wicked wicked adj. (wick∙ed∙er, wick∙ed∙est) 【HELP】You can also use more wicked and most wicked. • 亦可用 more wicked 和 most wicked。 1. morally bad • 邪恶的;缺德的 【SYN】 evil :
»a wicked deed
»stories about a wicked witch
2. (informal) slightly bad but in a way that is amusing and / or attractive • 淘气的;调皮的;恶作剧的 【SYN】 mischievous :
»a wicked grin
»Jane has a wicked sense of humour.
3. dangerous, harmful or powerful • 危险的;有害的;强大的:
»He has a wicked punch.
»a wicked-looking knife
4. (slang) very good • 极好的;很棒的:
»This songˈs wicked.
wick∙ed∙ly adv.:
»Martin grinned wickedly.
»a wickedly funny comedy
»a wickedly sharp blade
wick∙ed∙ness noun noun the wicked [pl.] • people who are [u]wicked • 恶人;邪恶的人 【IDIOMS】 (thereˈs) no peace / rest for the ˈwicked • (usually humorous) used when sb is complaining that they have a lot of work to do • (工作太多时说)恶人决无平安
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adj. 壞的, 邪惡的, 缺德的, 不道德的, 惡劣的, 刻毒的, 淘氣的

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