Translation of badness in Spanish:


mala calidad, n.

Pronunciation /ˈbædnəs/ /ˈbadnəs/


  • 1

    (poor quality)
    mala calidad feminine
    pobreza feminine
  • 2

    (of behavior)
    maldad feminine
    • Should we accept that corporate bosses do bad things not because of the badness of their hearts but because they are obliged to?
    • They all featured a strong, silent, bad-good man whose badness metamorphoses into redemptive goodness by the end of the final reel.
    • Instead of a sentence that emphasizes the badness of the offender, they aim to discover, and then reinforce, a sense of worth in their students.
    • The new order of movie bad guys proved their badness by shooting lawmen in the back.
    • People of higher power have always set penalties depending on the degree of badness of the crime.
    • Goodness must be praised in sonnets and lyrical monologues, pointing out that should evil prevail, badness will happen.
    • An implicit appeal to eugenics persuades the reader that the innate badness of the suicidal killer can be known just by looking.
    • Injustice is a special kind of badness, one that necessarily involves wrongdoing.
    • I'm sorry for all the badness I ever did.
    • There is never a desire to blame all the badness on spirits or demons.