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adjective,worse,worst;(Slang) bad·der,bad·destfor

not good in any manner or degree.

having a wicked or evil character; morally reprehensible: There is no such thing as a bad boy.

of poor or inferior quality; defective; deficient: a bad diamond; a bad spark plug.

inadequate or below standard; not satisfactory for use: bad heating; Living conditions in some areas are very bad.

inaccurate, incorrect, or faulty: a bad guess.

invalid, unsound, or false: a bad insurance claim; bad judgment.

causing or liable to cause sickness or ill health; injurious or harmful: Too much sugar is bad for your teeth.

suffering from sickness, ill health, pain, or injury; sick; ill: He felt bad from eating the green apples.

not healthy or in good physical condition; diseased, decayed, or physically weakened: A bad heart kept him out of the army.

tainted, spoiled, or rotten, especially to the point of being inedible: The meat is bad because you left it out of the refrigerator too long.

having a disastrous or detrimental effect, result, or tendency; unfavorable: The drought is bad for the farmers. His sloppy appearance made a bad impression.

causing or characterized by discomfort, inconvenience, uneasiness, or annoyance; disagreeable; unpleasant: I had a bad flight to Chicago.

easily provoked to anger; irascible: a bad temper.

cross, irritable, or surly: If I don't have my morning coffee, I'm in a bad mood all day.

more uncomfortable, persistent, painful, or dangerous than usual; severe: a bad attack of asthma.

causing or resulting in disaster or severe damage or destruction: a bad flood.

regretful, contrite, dejected, or upset: He felt bad about having to leave the children all alone.

disobedient, naughty, or misbehaving: If you're bad at school, you'll go to bed without supper.

disreputable or dishonorable: He's getting a bad name from changing jobs so often.

displaying a lack of skill, talent, proficiency, or judgment: a bad painting; Bad drivers cause most of the accidents.

causing distress; unfortunate or unfavorable: I'm afraid I have bad news for you.

not suitable or appropriate; disadvantageous or dangerous: It was a bad day for fishing.

inclement; considered too stormy, hot, cold, etc.: We had a bad winter with a lot of snow.

disagreeable or offensive to the senses: a bad odor.

exhibiting a lack of artistic sensitivity: The room was decorated in bad taste.

not in keeping with a standard of behavior or conduct; coarse: bad manners.

(of a word, speech, or writing)
  1. vulgar, obscene, or blasphemous: bad language.
  2. not properly observing rules or customs of grammar, usage, spelling, etc.; incorrect: He speaks bad English.

unattractive, especially because of a lack of pleasing proportions: She has a bad figure.

(of the complexion) marred by defects; pockmarked or pimply; blemished: bad skin.

not profitable or worth the price paid: The land was a bad buy.

Commerce. deemed uncollectible or irrecoverable and treated as a loss: a bad debt.

ill-spent; wasted: Don't throw good money after bad money.

counterfeit; not genuine: There was a bad ten-dollar bill in with the change.

having the character of a villain; villainous: In the movies the good guys always beat the bad guys.

Sports. failing to land within the in-bounds limits of a court or section of a court; missing the mark; not well aimed.

Slang. outstandingly excellent; first-rate: He's a bad man on drums, and the fans love him.

noun

that which is bad: You have to take the bad with the good.

a bad condition, character, or quality: His health seemed to go from bad to worse.

Usually the bad .(used with a plural verb) evil persons collectively: The bad are always stirring up trouble.

adverbInformal.

badly: He wanted it bad enough to steal it.

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Idioms about bad

    bad off, in poor or distressed condition or circumstances; destitute: His family has been pretty bad off since he lost his job.Also badly off. Compare well-off.

    go to the bad, to deteriorate physically or morally; go to ruin: She wept at seeing her son go to the bad.

    in a bad way, in severe trouble or distress.

    in bad, Informal.
    1. in trouble or distress.
    2. in disfavor: He's in bad with his father-in-law.

    my bad, Slang. my fault! my mistake!

    not bad,
    1. tolerably good; not without merit: The dinner wasn't bad, but I've had better.
    2. not difficult: Once you know geometry, trigonometry isn't bad.
    Also not so bad,not too bad.

    too bad, unfortunate or disappointing: It's too bad that he didn't go to college.

    to the bad, in arrears: He's $ to the bad on his debt.

