badly


badly
плохо наречие:
плохо (poorly, ill, badly, illy, amiss, commonly)
сильно (strong, strongly, heavy, highly, heavily, badly)
очень (very, extremely, highly, much, very much, badly)
дурно (bad, ill, badly, amiss, illy)
нехорошо (bad, badly, awry)
очень сильно (badly, worst)
худо (badly, ill, poorly, illy)
больно (painfully, hard, badly)
болезненно (painfully, badly, oversensitively)
ошибочно (mistakenly, erroneously, falsely, in error, improperly, badly)
имя прилагательное:
больной (sick, ill, sore, diseased, ailing, badly)

Англо-русский синонимический словарь. 2014.

Смотреть что такое "badly" в других словарях:

  • badly — [adv1] inadequately abominably, awkwardly, blunderingly, carelessly, clumsily, crudely, defectively, erroneously, faultily, feebly, haphazardly, imperfectly, incompetently, ineffectively, ineptly, maladroitly, negligently, poorly, shoddily,… …   New thesaurus

  • badly — ► ADVERB (worse, worst) 1) in an unsatisfactory, unacceptable, or incompetent way. 2) severely; seriously. 3) very much. ● badly off Cf. ↑badly off …   English terms dictionary

  • badly — [bad′lē] adv. worse, worst 1. in a bad manner; harmfully, unpleasantly, incorrectly, wickedly, etc. 2. Informal very much; greatly [to want something badly]: Also used informally as an adjective meaning “sorry,” although bad is preferred in… …   English World dictionary

  • Badly — Bad ly, adv. In a bad manner; poorly; not well; unskillfully; imperfectly; unfortunately; grievously; so as to cause harm; disagreeably; seriously. [1913 Webster] Note: Badly is often used colloquially for very much or very greatly, with words… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • badly — c.1300, unluckily; late 14c., wickedly, evilly; poorly, inadequately, from BAD (Cf. bad) + LY (Cf. ly) (2) …   Etymology dictionary

  • badly — [[t]bæ̱dli[/t]] ♦♦♦ worse, worst 1) ADV GRADED: ADV with v If something is done badly or goes badly, it is not very successful or effective. I was angry because I played so badly... The whole project was badly managed... The coalition did worse… …   English dictionary

  • badly — bad|ly [ bædli ] (comparative worse [ wɜrs ] ; superlative worst [ wɜrst ] ) adverb *** 1. ) in a way that is not skillful, effective, or successful: She spoke French so badly I couldn t understand her. a badly organized meeting do badly… …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • badly */*/*/ — UK [ˈbædlɪ] / US adverb Word forms badly : comparative worse UK [wɜː(r)s] / US [wɜrs] superlative worst UK [wɜː(r)st] / US [wɜrst] 1) in a way that is not skilful, effective, or successful She spoke French so badly I couldn t understand her. a… …   English dictionary

  • badly — /bad lee/, adv., worse, worst, adj. adv. 1. in a defective, incorrect, or undesirable way: The car runs badly. 2. in an unsatisfactory, inadequate, or unskilled manner: a vague, badly written letter; He paints badly. 3. unfavorably: His neighbors …   Universalium

  • badly — adverb comparative worsesuperlative worst 1 in an unsatisfactory or unsuccessful way: The company has been very badly managed. | Pearce played pretty badly in yesterday s semi final. | badly made furniture | do badly (=not be successful): Rob did …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • badly — bad|ly W3S2 [ˈbædli] adv comparative worse [wə:s US wə:rs] superlative worst [wə:st US wə:rst] 1.) in an unsatisfactory or unsuccessful way ≠ ↑well ▪ The company has been very badly managed. ▪ The novel was translated badly into English. ▪ badly… …   Dictionary of contemporary English


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