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wicked
'wɪkɪd
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English Definition
(形) As an adjective
  1. Intensely or extremely bad or unpleasant in degree or quality.
  2. Highly offensive; arousing aversion or disgust.
  3. Having committed unrighteous acts.
  4. Naughtily or annoyingly playful.
  5. Morally bad in principle or practice.
Hyphenationwick•ed
Part of Speech(形) adjective
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huàibad; spoiled; broken; to break down; (suffix) to the utmost
邪恶xié'èsinister; vicious; wicked; evil
缺德quēdéto be lacking in moral sense; to lack common basic respect for others; lacking in virtue; mischievous; wicked; cruel; mean
刻毒kèdúspiteful; venomous
恶劣èlièvile; nasty; of very poor quality
淘气táoqìnaughty; mischievous
丧德sàngdéwicked; offending morality
可恶的kěwù dewicked
jiānwicked; crafty; traitor; variant of
𡠹zhìcunning; wicked, spoiled; coddled
dǎibad; wicked; evil
玩人丧德wán rén sàngdéto play with others and offend morals; wicked
xīnlamp pith; wick
zhìcunning; wicked, spoiled; coddled
cǎicorrupt; wicked, to hate; to dislike, (same as ) to be jealous and suspicious, cunning; crafty
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