"The milk has gone bad."
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nem cifrázzák az angolok:
to go down the wrong way
Etelekre inkabb bad...
Itt egz reszletes valasz a netrol:
"Like KHS, I would use "go bad" with food, and "go wrong" with processes (or efforts) that went awry. I would also use "go bad" for people, animals, and things like robots if they took up destructive or wicked ways. "When good robots go bad."
I don't think I would say a mechanical object "goes bad/ wrong". Like the others, I would say that your tap, telly, computer, car, or electrical appliances are broken OR "broke down. "My car is broken. It broke down yesterday."
We do use bust colloquially in AmE when something really stops working: I think my gas gage is busted. It doesn't move. Or when it falls apart: The electric mixer isn't just broken, it's completely busted. [Possibly it's in pieces."
The milk went down the wrong way. (cigányútra ment)