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worse

美 [wɜrs]
英 [wɜː(r)s]
  • adv.更糟;更坏;更严重;更差
  • adj.病情更重;更差的;更糟的;更坏的
  • n.更多的问题;更坏的消息
  • 网络糟糕
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adj.
1.
更差的;更糟的;更坏的of poorer quality or lower standard; less good or more unpleasant
The rooms were awful and the food was worse.
房间很糟糕,吃的更差。
The weather got worse during the day.
日间天气变得更恶劣了。
I've been to far worse places.
我到过糟糕得多的地方。
The interview was much worse than he had expected.
这次面试比他预计的要糟得多。
There's nothing worse than going out in the cold with wet hair.
没有比在大冷天头发湿着外出更糟糕的了。
2.
~ (than sth/doing sth)
更严重的;更严厉的more serious or severe
They were trying to prevent an even worse tragedy.
他们正在设法避免更大的悲剧发生。
The crisis was getting worse and worse .
危机越来越严重了。
Don't tell her that─you'll only make things worse .
别把这事告诉她,你只会火上浇油。
Never mind─it could be worse(= although the situation is bad, it is not as bad as it might have been) .
没关系,原本可能还要更糟。
3.
[nbn]
病情更重;健康恶化;更不愉快more ill/sick or unhappy
If he gets any worse we'll call the doctor.
要是他的病情恶化,我们就请医生。
He told her she'd let them down and she felt worse than ever .
他对她说,她让他们失望了,于是她难过极了。
IDM
come off worse
(战斗、比赛等)失败,输得更惨to lose a fight, competition, etc. or suffer more compared with others
go from bad to worse
每况愈下;越来越糟to get even worse
I shall have to miss the party, worse luck!
我参加不了这次聚会了,真倒霉!
worse luck!
(informal)
(表示失望)倒霉,不幸,可惜used to show that you are disappointed about sth
I shall have to miss the party, worse luck!
我参加不了这次聚会了,真倒霉!
adv.
1.
~ (than sth)
更坏;更差;更糟less well
I didn't do it very well, but, if anything, he did it worse than I did.
我干得不太好,但其实他干得比我还糟。
2.
~ (than sth)
更严重;更厉害more seriously or severely
It's raining worse than ever.
雨下得比以往都大。
3.
~ (than sth)
更糟的是;更倒霉的是used to introduce a statement about sth that is more serious or unpleasant than things already mentioned
She'd lost her job. Even worse, she'd lost her house and her children, too.
她丢了工作。更倒霉的是,她还失去了房子和孩子。
IDM
The increase in taxes means that we'll be £30 a month worse off than before.
税收的增加意味着我们将比以前每月少挣 30 英镑。
be worse off (than sb/sth)
(比以前或其他人)更穷,更不愉快,更差to be poorer, unhappier, etc. than before or than sb else
The increase in taxes means that we'll be £30 a month worse off than before.
税收的增加意味着我们将比以前每月少挣 30 英镑。
If you want a safe investment, you could do a lot worse than put your money in a building society.
你要想投资而不冒风险,倒不如把钱存到房屋互助协会。
you can/could do worse than do sth
倒不如试做某事;你做某事倒不失可取used to say that you think sth is a good idea
If you want a safe investment, you could do a lot worse than put your money in a building society.
你要想投资而不冒风险,倒不如把钱存到房屋互助协会。
n.
1.
[u]
更多的问题;更坏的消息more problems or bad news
I'm afraid there is worse to come.
恐怕更糟的还在后头呢。
IDM
The kids were none the worse for their adventure.
孩子们没有因历险而受伤。
be none the worse (for sth)
没有受到(…的)不良影响to not be harmed by sth
The kids were none the worse for their adventure.
孩子们没有因历险而受伤。
the worse for wear
用旧的;用坏的in a poor condition because of being used a lot
喝醉的drunk

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