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bad (BAHD) (adjective)
1. Not good, poor, inferior, below standard; faulty, defective: Most people thought that Kelly was a very bad singer.

Susan mentioned, "Jarrod, your car won't start if the battery is bad."

2. Immoral, unethical, wrong: Lying is a bad thing.
3. Erroneous, wrong, incorrect: Gretchen's bad spelling kept her from becoming a secretary.
bade (BAYD, BAHD) (verb)
To tell, to say, to wish: Delia's friend bade her farewell.

Hal bade his mother goodbye when he left for work.

badly (BAHD lee) (adverb)
1. Poorly, improperly, incorrectly: Elvin did the work very badly.
2. Immorally, unethically, corruptly: The army behaved badly toward the war prisoners.
3. Very much, greatly, intensely: Lorena's tooth hurts badly.

Young Tyson wanted a new bicycle badly.

Mindy bade us good bye after we had a very bad meal. In fact, when Kendrick got home, his stomach was behaving badly and he felt ill the rest of the night.

Units related to: “bad
(Greek: bad, harsh, wrong, evil; incorrect; unpleasant; poor; used most of the time as a prefix)
(Greek: bad, harsh, wrong; ill; hard to do, difficult at; slow of; disordered; impaired, defective)
(Latin: bad, badly, harsh, wrong; ill; evil; abnormal, defective; used primarily as a prefix)
(Anglo-Saxon: bad, harsh, wrong; always a prefix)
(Latin: bad, worst)
(Latin: wickedness, bad, evil deed, crime)