English version

a bad time/moment etc

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englisha bad time/moment etca bad time/moment etcDIFFICULTa time that is not suitable or causes problems It’s a bad time to have to borrow money, with interest rates so high. You’ve come at the worst possible moment. I have a meeting in five minutes. bad
Examples from the Corpus
a bad time/moment etcCalls to assistant general manager Mike Port came at a bad time.Strawberry had had a bad time.While I have no problem with this, the issue is that my friends are giving me a bad time about it.The prolonged federal government shutdown could not have come at a worse time for businessman Herb Stein.And it was still a bad time for the people in the middle.And then uh, he was the homecoming king and oh, gosh, that was a bad time in my life.I thought it would be great down there, but I started having a bad time so I went back to Newcastle.It was a bad time to have chosen for confrontation.
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