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badly

 

Definition (britisch)

badly, bad
Macmillan Dictionary

Definition (amerikanisch)

badly, bad
Merriam Webster

Thesaurus, Synonyme, Antonyme

badly, bad
Merriam Webster

Etymology

badly, bad
Online Etymology Dictionary
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schwer

 

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schwer
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bad - badlyLast post 19 Oct 10, 16:35
Ist "bad" auch als Adverb möglich? Und heisst es "He was treated bad / badly by his parents"?11 Replies
bad - badlyLast post 28 May 10, 19:30
das adverb "badly" wird bei Leo z.B. mit "sehr" übersetzt. Demnach ist es wohl nicht das adv…6 Replies
life hurts so bad/badlyLast post 20 Feb 07, 16:41
Hallo miteinander! ich wäre froh, wenn mir jemand bei obigem Satz helfen könnte und ob eine…4 Replies
"doing bad" vs. "doing badly"Last post 15 Nov 10, 22:15
Zum Beispiel in: I'm doing bad(ly) in college. Google findet mehr Ergebnisse für 'doing ba…2 Replies
"owns so bad" vs "owns so badly"Last post 22 Jun 10, 23:14
Woa! that thing owns soooo bad!! or "badly"? Yes I know this is very colloquial but, I st…10 Replies
bad - magelhaftLast post 11 Aug 08, 19:01
Ich hab' grad die Übersetzungen für "bad" anzeigen lassen. Neben "mies" oder "arg" war auch …4 Replies
equally badly - ebenso sehrLast post 16 Mar 07, 19:03
"equally badly" bedeutet doch nur bedingt "ebenso sehr", z.B. im Sinne "I wanted it equally …4 Replies
bad english/bad germanLast post 13 Mar 08, 11:43
One of my friends (eher Bekanne) on his social-networking pages has the quote: If it is em…22 Replies
mispurchase, bad purchase, bad bargain - der Fehlkauf Pl.: die FehlkäufeLast post 11 Sep 14, 09:00
A search of English books from 1600-2008: [a href=https://books.google.com/ngrams/graph?cont…10 Replies
bad phrase - schlechter UmgangstonLast post 30 Aug 06, 11:28
Search-combination of both words "bad" + "phrase" did not return a proper result. From my po…1 Replies
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