Origin of bad

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First recorded in –; Middle English badde, bad; origin uncertain; perhaps akin to Old English bæddel “hermaphrodite,” bædling “womanish man”

usage note for bad

The adjective bad meaning “unpleasant, unattractive, unfavorable, spoiled, etc.,” is the usual form to follow such copulative verbs as sound, smell, look, and taste: After the rainstorm the water tasted bad. The coach says the locker room smells bad. After the copulative verb feel, the adjective badly in reference to physical or emotional states is also used and is standard, although bad is more common in formal writing: I feel bad from overeating. She felt badly about her friend's misfortune.
When the adverbial use is required, badly is standard with all verbs: She reacted badly to the criticism.Bad as an adverb appears mainly in informal contexts: I didn't do too bad on the tests. He wants money so bad it hurts. See also badly, good.

historical usage of bad

The etymology of bad is obscure, and the word has no relatives in other languages. The Middle English form badde is not clearly attested before Badde may derive from Old English bæddel, bǽddel “hermaphrodite” and bædling “womanish man.”
Bad off, in standard English now badly off, dates to the first half of the 18th century ( badly off dates to roughly the same time). The colloquialism my bad!, an Americanism, dates from the early s.
Bad in its slang sense “excellent, first-rate” is surprisingly old, first appearing in print in the s. It was then popularized in the s within the jazz scene, and is typically associated with Black English. The slang sense “very tough, formidable” also appeared in the 19th century; it often meant “formidably skilled,” which ties in with the “excellent, first-rate” meaning.

OTHER WORDS FROM bad

badness,noun

Words nearby bad

Bactroban, baculiform, baculine, baculite, baculum, bad, bada-bing, bad actor, Badajoz, Badakhshan, Badalona

Other definitions for bad (2 of 2)


verbArchaic.

a simple past tense of bid1.

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What are other ways to say bad?

The adjective bad is a broad term that can describe things that are not good in any manner, or more pointedly, things or people that have a wicked or evil character. How is bad different from evil, wicked, and ill? Find out on Thesaurus.com.

Words related to bad

poor, dreadful, atrocious, cheap, unacceptable, sad, lousy, crummy, awful, rough, dangerous, unhealthy, wrong, evil, rotten, sour, distressing, harsh, terrible, disastrous

How to use bad in a sentence

  • Finally, even in the worst-case scenario, in which a child does contract Covid, the outcomes of the disease are less severe in younger people than among older adults.

    I’m an epidemiologist and a dad. Here’s why I think schools should reopen.|Benjamin P. Linas|July 9, |Vox

  • To be sure, people basically gambling with money they would be devastated to lose is bad.

    Who gets to be reckless on Wall Street?|Emily Stewart|July 9, |Vox

  • In doing so, the app aims to bring more transparency to how social networks moderate hate speech by showing those who report it what is and isn’t deemed bad enough to be removed.

    Pernod Ricard thinks the Facebook advertiser revolt won’t be enough to curb hate speech online, so it’s developing an app to help|Seb Joseph|July 9, |Digiday

  • What investors do appear to have is conviction that earnings for the second quarter likely won’t be as bad as expected.

    5 theories on why the stock market is up 42% since March—ranked by likelihood|Anne Sraders|July 8, |Fortune

  • Sometimes, much as we hate to admit it, a bad race is simply a bad race.

    The Athlete's Guide to Boosting Iron|Alex Hutchinson|July 8, |Outside Online

  • We need to recover and grow the idea that the proper answer to bad speech is more and better speech.

    How the PC Police Threaten Free Speech|Nick Gillespie|January 9, |DAILY BEAST

  • I gotta say—I think this past year was pretty bad for music.

    Coffee Talk with Fred Armisen: On ‘Portlandia,’ Meeting Obama, and Taylor Swift’s Greatness|Marlow Stern|January 7, |DAILY BEAST

  • Ass-kicking, bad guy-killing Carter is just a future spinster.

    Marvel’s ‘Agent Carter’ Stomps on the Patriarchy|Melissa Leon|January 7, |DAILY BEAST

  • They all immediately dashed out to their car to catch the bad guys.

    Shot Down During the NYPD Slowdown|Michael Daly|January 7, |DAILY BEAST

  • Terrorism is bad news anywhere, but especially rough on Odessa, where the city motto seems to be “make love, not war.”

    Is Putin Turning to Terrorism in Ukraine?|Anna Nemtsova|January 6, |DAILY BEAST

  • The "bad form" of telling a lie to the head-master is a later illustration of the same thing.

