baddish


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baddish

[ˈbædɪʃ] ADJbastante malo, más bien malo

baddish

adj (inf)ziemlich schlecht
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"It's a baddish business," he added when the butler had gone; "he's our leading man about here, is old Cunningham, and a very decent fellow too.
"Well, we were in a baddish way before he came, I own; but this new crotchet of his is past a joke."
(33) Sue Edney, '"Times be baddish vor the Poor': William Barnes and His Dialect of Disturbance in the Dorset Eclogues," English: The Journal of the English Association 58, no.