feel bad (about something)

feel bad (about something)
(to feel upset or ashamed about something: I feel bad about forgetting to telephone you.) mieć wyrzuty sumienia

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  • feel bad (about something) — phrase to feel guilty or unhappy about something Tim felt bad about leaving without saying goodbye. Thesaurus: to be, or to become ashamed or embarrassedsynonym Main entry: bad …   Useful english dictionary

  • make no bones about something — make no bones about (something) to say clearly what you think or feel about something. He made no bones about how bad he thought the food was …   New idioms dictionary

  • bad — [[t]bæ̱d[/t]] ♦ worse, worst 1) ADJ GRADED Something that is bad is unpleasant, harmful, or undesirable. The bad weather conditions prevented the plane from landing... We have been going through a bad time... I ve had a bad day at work... Divorce …   English dictionary

  • bad — I UK [bæd] / US adjective Word forms bad : adjective bad comparative worse UK [wɜː(r)s] / US [wɜrs] superlative worst UK [wɜː(r)st] / US [wɜrst] *** 1) not pleasant or enjoyable The weather was really bad – it rained all week. She was feeling… …   English dictionary

  • bad — bad1 W1S1 [bæd] adj comparative worse [wə:s US wə:rs] superlative worst [wə:st US wə:rst] ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬ 1¦(not good)¦ 2¦(low quality)¦ 3¦(not sensible)¦ 4¦(morally wrong)¦ 5¦(wrong behaviour)¦ 6¦(serious)¦ 7 a bad time/moment etc …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • bad — bad1 [ bæd ] (comparative worse [ wɜrs ] ; superlative worst [ wɜrst ] ) adjective *** ▸ 1 not pleasant or enjoyable ▸ 2 causing problems/harm ▸ 3 of low quality or skill ▸ 4 not appropriate/fair ▸ 5 painful/injured ▸ 6 evil/behaving badly ▸ 7 no …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • bad*/*/*/ — [bæd] (comparative worse [wɜːs] ; superlative worst [wɜːst] ) adj I 1) not nice or enjoyable The weather was really bad – it rained all week.[/ex] I m afraid I have some bad news for you.[/ex] 2) causing major problems, harm, or damage a bad… …   Dictionary for writing and speaking English

  • bad — bad, badly 1. After the verb feel, bad is an adjective complement (meaning either ‘guilty, ashamed’ or ‘unwell’) rather than an adverb: • To be absolutely honest, what I feel really bad about is that I don t feel worse Michael Frayn, 1965. After… …   Modern English usage

  • bad taste in your mouth — If something leaves you with a bad taste in your mouth, you feel there is something wrong or bad about it …   The small dictionary of idiomes

  • feel — feel1 W1S1 [fi:l] v past tense and past participle felt [felt] ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬ 1¦(feeling/emotion)¦ 2¦(notice)¦ 3¦(feel smooth/dry etc)¦ 4¦(feel good/strange/exciting etc)¦ 5¦(have an opinion)¦ 6 feel like (doing) something 7¦(touch)¦ 8 feel around/on/in …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • feel — 1 /fi:l/ verb past tense and past participle felt /felt/ 1 FEEL HAPPY/SICK ETC (linking verb, intransitive) to experience a particular feeling or emotion: You can never tell what he s feeling. | feel fine/sick/hungry/guilty etc: I m feeling a… …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English

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