Your sister likes a really cheesy TV show. She agrees that the show isn't that very good, but she likes it anyway. You're joking about it with your friend. You say:
She has such bad taste!
The word "such" is similar to "so" except it's used with nouns instead of adjectives:
That song is so cheesy.
That is such a cheesy song.
The meaning of "such" is similar to "very".
When you say that someone "has bad taste", it means that they like things that you think are unattractive or uninteresting.
You can tell the topic of a person's bad taste by saying "bad taste in ___". Common topics that people have "bad taste in" include:
- bad taste in clothes
- bad taste in men
- bad taste in music
You can also say that someone "has good taste".
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