- adj. 最差的，最坏的；最不利的；效能最低的
- n. 最坏；最坏的时候
- adv. 最坏地；最不利地
- n. (Worst)人名；(英、德)沃斯特
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- worst (adj.)
- Old English wyrresta, from Proto-Germanic *wers-ista- (cognates: Old Saxon wirsista, Old Norse verstr, Old Frisian wersta, Old High German wirsisto), superlative of PIE *wers- (1) "to confuse, mix up" (see war (n.)). Phrase in the worst way (1839) is from American English sense of "most severely." The adverb is Old English wyrst; the noun, "that which is most evil or bad," is from late 14c.
- worst (v.)
- "damage, inflict loss upon," c. 1600, from worst (adj.). Meaning "defeat in argument" is from 1650s. Related: Worsted; worsting.
- 1. The worst of the storm is yet to come.
- 2. This policy, they say, is at best confused and at worst non-existent.
- 3. It was absolutely the worst food I have ever had.
- 4. The worst part of the set-up is the poor instruction manual.
- 5. The worst thing is when you call friends and they've gone out.
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