there's nothing worse than (doing) something

there's nothing worse than (doing) something
there’s nothing worse than (doing) something phrase
used for talking about things that you dislike very much

There’s nothing worse than feeling ill in a strange place.

Thesaurus: worsesynonym
Main entry: worse

Useful english dictionary. 2012.

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  • worse — worse1 [ wɜrs ] adjective *** more unpleasant or bad than something else or than before: worse than: The injury looked a lot worse than it really was. get worse: Our performance got worse as the game went on. worse and worse: The company s… …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • worse — I UK [wɜː(r)s] / US [wɜrs] adjective *** a) more unpleasant or bad than something else or than before Some said they d never seen a worse film. get worse: Our performance got worse as the game went on. worse than: The injury looked a lot worse… …   English dictionary

  • nothing — noth|ing [ nʌθıŋ ] pronoun *** 1. ) not anything: There was nothing in the room except for a mattress. She waited and watched, but nothing happened. nothing at all: I knew nothing at all about taking care of babies. nothing else: The smoke alarms …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • worse — 1 adjective 1 (the comparative of bad) not as good as someone or something else, or more unpleasant or of a lower standard: The meal couldn t have been much worse. | worse than: The weather was worse than last year. | there s nothing worse than… …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • nothing*/*/*/ — [ˈnʌθɪŋ] pronoun 1) not anything There was nothing in the room except for a chair.[/ex] She waited, but nothing happened.[/ex] I saw nothing strange in the situation.[/ex] I knew nothing at all about looking after babies.[/ex] If there s nothing… …   Dictionary for writing and speaking English

  • nothing */*/*/ — UK [ˈnʌθɪŋ] / US pronoun 1) not anything There was nothing in the room except for a mattress. She waited and watched, but nothing happened. nothing at all: I knew nothing at all about looking after babies. nothing else: The smoke alarms were… …   English dictionary

  • for — 1 strong,; strong /fO:r/ preposition 1 intended to be given to or belong to a particular person: I ve got a present for you. | Save some for Arthur. 2 intended to be used in a particular situation: We ve bought some new chairs for the office. | a …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English

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  • for — for1 W1S1 [fə strong fo: $ fər strong fo:r] prep [: Old English;] 1.) used to say who is intended to get or use something, or where something is intended to be used ▪ I ve got a present for you. ▪ Someone left a message for Vicky. ▪ an English… …   Dictionary of contemporary English

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