bad adj.

1 not good; serious

VERBS be, look, sound | become, get The weather got very bad later in the day.

ADV. extremely, really, very | enough Things are bad enough without our own guns shelling us. | fairly, pretty, quite, rather John's in a pretty bad mood this morning.

PREP. at He's really bad at maths. | for Smoking is very bad for you.

2 not safe to eat

VERBS be, look, smell, taste The sausages tasted bad. | go, turn This meat has gone bad.

3 guilty/sorry

VERBS feel

ADV. really, very | enough I feel bad enough without you constantly telling me how it was all my fault! | fairly, pretty, quite, rather

PREP. about She felt pretty bad about leaving him.