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badly off

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishbadly offˌbadly ˈoff adjective (comparative worse-off, superlative worst-off) [not before noun] especially British English  1 POOR (also bad-off American English) not having much money syn poor opp well-off2 badly off for somethingFrom Longman Business Dictionarybadly offˌbadly ˈoff adjective not having enough money to live comfortablyMy wife and I are not badly off as we have the state pension and my police pension. opposite well off
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