-minded; faked; false; falsely; feigned; fictitious; low; malicious; mean; nasty; not genuine; shady; sham; sharp; shrewd; slippery; sly; stingy; underhand; vicious; vile; with evil intention
falso amiss; bad; behind one's back; false; falsely; faulty; foul; inaccurate; incorrect; indecent; jarring; low; mean; nasty; off; off target; offensive; ribald; scurvy; secretly; vicious; vile; wrong; wrongly artificial; badly; blackguardly; bogus; catty; copied; cunning; deceitful; demonic; devilish; diabolic; double-tongued; enforced; evil-minded; fake; faked; false; feigned; fictitious; forced; forged; foul; fresh; hypocritical; insincere; low; lying; malicious; mean; mendacious; nasty; not genuine; phoney; pretencious; querulous; roguish; sanctimonious; satanic; scoundrelly; shady; sham; sharp; shrewd; slick; slippery; sly; stingy; strained; unbroached; underhand; unnatural; unopened; unreliable; untouched; untrue; untruthful; unused; vicious; vile; villainous; with evil intention
flojo abstemious; bad; faint; feeble; frail; poor; slackly; weak abstemious; awful; bland; clumsy; dawdling; delicate; dim; distressful; dizy; doltish; dragging; drained; drooping; dully; faded; faint; feeble; flat; fragile; frail; gawky; inactive; indolent; inert; languid; lazy; lifeless; limp; lingering; listless; lurid; meager; meagre; miserable; no energy; not solid; not substantial; not very good; owlish; pale; passive; pathetic; pitiful; poor; puny; ragged; ramshackle; rickety; rotten; sallow; shuffling; sick; skinny; slow; slow of understanding; sluggish; stiff; succulent; tardy; tender; thin; uneasy; unhandy; vulnerable; wan; washed out; washed-out; weak; wobbly; wonky; wooden; wretched
harapiento bad; behind one's back; falsely; foul; indecent; jarring; low; mean; nasty; offensive; ribald; scurvy; secretly; vicious; vile cunning; false; low; mean; miserable; nasty; paltry; pedestrian; poor; ragged; shabby; shady; sharp; shrewd; slippery; sly; underhand; unsightly; vicious; vile
impropio amiss; bad; false; faulty; inaccurate; incorrect; off; off target; wrong; wrongly bad mannered; disgraceful; erroneously; figurative; immoral; impertinent; improper; inappropriate; indecent; indelicat; mistakenly; not suiting; out of place; outrageous; rude; scandalous; shameful; tactless; through an oversight; uncalled for; unseemly; unsuitable
incorrecto amiss; bad; false; faulty; inaccurate; incorrect; off; off target; wrong; wrongly bad mannered; bold; disgraceful; false; impertinent; impolite; improper; inadmissible; inappropriate; indecent; indelicat; indelicate; intolerable; out of place; outrageous; phoney; rude; scandalous; shameful; tactless; uncalled for; uncivil; unfeeling; unfriendly; unkind; unpleasant; unseemly; unsuitable
inexacto amiss; bad; false; faulty; inaccurate; incorrect; off; off target; wrong; wrongly false; inaccurate; inexact; phoney
infame bad; mean abominable; appalling; awful; base; crying shame; crying to heaven; detestable; disgraceful; dishonorable; dishonourable; dismal; distressful; dreadful; immoral; indecent; inglorious; malicious; mean; miserable; nasty; nefarious; outrageous; pathetic; pedestrian; pitiful; rank; rotten; shocking; terrible; vile; villainous; wicked; wretched
mal bad; mean all wrong; angry

Palabras relacionadas con "bad":


Sinónimos de "bad":


Antónimos de "bad":


Definiciones relacionadas de "bad":

  1. feeling physical discomfort or pain (`tough' is occasionally used colloquially for `bad')1
    • my throat feels bad1
    • she felt bad all over1
  2. (of foodstuffs) not in an edible or usable condition1
    • bad meat1
  3. not working properly1
    • a bad telephone connection1
  4. reproduced fraudulently1
    • like a bad penny...1
  5. having undesirable or negative qualities1
    • a bad report card1
    • his sloppy appearance made a bad impression1
    • a bad little boy1
    • clothes in bad shape1
    • a bad cut1
    • bad luck1
    • the news was very bad1
    • the reviews were bad1
    • the pay is bad1
    • it was a bad light for reading1
    • the movie was a bad choice1
  6. characterized by wickedness or immorality1
    • led a very bad life1
  7. feeling or expressing regret or sorrow or a sense of loss over something done or undone1
    • he felt bad about breaking the vase1
  8. capable of harming1
    • bad air1
    • smoking is bad for you1
  9. physically unsound or diseased1
    • has a bad back1
    • a bad heart1
    • bad teeth1
  10. very intense1
    • a bad headache1
    • had a big (or bad) shock1
    • a bad earthquake1
    • a bad storm1
  11. not financially safe or secure1
    • a bad investment1
  12. nonstandard1
    • so-called bad grammar1
  13. below average in quality or performance1
    • a bad chess player1
    • a bad recital1
  14. not capable of being collected1
    • a bad (or uncollectible) debt1
  15. very much; strongly1
    • he wants a bicycle so bad he can taste it1
  16. with great intensity (`bad' is a nonstandard variant for `badly')1
    • it hurts bad1
    • we need water bad1
  17. that which is below standard or expectations as of ethics or decency1
    • take the bad with the good1

Wiktionary: bad

bad
adjective
  1. -
  2. not good

Cross Translation:
FromToVia
bad malo slecht — niet goed
bad miserable; malo; mal beroerd — bijzonder slecht, waardeloos
bad podrido; picado fauligbezogen auf Lebensmittel: verdorben, schlecht
bad malo; fatal; miserable miesabwertend:
bad malo schlecht — qualitativ nicht gut, nicht den Anforderungen oder Erwartungen entsprechend; unter Durchschnitt
bad malo schlimmallgemein: sehr negativ; nicht gut
bad malo; mal mauvaisdéfavorable ; qui cause une impression défavorable.

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