go bad
Verb

go bad

  1. Of foods and commodities, to spoil, rot, or otherwise become unusable due to age or storage conditions.
  2. Of a person or entity, to cease to be reputable and instead become delinquent, criminal, or poorly behaved.
    Synonyms: break bad, go to the bad
  3. Of a geographic area, to become unsafe.
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