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Those taking it daily for more than six months were worst affected. The Sun (2015)He said that it was a terrible injustice that the most vulnerable nations were worst affected. Times, Sunday Times (2009)Ironically, those who applied by the post were worst affected. The Sun (2013)
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British English: worst /wɜːst/ ADJECTIVE
Worst is the superlative of bad. It means most bad.
- American English: worst
- Arabic: الَأسْوَأ
- Brazilian Portuguese: o pior
- Chinese: 最坏的
- Croatian: najgori
- Czech: nejhorší
- Danish: værst
- Dutch: slechtst
- European Spanish: pésimo el peor
- Finnish: pahin
- French: pire
- German: schlechtester
- Greek: χείριστος
- Italian: peggiore
- Japanese: 最悪の
- Korean: 가장 나쁜
- Norwegian: verst
- Polish: najgorszy
- European Portuguese: o pior
- Romanian: cel mai rău
- Russian: наихудший
- Spanish: pésimo
- Swedish: värst
- Thai: เลวที่สุด
- Turkish: en kötü
- Ukrainian: найгірший
- Vietnamese: xấu nhất
British English: worst NOUN
The worst is the most unpleasant or unfavourable thing that could happen or does happen.
Though mine safety has much improved, miners' families still fear the worst.
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