    Children's Ways|James Sully

  • The men arrived in very bad condition, and many of them blinded with the salt water which had dashed into their eyes.

    The Philippine Islands, , Volume XX, |Various

  • Their sin began on Holy Thursday, with so little secrecy and so bad an example, that the affair was beginning to leak out.

    The Philippine Islands, , Volume XX, |Various

  • Conditions in the new country had gone from bad to worse, and if the season should experience another drought, the worst was come.

    The Homesteader|Oscar Micheaux

  • If any one has lost his temper, as well as his money, he takes good care not to show it; to do so here would be indeed bad form.

    The Pit Town Coronet, Volume I (of 3)|Charles James Wills

British Dictionary definitions for bad (1 of 2)


adjectiveworseorworst

not good; of poor quality; inadequate; inferiorbad workmanship; bad soil; bad light for reading

(often foll by at)lacking skill or talent; incompetenta bad painter; bad at sports

(often foll by for)harmfulbad air; smoking is bad for you

immoral; evila bad life

naughty; mischievous; disobedienta bad child

rotten; decayed; spoileda bad egg

severe; intensea bad headache

incorrect; wrong; faultybad pronunciation

ill or in pain (esp in the phrase feel bad)

regretful, sorry, or upset (esp in the phrase feel bad about)

unfavourable; distressingbad news; a bad business

offensive; unpleasant; disagreeablebad language; bad temper

not valid or sound; voida bad cheque

not recoverablea bad debt

badderorbaddestslanggood; excellent

go from bad to worseto deteriorate even more

go badto putrefy; spoil

in a bad wayinformal
  1. seriously ill, through sickness or injury
  2. in trouble of any kind

in someone's bad books See book (def. 21)

make the best of a bad jobto manage as well as possible in unfavourable circumstances

not badornot so badinformalpassable; fair; fairly good

not half badinformalvery good

too badinformal(often used dismissively) regrettable

noun

unfortunate or unpleasant events collectively (often in the phrase take the bad with the good)

an immoral or degenerate state (often in the phrase go to the bad)

the debit side of an account£ to the bad

my badUS and Canadianinformalmy fault or mistake

adverb

not standardbadlyto want something bad

Derived forms of bad

baddish, adjectivebadness, noun

Word Origin for bad

C probably from bæd-, as the first element of Old English bǣddel hermaphrodite, bǣdling sodomite

British Dictionary definitions for bad (2 of 2)


verb

a variant of bade

Collins English Dictionary - Complete & Unabridged Digital Edition © William Collins Sons & Co. Ltd. , © HarperCollins Publishers , , , , , , ,

Other Idioms and Phrases with bad


In addition to the idioms beginning with bad

  • bad blood
  • bad egg
  • bad hair day
  • bad luck
  • badly off
  • bad mouth
  • bad name
  • bad news
  • bad off
  • bad sort, a
  • bad taste
  • bad time
  • bad trip

also see:

  • come to an end (bad end)
  • feel bad
  • from bad to worse
  • get off on the wrong foot (to a bad start)
  • give a bad name
  • give bad marks to
  • go bad
  • in a bad mood
  • in a bad way
  • in bad faith
  • in bad with someone
  • in someone's bad graces
  • leave a bad taste in one's mouth
  • make the best of (a bad bargain)
  • not a bad sort
  • not bad
  • poor (bad) taste
  • run of (bad) luck
  • too bad
  • turn up (like a bad penny)
  • with bad grace

The American Heritage® Idioms Dictionary Copyright © , , by Houghton Mifflin Harcourt Publishing Company. Published by Houghton Mifflin Harcourt Publishing Company.

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On January 24, , a user by the name of d0ughb0y uploaded a definition to Urban Dictionary, the popular online lexicon that relies on crowdsourced definitions. Under Donald Trump—who, four days prior, was sworn in as the 45th president of the United States, prompting multiple Women's Marches a day later—he wrote: "The man who got more obese women out to walk on his first day in office than Michelle Obama did in eight years." Since being uploaded, it has received 25, upvotes and is considered the top definition for Donald Trump. It is followed by descriptions that include: "He doesn't like China because they actually have a great wall"; "A Cheeto… a legit Cheeto"; and "What all hispanics refer to as 'el diablo.'" In total, there are definitions for Donald Trump—some hilarious, others so packed with bias you wonder if the president himself actually wrote them, yet none of them are entirely accurate.

