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Households are already spending more than they earn and it will only get worse. Times, Sunday Times (2016)It could have been a lot worse. The Sun (2016)They will not say anything that might make a bad situation worse. Times, Sunday Times (2016)And sadly the problem appears to be getting worse. Times, Sunday Times (2017)Women have a tough enough time getting their voices heard and my insensitive comment only made matters worse. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Emotional stress makes the condition worse. The Sun (2016)There were subtle lines on the forehead - just making it all a bit worse! The Sun (2016)I just think things are getting worse for men, who are being judged in a similarly superficial way. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Better, perhaps, to reflect on how much worse it could have been. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Was the uncertainty not making things worse? Times, Sunday Times (2014)What is making matters worse is the global economy is losing its sea legs. Times, Sunday Times (2011)The forecast is much worse this time so it was not worth the risk. Times, Sunday Times (2013)So when does gamesmanship become something worse? Times, Sunday Times (2012)The lives of millions of animals could become a whole lot worse. Times, Sunday Times (2016)You could do worse than get going on a plank challenge. The Sun (2016)You know they make the situation worse. The Sun (2015)We have too much government and all it does is make our lives a little bit worse. The Sun (2009)When doctors they gave me sleeping tablets it made my condition worse. The Sun (2015)She says she understands but this is an added worry and making things worse. The Sun (2014)The pain was getting worse as they tugged and pulled at my nerves. The Sun (2015)The fact she had met her at work parties only made matters worse. The Sun (2013)Just think how much worse it could be. The Sun (2012)So has the idea that you should grab hold of nurse for fear of something worse. Times, Sunday Times (2008)So things could definitely be a lot worse. The Sun (2016)We reckon all that would make a bad situation worse here. The Sun (2014)They will just be a bit worse off for doing so. Times, Sunday Times (2008)The worry is making her condition worse. The Sun (2012)Searching for a new position while in such a funk only made things worse. Christianity Today (2000)The inequality gets worse the higher executives move up the ladder. Times, Sunday Times (2011)And things may well get worse. Times, Sunday Times (2011)Some people find that stress makes heartburn worse as well, so you could get advice from your doctor on stress management. Times, Sunday Times (2010)

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Britisches Englisch: worse /wɜːs/ ADJECTIVE
Worse is the comparative of bad. It means more bad.
  • Amerikanisches Englisch: worse
  • Arabisch: أَسْوَأ
  • Brasilianisches Portugiesisch: pior
  • Chinesisch: 更坏的
  • Kroatisch: gori
  • Tschechisch: horší
  • Dänisch: værre
  • Niederländisch: slechter
  • Europäisches Spanisch: peor
  • Finnisch: huonompi
  • Französisch: pire
  • Deutsch: schlechter
  • Griechisch: χειρότερος
  • Italienisch: peggiore
  • Japanisch: 一層悪い
  • Koreanisch: 더 나쁜
  • Norwegisch: verre
  • Polnisch: gorszy
  • Europäisches Portugiesisch: pior
  • Rumänisch: mai rău
  • Russisch: худший
  • Spanisch: peor
  • Schwedisch: värre
  • Thai: แย่ลง
  • Türkisch: daha kötü
  • Ukrainisch: гірший
  • Vietnamesisch: xấu hơn
Britisches Englisch: worse /wɜːs/ ADVERB
Worse is the comparative of badly. It means more badly.
  • Amerikanisches Englisch: worse
  • Arabisch: بِطَرِيقَةٍ أَسْوَأ
  • Brasilianisches Portugiesisch: pior
  • Chinesisch: 更坏地
  • Kroatisch: gore
  • Tschechisch: hůř
  • Dänisch: værre
  • Niederländisch: slechter
  • Europäisches Spanisch: peor
  • Finnisch: huonommin
  • Französisch: pire
  • Deutsch: schlechter
  • Griechisch: χειρότερα
  • Italienisch: peggio
  • Japanisch: 一層悪く
  • Koreanisch: 더 나쁘게
  • Norwegisch: verre
  • Polnisch: gorzej
  • Europäisches Portugiesisch: pior
  • Rumänisch: mai rău
  • Russisch: хуже
  • Spanisch: peor
  • Schwedisch: värre
  • Thai: แย่กว่า
  • Türkisch: daha kötüsü
  • Ukrainisch: гірше
  • Vietnamesisch: xấu đi


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