Expressions - Collocations of the word " badly "

" badly "Collocations - Expressions
badly affect1) Some dogs are much more badly affected than others.

2) The local economy was also badly affected .

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badly beat1) Many detainees were reported to have been badly beaten .

2) Both had been beaten badly and had their throats slit.

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behave badly1) Dennis is the archetypal badly behaved schoolboy.

2) Children who behave badly are rejecting adult values.

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badly burn1) He had survived the crash despite being badly burned .

2) My hands and right arm had been badly burnt .

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badly damage1) An escort carrier was also badly damaged .

2) They are badly damaged by souvenir seekers.

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fare badly1) Concrete block construction fared badly, leaving many modern iconic buildings damaged.

2) In fact, the unemployed might expect to fare rather badly.

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badly hit1) The small market town has been hit very badly.

2) This has badly hit the middle classes.

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badly hurt1) She said rupee depreciation was badly hurting Indian economy .

2) His left arm was covered in blood and hurting badly.

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badly injure1) Chung and another passenger were badly injured .

2) A second officer was badly injured in the attack.

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badly need1) A blueprint for change is badly needed .

2) This is an area where greater transparency is badly needed .

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react badly1) Most enamel paints react badly with foam.

2) A couple of them reacted rather badly.

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badly shake1) Russian move has badly shaken fruit and vegetable exporters here.

2) I was badly shaken by that pact.

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suffer badly1) Both suffered badly during hours of fierce fighting.

2) The film suffered badly that weekend and afterwards quickly disappeared.

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treat badly1) Women were very badly treated in those times.

2) I believe my husband was badly treated .

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badly wound1) They both are badly wounded during the engagement.

2) Over two hundred others were badly wounded .

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badly abuse1) Imagine that you were badly abused repeatedly as a child.

2) Villagers who noticed the children being badly abused complained to the police .

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badly act1) For the most part they were poorly-made and badly acted.

2) badly acted and badly written .

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badly advise1) First they badly advise a club u0026 to save face remove that club, now they can't even organise venues !

2) He also went as far as to accuse Ribéry's former agent, Bruno Heiderscheid, of badly advising the player.

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badly afflict1) The young Hogan was badly afflicted by hooking the golf ball.

2) Wet or damaged timber is the appetising food for the insect but apparently sound wood may be equally badly afflicted.

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badly battered1) But our tent was still holding though badly battered.

2) She had been badly battered about the head.

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badly behave1) Dennis is the archetypal badly behaved schoolboy.

2) There is clearly an unwarranted preoccupation with badly behaving cyclists .

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badly bite1) You may otherwise find yourself being badly bitten by fleas.

2) It had died after being badly bitten by at least two dogs.

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badly bleed1) He then teleports away, badly bleeding.

2) Mays helped the badly bleeding (but not severely injured) Roseboro off the San Francisco field.

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badly blister1) Harper had to drop out of the race with badly blistered feet after completing 80.53 miles.

2) He joined a party of friendly Arabs and returned to Sidi Barrani on 2 July with badly blistered feet.

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badly bring1) France he judges a L'anglaise' 'the women, badly brought up, don't read the Bible, are too fond of dancing, interested in nothing but clothes.

2) He watched the two girls, who, to do them justice, thanked him very nicely, they weren't so badly brought up when you came to think about it, approach the shop by the side door.

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badly broken1) The recovery process is much like a badly broken leg.

2) It is obvious that the inscription is badly broken.

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badly bruise1) The assault left the girl badly bruised.

2) Briggs walked away without a scratch but with badly bruised feet.

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badly charred1) Marc's body was badly charred in the fire.

2) A badly charred map was found in his hand, next to his compass.

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badly chip1) It was badly chipped and covered with rust marks.

2) It is presently badly chipped and marked and looks very dingy.

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badly corroded1) The joint was pretty badly corroded away .

2) The rest of the wreck was badly corroded.

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badly cracked1) Several brick buildings were badly cracked.

2) The engine was badly cracked.

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badly decayed1) The bodies had lain for seven weeks in the pit while the fires were extinguished and were badly decayed.

2) This material will also bond well to stainless steel rods so that badly decayed timber can be drilled, stitched and glued to achieve higher strengths than the original construction.

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badly deformed1) We get the impression that he is badly deformed.

2) He is very poor, badly deformed and desperately in need of help.

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badly dent1) The armor would be left badly dented but still serviceable.

2) It is badly dented, and every single window has been smashed.

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badly design1) This failure was caused by badly designed and badly executed modifications.

2) The Federal attack was badly designed and badly executed.

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badly deteriorate1) The bottom part of this mosaic is badly deteriorated.

2) By the 1960s Yagan's head was badly deteriorated.

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badly disfigure1) Due to his badly disfigured face he always wore a mask.

2) Some bodies were so badly disfigured, you couldn't identify them.