Urban Dictionary, now in its 20th year, is a digital repository that contains more than 8 million definitions and famously houses all manner of slang and cultural expressions. Founded by Aaron Peckham in —then a computer science major at Cal Poly—the site became notorious for allowing what sanctioned linguistic gatekeepers, such as the Oxford English Dictionary and Merriam-Webster, would not: a plurality of voice. In interviews, Peckham has said the site began as a joke, as a way to mock Dictionary.com, but it didn't take long before it ballooned into a thriving corpus.

Today, Urban Dictionary averages around 65 million visitors a month, according to data from SimilarWeb, with almost percent of its traffic originating via organic search. You can find definitions for just about anything or anyone: from popular phrases like Hot Girl Summer ("a term used to define girls being unapologetically themselves, having fun, loving yourself, and doing YOU") and In my bag ("the act of being in your own world; focused; being in the zone; on your grind") to musicians like Pete Wentz ("an emo legend. his eyeliner could literally kill a man"); even my name, Jason, has an insane definitions (my favorite one, which I can attest is 1, percent true: "the absolute greatest person alive").

In the beginning, Peckham's project was intended as a corrective. He wanted, in part, to help map the vastness of the human lexicon, in all its slippery, subjective glory (a message on the homepage of the site reads: "Urban Dictionary Is Written By You"). Back then, the most exciting, and sometimes most culture-defining, slang was being coined constantly, in real time. What was needed was an official archive for those evolving styles of communication. "A printed dictionary, which is updated rarely," Peckham said in , "tells you what thoughts are OK to have, what words are OK to say." That sort of one-sided authority did not sit well with him. So he developed a version that ascribed to a less exclusionary tone: local and popular slang, or what linguist Gretchen McCulloch might refer to as "public, informal, unselfconscious language" now had a proper home.

Under Lady Gaga, one top entry describes her as "a very bad joke played on all of us by Tim Burton." For LeBron James, it reads: "To bail out on your team when times get tough."

In time, however, the site began to espouse the worst of the internet—Urban Dictionary became something much uglier than perhaps what Peckham set out to create. It transformed into a harbor for hate speech. By allowing anyone to post definitions (users can up or down vote their favorite ones) Peckham opened the door for the most insidious among us. Racism, homophobia, xenophobia, and sexism currently serve as the basis for some of the most popular definitions on the site. In fact, one of the site's definitions for sexism details it as "a way of life like welfare for black people. now stop bitching and get back to the kitchen." Under Lady Gaga, one top entry describes her as the embodiment of "a very bad joke played on all of us by Tim Burton." For LeBron James, it reads: "To bail out on your team when times get tough."

When I first discovered Urban Dictionary around , I considered it a public good. The internet still carried an air of innocence then; the lion's share of people who roamed chat forums and posted on LiveJournal had yet to adopt the mob instincts of cancel culture; Twitter was years away from warping our consumption habits and Facebook was only a fraction of the giant it is today. I was relatively new to what the internet could offer—its infinite landscapes dazzled my curious teenage mind—and found a strange solace in Urban Dictionary.

My understanding of it hewed to a simple logic. Here was a place where words and phrases that friends, cousins, neighbors, and people I knew used with regularity found resonance and meaning. Before Urban Dictionary, I'd never seen words like hella or jawn defined anywhere other than in conversation. That they were afforded a kind of linguistic reverence was what awed me, what drew me in. The site, it then seemed, was an oasis for all varieties of slang, text speak, and cultural idioms. (Later, as black culture became the principal vortex for which popular culture mined cool, intra-communal expressions like bae, on fleek, and turnt, were increasingly the property of the wider public.) It was a place where entry into the arena did not require language to adhere to the rules of proper grammar. As Mary B. Zeigler and Viktor Osinubi proposed in “Theorizing the Postcoloniality of African American English,”, it is the “cultural elite and their allies who help enforce acceptable codes of linguistic conduct,” which unfairly leverages social customs.

Urban Dictionary's abandonment of that edict afforded it a rebel spirit. Early on, the beauty of the site was its deep insistence on showing how slang is socialized based on a range of factors: community, school, work. How we casually convey meaning is a direct reflection of our geography, our networks, our worldviews. At its best, Urban Dictionary crystallized that proficiency. Slang is often understood as a less serious form of literacy, as deficient or lacking. Urban Dictionary said otherwise. It let the cultivators of the most forward-looking expressions of language speak for themselves. It believed in the splendor of slang that was deemed unceremonious and paltry.

