- 以不適當的或不能令人滿意的方式 in an inadequate or unsatisfactory manner
- 非常,在很大程度上 very much; to a great extent
to a severe or serious degree;
"fingers so badly frozen they had to be amputated"
"a severely impaired heart"
"is gravely ill"
"was seriously ill"
(`ill' is often used as a combining form) in a poor or improper or unsatisfactory manner; not well;
"he was ill prepared"
"it ill befits a man to betray old friends"
"the car runs badly"
"he performed badly on the exam"
"the team played poorly"
"an ill-conceived plan"
evilly or wickedly;
"treated his parents badly"
"to steal is to act badly"
in a disobedient or naughty way;
"he behaved badly in school"
"he mischievously looked for a chance to embarrass his sister"
"behaved naughtily when they had guests and was sent to his room"
with great intensity (`bad' is a nonstandard variant for `badly');
"the injury hurt badly"
"the buildings were badly shaken"
"it hurts bad"
"we need water bad"
very much; strongly;
"I wanted it badly enough to work hard for it"
"the cables had sagged badly"
"they were badly in need of help"
"he wants a bicycle so bad he can taste it"
without skill or in a displeasing manner;
"she writes badly"
"I think he paints very badly"
in a disadvantageous way; to someone's disadvantage;
"the venture turned out badly for the investors"
"angry that the case was settled disadvantageously for them"
unfavorably or with disapproval;
"tried not to speak ill of the dead"
"thought badly of him for his lack of concern"
with unusual distress or resentment or regret or emotional display;
"they took their defeat badly"
"took her father's death badly"
"conducted himself very badly at the time of the earthquake"
- The firm did badly last year.
- The child behaved badly at the party.
- He was wounded badly.
- She was injured badly in the accident.
- Traffic was badly snarled up near the accident.
- I never dreamt that he would behave so badly.
- She wants the doll badly.
- The bad news has shaken her up pretty badly.
- He judged the present situation badly.
- He was angry to see his son behave badly at the party.
- The police blundered badly by arresting the wrong man.
- The enterprise turned out badly for the investors.
- Don't speak badly of others.
- She sings badly.
- The teaching profession claimed to be badly paid.
- He has behaved very badly to you.
- I shall miss you badly.
- Having six children and no income, the widow was badly situated.
- Henry was badly out of practice.
- The boy badly needs a new bicycle.
- I really need that job more badly than you.
- badly off
貧困的,境況不好的 poor; not wealthy
- be badly off for
需要; 供應不足 be in need of sth; be inadequately supplied with sth
- badly off 貧困
- badly off for 缺乏
- be badly off 貧窮
- play one's cards badly 辦事不高明
- badly-off 窮的
- fare badly 情況不順利,運氣不佳...
- hit someone badly 使某人受到沉重的打擊...
- do badly for 沒有獲得(某物)的充...
- deal badly by someone 待某人壞
- phonograph badly 不上相
- go badly 進行得不順利...
- be badly off for 擁有少量的
- badly detonating 強力爆擊
- badly rigged 不良的安裝
- badly graded sand 級配不佳砂
- badly damaged 極度毀壞的
- speak badly of 說 ... 壞話
- badly bleeding ingot 冒頂鋼錠,冒了頂的鋼...
How goes the day with us?..Badly, I fear.出自：King John , Shakespeare
One of the Indian chiefs was badly wounded.出自： Southey
A mean and badly-furnished apartment.出自： Dickens
So great a painter..would never paint badly enough to deceive.出自： J. Ruskin
Think of the temptation to behave badly when he had us all there helpless.出自： G. B. Shaw
- badly與want, need等動詞或與表示匱乏、需要、不良情況等名詞連用時,等于very much,意思是“很,非常”。這時常位于實義動詞之前，而其比較級和最高級是more badly和most badly。