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    2. Nasty bad or very unpleasant: a nasty shock/surprise There's a nasty smell in here. He had a nasty cut above the eye. She has a nasty habit of picking on people in meetings. ​ unkind: Don't be so nasty to your brother - he's four years younger than you! ​ mainly uk dangerous or violent: In an emergency you could get out through a window, but it would be a nasty drop. The situation could turn (= become) nasty at any moment. ​ rude or offensive: She said some really nasty things about him. Jolly happy and smiling: She's a very jolly, upbeat sort of a person.

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