In her new book, Because Internet: Understanding the New Rules of Language, McCulloch puts forward a question: "But what kind of net can you use to capture living language?" She tells the story of German dialectologist Georg Wenker, who mailed postal surveys to teachers and asked them to translate sentences. French linguist Jules Gilliéron later innovated on Wenker's method: He sent a trained worker into the field to oversee the surveys. This practice was known as dialect mapping. The hope was to identify the rich, varied characteristics of a given language: be it speech patterns, specific terminology, or the lifespan of shared vocabulary. For a time, field studies went on like this. Similar to Wikipedia and Genius, Urban Dictionary inverted that approach through crowdsourcing: the people came to it.

Luckily, like language, the internet is stubbornly resistant to stasis. It is constantly reconfiguring and building anew. Today, other digital portals—Twitter, Instagram, gossip blogs like Bossip and The Shade Room, even group texts on our smartphones—function as better incubators of language than Urban Dictionary.

"In the early years of Urban Dictionary we tried to keep certain words out," Peckham once said. "But it was impossible—authors would re-upload definitions, or upload definitions with alternate spellings. Today, I don't think it's the right thing to try to remove offensive words." (Peckham didn't respond to emails seeking comment for this story.) One regular defense he lobbed at critics was that the site, and its cornucopia of definitions, was not meant to be taken at face value. Its goodness and its nastiness, instead, were a snapshot of a collective outlook. If anything, Peckham said, Urban Dictionary tapped into the pulse of our thinking.

But if the radiant array of terminology uploaded to the site was initially meant to function as a possibility of human speech, it is now mostly a repository of vile language. In its current form, Urban Dictionary is a cauldron of explanatory excess and raw prejudice. "The problem for Peckham's bottom line is that derogatory content—not the organic evolution of language in the internet era—may be the site's primary appeal," Clio Chang wrote in The New Republic in , as the site was taking on its present identity.

Luckily, like language, the internet is stubbornly resistant to stasis. It is constantly reconfiguring and building anew. Today, other digital portals—Twitter, Instagram, gossip blogs like Bossip and The Shade Room, even group texts on our smartphones—function as better incubators of language than Urban Dictionary. Consider how Bossip's headline mastery functions as a direct extension of black style—which is to say the site embraces, head on, the syntax and niche vernacular of a small community of people. The endeavor is both an acknowledgement of and a lifeline to a facet of black identity.

That's not to say Urban Dictionary is vacant any good, but its utility, as a window into different communities and local subcultures, as a tool that extends sharp and luminous insight, has been obscured by darker intentions. What began as a joke is no longer funny. Even those who operate on the site understand it for what it's eroded into. The top definition for Urban Dictionary reads: "Supposed to [b]e a user-inputed dictionary for words. However, has become a mindless forum of jokes, view-points, sex, and basically anything but the real definition of a word." Where Oxford and Merriam-Webster erected walls around language, essentially controlling what words and expressions society deemed acceptable, Urban Dictionary, in its genesis, helped to democratize that process. Only the republic eventually ate itself.


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This is the first part of a weeklong series of Breaking Bad-related stories, all leading up to the series finale airing this Sunday. Tomorrow: Breaking Bad Unseen: What You May Have Missed

Here&#;s a question that&#;s been hovering in the Breaking Bad fandom for years, but now worth revisiting as the series&#; finale is almost upon us: What does it actually mean to break bad?

Show creator Vince Gilligan has said (as in the video above) that he had thought it was a commonly used phrase when he decided to use it as a title, not knowing that the expression was a Southern regionalism from the area in Virginia from which he hails. It means &#;to raise hell,&#; he says, as in &#;I was out the other night at the bar&#;and I really broke bad.&#;

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But, while the gist of his definition is pretty widely accepted, Gilligan&#;s use-it-in-a-sentence definition of the phrase is an incomplete accounting of its meanings. In general, &#;breaking bad&#; connotes more violence than &#;raising hell&#; does. A glance at the bevy of definitions at user-sourced Urban Dictionary reveals that different contributors think the words possess a wide variety of nuances: to &#;break bad&#; can mean to &#;go wild,&#; to &#;defy authority&#; and break the law, to be verbally &#;combative, belligerent, or threatening&#; or, followed by the preposition &#;on,&#; to &#;completely dominate or humiliate.&#;