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badly disrupt1) Transport was badly disrupted from West Virginia to southern New Jersey.

2) The distribution of food, never well organised, has been badly disrupted.

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badly draft1) Although he did criticise its guidelines which he said were badly drafted.

2) But, equally, well-intentioned laws that are badly drafted or not readily accessible are also a form of tyranny.

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badly draw1) Much of the work is badly drawn and badly executed.

2) I can only describe it as a very badly drawn eagle on his bicep.

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badly dress1) He had been badly dressed, awful clothes.

2) WHY are so many leading Tories so badly dressed?

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badly equip1) He was badly equipped for the task.

2) The 20,000 soldiers stationed there were badly equipped.

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badly erode1) It measured 1.5 m high and has been badly eroded.

2) Both badly eroded, but are obviously a stylistic set.

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badly execute1) This failure was caused by badly designed and badly executed modifications.

2) The Federal attack was badly designed and badly executed.

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badly fit1) Four wards are particularly badly fitted.

2) I see three badly fitted suits.

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badly flawed1) The law is so badly flawed, it cannot be fixed.

2) The draft's description is badly flawed, but that is not the problem.

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badly frightened1) But he was a badly frightened man.

2) I was badly frightened and my whole body was trembling.

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badly hamper1) He was badly hampered and discouraged by the lack of a studio.

2) The strike badly hampered British troop movements until December 1920 when it was called off.

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badly handicapped1) You won't be badly handicapped by that kind of performance, even in highly competitive company.

2) He won two handicap hurdles last season over this course and has had two races to tune him up again and he is not badly handicapped.

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badly handle1) In the U.S., that research has been badly handled.

2) On another occasion a badly handled communication cost the 25th Division valuable time.

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badly house1) Poor people eat badly in general and suffer all sorts of health problems and are badly housed.

2) The homeless and the badly housed of the capital do not want glossy charters waved under their noses.

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badly infected1) Her lower back and abdomen were badly infected.

2) They'd obviously been badly infected at some time.

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badly informed1) But he was badly informed again and hadn't calculated for the Americans.

2) We are, moreover, certain that his Majesty has been badly informed upon Netherland matters.

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badly injured1) Chung and another passenger were badly injured.

2) A second officer was badly injured in the attack.

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badly lag1) Gold stock valuations had badly lagged the gold price increase, particularly in Australian dollars for local producers.

2) Her returns have badly lagged yours." The client elects to maintain his holdings in Sherman's fund.

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badly light1) Rain and Oliver went back down the badly lit stairs.

2) Many work in terrible places which are cramped, dirty and badly lit.

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badly lit1) Rain and Oliver went back down the badly lit stairs.

2) Many work in terrible places which are cramped, dirty and badly lit.

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badly manage1) Most Islamic countries are weak and badly managed.

2) Unfinished, badly managed product at any rate.

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badly maul1) The 69th, already badly mauled, suffered 60% casualties.

2) badly mauled, the Persians sued for peace.

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badly miscalculate1) However, he and his supporters had badly miscalculated.

2) Unfortunately, the difficulty of mustering the parade had been badly miscalculated and it was behind schedule.

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badly misjudge1) Conversely they could just be badly misjudging their base quantity value.

2) They badly misjudged the reaction of the education community to their patents suits.

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badly mismanage1) Knowles was accused of badly mismanaging the action and faced a court martial in December 1749.

2) That is happening simply because the prison service has been so badly mismanaged that the staff are disaffected.

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badly miss1) They are badly missing Alonso, never mind Ronaldo.

2) John happily jumped first, but badly missed the ball.

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badly mistaken1) Cochems was, in fact, badly mistaken.

2) We would be badly mistaken to consider their problems in military terms alone.

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badly mutilate1) Others were so badly mutilated their remains were unidentifiable.

2) Their search turns up a badly mutilated woman and an eviscerated man.

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badly neglected1) The bottom part of the pyramid has been badly neglected .

2) Animal cruelty investigators find two badly neglected boxers wandering the city streets.

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badly off1) Washington was caught badly off guard when China started restricting supplies .

2) In Shiraz they are very badly off.

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badly organize1) The badly organized Democratic party also supported Greeley.

2) Nevertheless, there was widespread criticism that the relief operation was slow and badly organized.

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badly organized1) The badly organized Democratic party also supported Greeley.

2) Nevertheless, there was widespread criticism that the relief operation was slow and badly organized.

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badly paid1) My impression though is that these musicians were rather badly paid.

2) Meaning, that must be boring and badly paid.

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badly paint1) That is, badly painted or painted in an unnatural way.

2) A large, badly painted portrait of Mayor Donlevy hung over the desk.

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badly park1) He might have been in a rush, with a car badly parked or a taxi ticking.

2) It was as they left the café that Kelly noticed a Lamborghini, bearing the number plate FAY 1, badly parked outside a chemist's shop on the High Street.

