Translation for 'badly' from English to Russian
SYNO bad | badly | disadvantageously | ...
плохо {adv}badly
ничего {adv} [разг.] [неплохо, сносно]not (too) badly
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Usage Examples English
  • Driving too fast on a curve caused an accident that badly injured Lutze, killed his older daughter Inge and badly injured his younger daughter.
  • The wooden parts of the building were badly affected as a result of the attack.
  • Four carriages were badly damaged and the engine and tender were derailed.
  • The entire crisis also badly affected direct consumption and investment within Japan. The asset price burst also badly affected consumer confidence since a sharp dip reduced household real income.
  • McGregor's forehead became badly swollen around a mosquito bite in Kazakhstan, which required treatment.

  • In consumer equipment, it is usually a sign of a shorted or badly mistuned load, or a badly out-of-bias condition.
  • Begoña del Teso of "El Correo" rated the film 2 out of 5 stars, arguing that it is "badly structured, badly lit, badly created" and pointing out that its makers "could not decide if they wanted to (badly) imitate 'The Exorcist' or 'Carrie'".
  • The city of Majene was particularly badly affected, with the foundations of four out of five of tile brick buildings suffering serious effects.
  • The tornado then continued into rural areas of Rush County, where 15 homes were badly damaged.
  • The following polls have asked people how well they think key figures have handled the coronavirus pandemic: very well, fairly well, fairly badly, very badly, or don't know.

  • Dornan was badly injured on 28 May 1937, after being thrown from the top of an oil tank after an explosion, and thereafter being badly burned, at Pumpherston Oil Works in West Lothian.
  • "It Ended Badly: 13 of the Worst Breakups in History" is a 2015 book written by Jennifer Wright that documents thirteen well-known figures, caesars, queens, kings and philosophers and how their romantic relationships ended badly.
  • During this action the large WW1 constructed observation bunker was also badly damaged by German PAK anti tank gun munitions and the Queen Victoria's Rifles Memorial was so badly damaged it later required reconstruction.
  • The attack was badly handled and casualties were heavy.
  • The public inquiry into the disaster, chaired by Henry Cadogan Rothery, found the Tay Bridge to be "badly designed, badly constructed and badly maintained", with Bouch being "mainly to blame" for the defects in construction and maintenance and "entirely responsible" for the defects in design.

  • While kidnapping, things go badly for the three friends - Prabhu gets hit badly on his forehead, Chandru loses his right leg and Siddesh becomes deaf.
  • Livy states that Tarquinius' household gods were angered by this crime, and determined that a reign begun so badly would also end badly.
  • Bousquet suffered badly. Imagine the break, the career shot to pieces" which shows Mitterrand felt that Bousquet was undeservedly badly treated.
  • is called "badly approximable" if [...] is bounded away from zero.
  • Writing for "Night and Day" in 1937, Graham Greene gave the film a poor review, describing it as "badly directed [...] badly acted".

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