Reference books back up that third meaning seen at Urban Dictionary. The New Partridge Dictionary of Slang and Unconventional English gives a definition of &#;to act in a threatening, menacing manner&#;;American Slang gives a similar definition and traces the phrase to s black usage. Cassell&#;s Dictionary of Slangsays it&#;s African-American slang from the &#;60s that means &#;to become angry or aggressive&#;—and that on s college campuses it could (perhaps in a &#;bad equals good&#; sense?) mean &#;to perform well.&#; The Facts on File Dictionary of American Regionalisms labels the phrase as Southern slang that means &#;to behave in a violent manner for no good reason.&#;

One of the earliest instances of the phrase appearing in the New York Times backs up the definition (to turn violent unnecessarily) and history (black, Southern, s) suggested by those lexicographers. In a excerpt from John Langston Gwaltney&#;s Drylongso, a Self-Portrait of Black America, an oral history of African-American communities; in describing his view of race relations, a black man from rural Missouri told the author that &#;if a white man was to come over here and ask me anything, I wouldn&#;t break bad with him.&#;

But, while that idiom matches the one appearing in many dictionaries, there&#;s an even earlier appearance of the expression with a very different sense to it, suggesting the violence now implied by the phrase came later. In a  overview of goings-on on Wall Street, the writer suggested that &#;the average speculator will not take a position in the highly speculative industrials for over Sunday, but because he can&#;t stay out of the market altogether, gets into the rails at the end of the week in hope of making a successful turn and with confidence that if things &#;break bad&#; over Sunday rails will feel the shock less than the industrials.&#;

That older use of &#;break bad,&#; meaning &#;to go bad,&#; requires little knowledge of regional slang, and it makes enough sense that anyone might come up with or at least understand it. Say, to take an example, one George R. R. Martin of New Jersey and the denizens of Westeros. In A Clash of Kings, the second book in Martin&#;s Song of Ice and Fire series, the people of that fictional land use the phrase several times, as in:

&#;There&#;s few out-and-out traitors, though there&#;s some, even your spider hasn&#;t found them all,&#; Bywater had warned [Tyrion]. &#;But there&#;s hundreds greener than spring grass, men who joined for bread and ale and safety. No man likes to look craven in the sight of his fellows, so they&#;ll fight brave enough at the start, when it&#;s all warhorns and blowing banners. But if the battle looks to be going sour they&#;ll break, and they&#;ll break bad. The first man to throw down his spear and run will have a thousand more trodding on his heels.&#;

Perhaps that link between Game of Thrones and Breaking Bad is a sign: when the latter ends, there will still be plenty of the former, so there&#;s no need for any TV fans to break bad.

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Podcast #267 - Urban Dictionary with Jenna’s Mom

A Jamaican expression made popular by the late dancehall legend Bogle a.k.a. Mr. Wacky.

It is an adjective used to express one's joy or satisfaction towards a particular thing or situation.

It can either be used as part of a sentence or on its own.

In North America, this expression can be compared to such terms as: cool; wicked; crazy; awesome.

"Reggae Sumfest '05 was out & bad!"

Person #1: "Badman, yuh seen dat new dance deh da Wacky Dip?"

Person #2: "Yeah mon! Out & bad!"