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badly play1) Just a handful of badly played notes to have led to all of this.

2) The Munster final against Waterford was a badly played affair, with players being sent off.

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badly polluted1) The Lochrig Burn was badly polluted, however the Annick Water escaped major contamination.

2) That China's air and water are badly polluted following three decades of breakneck growth is not news.

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badly prepare1) It's being badly prepared for everything!

2) The police were in many respects badly prepared for the riot.

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badly print1) With badly printed leaflets full of abstract slogans ?

2) They were badly printed by a local printer, and few read them.

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badly put1) It's such poor material and it's often badly put together.

2) Why on earth would the US if it wanted someone that badly put together a plan that would involve a double extradition?

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badly receive1) The show lasted just two weeks after being badly received.

2) They were badly received by viewers and heavily criticised in the media.

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badly run1) I think the big national companies are badly run.

2) They're just a badly run team.

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badly rust1) badly rusted or corroded drain pans must either be repaired or replaced.

2) The bodywork is now so badly rusted that the car has fallen completely apart.

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badly scar1) His clothes caught fire and his face was badly scarred.

2) His face was badly scarred by the disease.

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badly scratch1) It hasn't failed since and loads even the most badly scratched games.

2) There was also a badly scratched veneered cabinet which had once housed a gramophone.

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badly shaken1) Russian move has badly shaken fruit and vegetable exporters here.

2) I was badly shaken by that pact.

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badly shocked1) He'd been badly shocked last night.

2) But Geraci was able to reassure him: Ivy had arrived home three hours earlier, badly shocked but unharmed.

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badly structure1) Likewise large business corporations were often badly structured and sometimes plainly fraudulent.

2) badly structured manuscripts can suffer from all kinds of faults.

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badly suffer1) I came in from Baja, badly suffering from a burn.

2) All these connections were badly suffered by the activities of Taliban and the army operation against them.

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badly swell1) My ankles and knees badly swollen, gums prominent.

2) Her sheep were all lying down, their stomachs badly swollen.

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badly swollen1) My ankles and knees badly swollen, gums prominent.

2) The leg is badly swollen and it is limping heavily.

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badly take1) The moderate republicans, in the middle, did very badly taking just 70-80 seats.

2) Juan Sebastián Verón tells the story of swearing in Mancini's direction during an argument about a badly taken corner.

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badly tarnish1) Hong Kong's image was badly tarnished by them.

2) Today he wore a tiepin shaped like a St Bridget's cross, of badly tarnished grey metal.

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badly tear1) Despite a badly torn biceps sustained a week prior, McGuinness accepted the challenge.

2) When they arrived on the scene Morten Goosey-Gander was badly torn, and bleeding, but he was still fighting.

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badly time1) The official action was badly timed and over-officious.

2) A badly timed injury or illness can prematurely put an end to your season.

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badly torture1) All of them were badly tortured during the NKVD questioning.

2) One source records that 283 nuns were killed, some of whom were badly tortured.

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badly trail1) The ruling Conservative Party has badly trailed Labor in recent polls.

2) Once badly trailing in the all-time series, Pittsburgh has a commanding 67-57 edge in that department today.

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badly trained1) By later standards enforcement immigration officers were badly trained and equipped.

2) Private tutors were available in some cities but tended to be badly trained.

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badly treat1) Women were very badly treated in those times.

2) I believe my husband was badly treated.

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badly twist1) It's gotten pretty badly twisted.

2) Sgt Ian Charnock badly twisted his ankle early on but kept on running.

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badly underestimate1) Campbell's research shows that victims tend to badly underestimate the risks.

2) However, he badly underestimated the public's distaste for Francoism.

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badly upset1) Sadly, our testing badly upset the small shop vendors.

2) I have been Ill recently and her sale has badly upset me.

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badly want1) Some commentators have found his leadership badly wanting.

2) I badly want a story to tell.

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badly weaken1) The unit was now badly weakened, with its commander dead.

2) badly weakened by these circumstances, the French military position collapsed.

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badly wear1) These coins are only known in copper and are badly worn.

2) As dismantling continued many other parts were found to be badly worn.

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badly weather1) It is badly weathered and dates to 613.

2) Even grains which are badly weathered or altered still register the typical emission.

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badly work1) But their other eight awards were squandered as a result of a badly worked routine.

2) The re-biopsy psychosis movement made that coburn opposed medicaid ash by badly working the education when he returned a code for the opportunity pain.

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badly wounded1) They both are badly wounded during the engagement.

2) Over two hundred others were badly wounded.

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badly write1) Books are well written or badly written.

2) Anders was a horrible character and badly written .

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badly wrong1) An elite police raid on a criminal compound goes badly wrong.

2) It was then that things had gone badly wrong.

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badly1) Our user guides are really badly outdated.

2) These poor farmers are being badly used!

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