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Pronunciation of Nasty: Learn how to pronounce Nasty in English correctly

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Oxford dictionary definition of the word nasty:

adjective (nastier, nastiest)
1very bad or unpleasant:
plastic bags burn with a nasty, acrid smell
dad’s had a nasty accident
(of the weather) unpleasantly cold or wet:
it’s a nasty old night
repugnant to the mind:
her stories are very nasty, full of murder and violence
2behaving in an unpleasant or spiteful way:
Harry was a nasty, foul-mouthed old devil
3annoying or unwelcome:
life has a nasty habit of repeating itself
4damaging or harmful:
a nasty, vicious-looking hatchet
noun (plural nasties)
informal
an unpleasant or harmful person or thing:
a water conditioner to neutralize chlorine and other nasties
a horror video or film. See also video nasty.
Phrases

a nasty one

informal an awkward question or task.
a nasty piece (or bit) of work

British informal an unpleasant or untrustworthy person:
if you ask me he’s a nasty piece of work
a nasty taste in the mouth

see taste.
something nasty in the woodshed

see woodshed.
Derivatives

nastily

adverb
Origin:

late Middle English: of unknown origin