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How to say “worse” in German? “Schlechter”. Here you will learn how to pronounce “schlechter” correctly and in the comments below you will be able to get all sorts of advice on worse in German like tips & tricks to remember it, questions, explanations and more.

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Tips to remember ‘schlechter’:

1. Associate ‘schlechter’ with something visual: Think of an object that you consider of poor quality and picture a “Schlechte” (bad) sticker plastered on it.
2. Make a connection with English: ‘Schlechter’ sounds a bit like ‘slighter,’ which can evoke the idea of something being less than or worse.
3. Use it in a sentence: Practice saying “Das ist schlechter als erwartet” (That’s worse than expected) to reinforce its meaning.


‘Schlechter’ is the comparative form of ‘schlecht’ (bad) in German, used to describe something that is worse in quality or standard. It is declined according to gender, case, and number of the noun it modifies.

Other words that mean the same thing:

1. ‘Schlimmer’ can also mean worse, but often in a more severe or serious context.
2. ‘Mindere QualitΓ€t’ translates to “lesser quality,” which can imply something is worse.

Alternate meanings like slang:

‘Schlechter’ is not commonly used in slang and typically retains its straightforward meaning of ‘worse’ in standard German.

Examples of sentences that use ‘schlechter’:

1. “Die Wettervorhersage fΓΌr morgen ist schlechter als heute.” (The weather forecast for tomorrow is worse than today.)
2. “Seine Leistungen in der Schule sind schlechter geworden.” (His performances at school have gotten worse.)
3. “Dieser Kaffee schmeckt schlechter als der, den wir sonst immer trinken.” (This coffee tastes worse than the one we usually drink.)
4. “Der Zustand des Autos ist schlechter als ich dachte.” (The condition of the car is worse than I thought.)
5. “Meine Laune ist heute schlechter als gestern.” (My mood is worse today than yesterday.)

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