baddy


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baddy

baddie [ˈbædi] n (British) (= bad guy) (in film, story)méchant m
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The biggest baddy though is the parent who will insist seven hours on Minecraft is enough.
The same story goes for Cyprus, and by playing the card of frozen conflicts, Greece is in fact saying who plays the role of a baddy in the region.
Unfortunately the super baddy kids do seem to be entirely self centered and many adult book buyers may shy away for that reason.
However, a large ice cream and an illuminated sword to wave at the baddy gave him the courage to come back in.
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Then he found that every baddy and wicked witch in the kingdom wanted her for their own.
Even while he was lecturing in economics at Coventry Technical College he still found time to play the odd fool or baddy.