English adjective: nasty
|1.||nasty offensive or even (of persons) malicious|
|Samples||In a nasty mood.|
A nasty accident.
A nasty shock.
A nasty smell.
A nasty trick to pull.
Will he say nasty things at my funeral?.
|Similar||dirty, filthy, grotty, hateful, lousy, mean|
|2.||nasty exasperatingly difficult to handle or circumvent|
|Samples||A nasty problem.|
A good man to have on your side in a tight situation.
|3.||nasty characterized by obscenity|
|Samples||Had a filthy mouth.|
|Synonyms||cruddy, filthy, foul, smutty|
|4.||nasty disgustingly dirty; filled or smeared with offensive matter|
|Samples||As filthy as a pigsty.|
A foul pond.
A nasty pigsty of a room.
|Similar||dirty, soiled, unclean|