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damnation

noun [U] uk   /dæmˈneɪ.ʃən/ us  
the act of sending someone to hell or the state of being in hell: He believed that he would be condemned to eternal damnation for what he had done.
Translations of “damnation”
in Chinese (Traditional) 投進地獄, 遭天譴,下地獄…
in Chinese (Simplified) 投进地狱, 遭天谴,下地狱…
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