adjective – bad

The word ‘bad’ as an adjective can mean poor quality, rotten or naughty. e.g.

  • The film was bad. (poor quality)
  • I’m not eating another strawberry, the last few have been bad. (rotten)
  • Albie has been expelled from school, he keeps being bad. (naughty)

Let’s take a look at some common idioms containing the word ‘bad’.

idioms and phrases with adjectives - bad
adjective idioms (bad) - bad apple
adjective idioms (bad) - bad blood
adjective idioms (bad) - bad blood
adjective idioms (bad) -
adjective idioms (bad) - bad hair day
adjective idioms (bad) - bad hair day
adjective idioms (bad) - bad sport
adjective idioms (bad) - catch someone at a bad time
adjective idioms (bad) - in bad shape
adjective idioms (bad) - my bad
adjective idioms (bad) - my bad