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NOUN   - | bad news [plural but singular in construction]
unverified лоше вести {мн}bad news {sg}
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Translation for 'bad news' from English to Serbian

bad news {sg}
unverified лоше вести {мн}
Usage Examples English
  • There was also bad news for the French from the western front.
  • In their published book "You Might Be a Zombie and Other Bad News", the editors of interpret the series as implying serious problems for Penny.
  • The basic strategy of trading the news is to buy a stock which has just announced good news, or short sell on bad news.
  • Employees tend to be hostile knowing they could be given bad news on their performance.
  • Aboriginal tribes in parts of southeastern Australia, such as the Ngarrindjeri of the Lower Murray River, and the Narrunga People of the Yorke Peninsula, regard the willie wagtail as the bearer of bad news.
  • Bad news continued to arrive for Frederick. James VI of Scotland and I of England refused to support his son-in-law militarily.
  • Sutherland was often given the role of "hatchet man". Bad news invariably came through Sutherland rather than from MacArthur himself.
  • Allen told his nationwide audience that first evening: "This is "Tonight", and I can't think of too much to tell you about it except I want to give you the bad news first: This program is going to go on "forever ..."
  • Further bad news awaited White on his return to England.
  • The comedic aspect of this super-genre often comes from physical humor ("Happy Gilmore -" 1996), character humor ("Caddyshack -" 1980), or the juxtaposition of bad athletes succeeding against the odds ("The Bad News Bears" - 1976).
  • In its early days, the club was uncompetitive on the field and struggled to shake the derisive tags which included "The Cararra Koalas" (in reference to the Gold Coast home and the somewhat tame marsupial) and "The Bad News Bears".
  • Vice President Spiro Agnew used Gresham's law in describing American news media, stating that "Bad news drives out good news", although his argument was closer to that of a race to the bottom for higher ratings rather than over- and under-valuing certain kinds of news.
  • A version is heard during the end credits of the 1978 film "The Bad News Bears Go To Japan". The first verse is sung by Japanese children, later accompanied by American singers.
  • More bad news arrived: the Syrian governor's army had been defeated by the Parthians, and retreated in disarray.
  • Supergirl and Lana visit Lois' apartment to tell her the bad news that her sister Lucy Lane was killed during a battle with Supergirl.
  • The novel features scenes and events, including the discovery of a nearly-dead alien in the desert, who clearly says in English, "I'm sorry, but there is bad news," and the alien's subsequent interrogation and autopsy; the discovery of an artificial geological formation and its subsequent nuclear destruction by a desperate military; and the Earth's eventual destruction by the mutual annihilation of a piece of neutronium and a piece of antineutronium dropped into Earth's core.
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