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Originally, Urban Dictionary was intended as a dictionary of slang, or cultural words or phrases, not typically found in standard dictionaries, but it is now used to define any word or phrase. That's what this site is . 1. Common Sense Media, a nonprofit organization, earns a small affiliate fee from Amazon or iTunes when you use our links to make a purchase. Some examples include, but are not limited to, "Angry Hitler"[12] and "Russian Candy Cane."[13]. Many of the terms include sexual references -- and there's a whole section featuring user-submitted definitions of the word "sex." [2], As of January 5, , 50% of the site's traffic was mobile and the iPhone app had been downloaded nearly three million times. everyday speech" -- but will reject racist and sexist entries. [21], Community-powered dictionary of slang terms, California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo, Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives, "Virtual smackdowns Cross-border rivalries spill onto the Internet, where even residents have fun tweaking hometowns", "Feds Consulted Urban Dictionary In Threat Case", "Urban Dictionary's Next Phase: Global and Mobile", "Approve new words - 1. [17], At the start of , the dictionary had over seven million definitions, while 2, new entries were being added daily. See more words with the same meaning: criminal, hooligan, gangster, gangsta. For example, the slang term "jack" was used to define the name the defendant used for his team, "the jack boys. See more words with the same meaning: small breasted. However, a Facebook or Gmail account is required to post a new definition. The top definition for Urban Dictionary reads: "Supposed to [b]e Our ratings are based on child development best practices. The site features 10 definitions for the word "violence" -- and several definitions for made-up violent terms, like "violence porn" and "violent f**k.", Many of the terms include sexual references -- and there's a whole section featuring user-submitted definitions of the word "sex.". : a safe estimate. The word geek is a slang term originally used to describe eccentric or non-mainstream people; in current use, the word typically connotes an expert or enthusiast obsessed with a hobby or intellectual pursuit. it will "publish racial and sexual slurs" because "people use slurs in The definitions can be funny for older teens and adults but are very inappropriate for children. For the first five years, the site generated revenue but did not make a profit. Slang City offers a humorous tour of American slang from coast to coast and from colonial times to today. 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The site features 10 definitions for the word "violence" -- and several definitions for made-up violent terms, like "violence porn" and "violent f**k." Sex. Animation and big visuals help preschoolers learn to spell. The site was founded in by Aaron Peckham while he was a freshman computer science major at California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo. Is often used to describe gangstas as well. [18], As of , Urban Dictionary has been used in several court cases to define slang terms not found in standard dictionaries. He's bad news -- out banging with them felons. Kid-friendly definitions make site a great reference. Words like "d**k" and "s**t" appear in definitions and instantly in live chats. the content "is frequently presented in a coarse and direct manner that Editors previously needed a valid email address, but it is no longer required, as three options are provided for new words: "Add It!," "Keep Out!," and "I Can't Decide." Racial and sexual slurs are allowed, racist and sexist entries are not. The Rudiments of Wisdom Cartoon Encyclopedia. What to Watch, Read, and Play While Your Kids Are Stuck Indoors, Common Sense Selections for family entertainment, Check out new Common Sense Selections for games, Teachers: Find the best edtech tools for your classroom with in-depth expert reviews, 5 Ways Video Games Can Help Kids with Special Needs, Which Side of History? We bring you more than 24, real definitions for over 17, slang words and phrases. Originally, Urban Dictionary was intended as a dictionary of slang or cultural words and phrases, not typically found in standard dictionaries, but it is now used to define any word, event, or phrase (including sexually explicit content). Note that this thesaurus is not in any way affiliated with Urban Dictionary. Many parents who are thinking about the usage of electronic cigarettes to help them quit smoking find yourself wondering about the possible e-juice vaporizing health threats that might be present. Many of these words come from urbandictionary.com, which is basically a dictionary of all new slang.Their site is probably the most complete dictionary of modern words, but it's also chock-full of nonsense. Last edited on Jan 05 Words or phrases on Urban Dictionary may have multiple definitions, usage examples, and tags. urate oxidase, uratosis, uraturia, Urawa, urb, urban, Urbana, urban area, urban blues, urban contemporary, Urbandale Dictionary.com Unabridged Based on the Random House Unabridged Dictionary, © Random … See more words with the same meaning: something of poor quality, bad, sucks. See more words with the same meaning: abbreviations (list of). We display the minimum age for which content is developmentally appropriate. 