Found 2,127 phrases starting with B:


bad bloodFeelings of hostility or ill will.Rate it:
bad boyUsed other than as an idiom: see bad, boy.Rate it:
bad boyA man whose rebellious nature makes him attractive to women.Rate it:
bad boy(slang) A male criminal.Rate it:
bad boyAn undesirable task.Rate it:
bad boyA powerful or impressive product or item.Rate it:
bad companyThe wrong crowd.Rate it:
bad eggSomeone whose behaviour is reprehensible or irresponsible; a rogue.Rate it:
bad eggdisreputable characterRate it:
bad for youUnhealthy.Rate it:
bad formBehaviour which is contrary to social expectations, which is inappropriate or rude.Rate it:
bad hair dayA day when one's hair seems unmanageable.Rate it:
bad hair dayA day when several things seems to be unmanageable or go wrong.Rate it:
bad ironBad luck.Rate it:
bad jokeA situation that is badly planned, or illogical.Rate it:
bad luckill-fortuneRate it:
bad money drives out goodDebased coinage (with low levels of precious metals) replaces purer coinage (with higher levels of precious metals).(metaphorically) Mediocre talent drives away real talent.Rate it:
bad nameUsed other than as an idiom: see bad, name.Rate it:
bad nameLack of reverence or esteem. Poor reputation.Rate it:
bad newsAn irritating, troublesome, or harmful person, situation, or thing.Rate it:
bad newsNews of unpleasant, unfortunate or sad events.Rate it:
bad old daysthe past, seen as a time when things were worse.Rate it:
bad pennyA counterfeit or damaged penny.Rate it:
bad pennyA person or thing which is unpleasant, disreputable, or otherwise unwanted, especially one which repeatedly appears at inopportune times.Rate it:
bad taste in one's mouthA feeling of disappointment and frustration.Rate it:
bad taste in one's mouthA feeling of guilt, responsibility, or embarrassment as to cause nausea.Rate it:
bad taste in one's mouthA feeling something is morally despicable as to cause nausea.Rate it:
bad to the boneCompletely bad and evil; pure evil.Rate it:
bad wordA vulgar word.Rate it:
badge bunnyA woman who is romantically attracted to police officers and who seeks out their companionship.Rate it:
bag and baggageAll one's possessions.Rate it:
bag of bonesA skinny, malnourished person.Rate it:
bag of rationsA fussy or overly zealous military superior.Rate it:
bag of shellsUsed other than as an idiom: see bag, shell.Rate it:
bag of shellsA trifle.Rate it:
bag of tricksA set of skills, techniques, items of information, or other resources used to help achieve professional or personal goals.Rate it:
bag of tricksA collection of items, especially as constituting a very complete set of such items.Rate it:
bag of weaselsSomething that has pronounced weasely characteristics, such as pettiness, bad temper, and deviousness.Rate it:
bag of windA windbag.Rate it:
bag outto criticise someoneRate it:
baggageHeavy baggage; women and children. Also a familiar epithet for a woman; as, cunning baggage, wanton baggage, &c.Rate it:
baggageIn a metaphorical sense, factors that restrict a person's freedom, often in an intellectual or psychological way: emotional baggage.Rate it:
baggageLuggage; traveling equipment.Rate it:
bail outTo secure the release of an arrested person by providing bail money.Rate it:
bail outTo remove water from a boat by scooping it out.Rate it:
bail outTo exit an aircraft while in flight.Rate it:
bail outTo rescue, especially financially.Rate it:
bail outTo leave or not attend.Rate it:
bail out onTo abandon, or stop supporting someone or something.Rate it:
Baja CaliforniaUno de los 31 estados de México, ubicado en el extremo noroeste del país. Comparte la Península de Baja California con el estado de Baja California Sur.Rate it:

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