very bad

very bad(
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A phrase is a group of words commonly used together (e.g once upon a time).
phrase
1. (really bad)
a. muy malo
The food at Di Franco's wasn't just bad, it was very bad.La comida en Di Franco no era simplemente mala, era muy mala.
b. malísimo
I never saw Graham as being a very bad person.Jamás vi a Graham como una persona malísima.
c. fatal
Smoking is very bad for your health.Fumar es fatal para la salud.
2. (very severe)
a. muy fuerte
Jane suffers from very bad stomach pains.Jane sufre dolores de estómago muy fuertes.
b. muy grave
The internal injuries are very bad. There's very little we can do.Las lesiones internas son muy graves. Hay poco que hacer.
3. (very guilty)
a. muy mal
As a manager, I feel very bad about Anthony's dismissal.Como jefe, me siento muy mal por el despido de Anthony.
b. fatal
I really regret what I said. I feel very bad about it.Me arrepiento de veras de lo que dije. Me siento fatal por ello.
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