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The official Urban Dictionary API is used to show the hover-definitions. Parents need to know that this online dictionary of slang terms can delve into areas of sex, drugs, and violence. I go on the site and I'm Urban Dictionary is a crowdsourced online dictionary for slang words and phrases, operating under the motto "Define Your World." bad words. Learn about bad words, regional slang, word histories & obscure insults plus features such as quizzes, Bad Baby Names and Slang Picture Dictionaries. Want to help us help them? The top definition for Urban Dictionary reads: "Supposed to [b]e a user-inputed dictionary for words. Language. It may be a bit innapropriot, but, by 10, everyone knows what sex, drugs, alchohal and curses are. It would be bad in the event that you accidentally lose a lot of cash through online casinos. Top Definition. Reject nonsense, inside jokes or anything submitted in capital letters. Is there a difference between talking about discrimination and actually discriminating against people -- and how do you not cross that line? [8], Over a day period in March and April , 67, people wrote 76, new definitions for Urban Dictionary, while 3, volunteer editors were registered. Environment - Somali translation, definition, meaning, synonyms, pronunciation, transcription, antonyms, examples. See more words with the same meaning: woman, women, female. See our. Most entries involve sex, drugs or curse words. poor people = noun people without possessions or wealth (considered as a group) - the urban poor need assistance • Syn: poor • Ant: rich (for: poor ), rich people • Usage Domain: plural , plural form • Hypernyms: people • Hyponyms: homeless , needy noun. discrimination -- which can be a fine line). Common Sense Media's unbiased ratings are created by expert reviewers and aren't influenced by the product's creators or by any of our funders, affiliates, or partners. You will have access to a members only area, conferences, retreats, webinars and a whole host of opportunities to assist you in discovering and living YOUR BEST LIFE. Google has been penalizing this site in its search rankings for years and a Google employee lied about … The suburbs vs. the urbs There's no language filter, and conversations can get heated. "[1] The website was founded in by Aaron Peckham. Vaping HEALTH THREATS – Are ELECTRIC CIGARETTES Causing Serious Health Problems? Even those who operate on the site understand it for what it's eroded into. Submitted by Walter Rader (Editor) from Sacramento, CA, USA on Aug 11 a lesbian. If you chose to provide an email address, it will only be used to contact you about your comment. The Urban Dictionary of 우리카지노 Google has been penalizing this site in its search rankings for years and a Google employee lied about it. A list of the most offensive slang words on The Online Slang Dictionary. How Technology Is Reshaping Democracy and Our Lives. The website was founded in by Aaron Peckham. The Urban Dictionary gets points for encouraging creativity, and some of the tamer terms are funny or feature earnest definitions. We won't share this comment without your permission. Last edited on Jan 18 Swear Word Filter Include Rejected Slang Terms? Keeping Kids Motivated for Online Learning. According to Peckham in January , just under 40% of the site's traffic is international, while the site's audience was predominantly male and aged between 15 and English - Somali Translator. are encouraged to approve terms that document but don't endorse However, while the site might help increase your tween's interest in words, the risk of your child running across some made-up monikers that you won't want repeated is pretty high -- so supervision is recommended. 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I have occasionally use this site when I wonder the *real message* behind popular songs. [16], Urban Dictionary's guidelines list "hate speech, bullying, or any other statements meant to discriminate or incite violence against others" as a reportable offense. . "[9], At the start of , year-old Peckham resided in San Francisco, U.S, and, while he did not reveal exact figures, he informed the media that the site was "stable and growing", and generated enough profit for both him and the site's maintenance. "[19] Urban Dictionary was also used in a District Court complaint where a man posted a threat on a gun exchange Facebook page to "murk that cocksucker". Users also can order mugs, magnets, and other items based on any of the dictionary entries. The most offensive, vulgar, vile slang words (NSFW) | The Online Slang Dictionary. Submitted by Kevin H. from Cedar Rapids, IA, USA on Nov 29 a derogatory term for an African American woman who is perceived as a sellout or traitor to her own race, particularly one who is … Research shows a connection between kids' healthy self-esteem and positive, diverse representations in books, TV shows, and movies. Chronicle Books is an independent publisher offering bestselling books, children's books, stationery, and gifts. The site's usage terms say denied the chance to do harm; in secure custody: a criminal safe … [19], In the United States, some state Departments of Motor Vehicles refer to Urban Dictionary in determining if certain license plates are appropriate or not. 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A way of admitting a mistake, and apologizing for that mistake, without actually apologizing. The best definition I ever read of this, now paraphrased:

"I did something bad, and I recognize that I did something bad, but there is nothing that can be done for it now, and there is technically no reason to apologize for that error, so let's just assume that I won't do it again, get over it, and move on with our lives."

Ruder than apologizing, but with the same meaning: a flippant apology.

"You just spilled your beer on my term paper!!"
"Er my bad."

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1- A polite way of calling a female a notorious thot
2- Used to describe a female who has mastered the art of playing with males emotions and breaking hearts
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1. a series of cadences or sounds commonly misinterpreted by Western people when passively listening to Hindi,Urdu,Tamil or other ethnic South Asian dialects

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1. a derogatory word describing those of South Asian descent

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The act of taking laxatives pre-sex. While doing the dirty with a female, have her start singing Bad, Bad, Leroy Brown by Jim Croce. While singing the chorus, you shit your laxative filled fecal matter all over her face.

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