Language is a pretty complex thing, and if you’re not a native speaker of a particular one, it’ll confuse the fuck out of you – especially English. For example, we’ve got words that can have both positive and negative meanings, all at once, depending on context and geography.
Below, you’ll find both the good and the bad definitions, starting with the most common one. While some might be a little outdated, the root meaning of the word is still valid, so technically, it’s still correct.
Makes my head pulse, just trying to sort it all out.