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damned

adjective [before noun] uk   /dæmd/ informal us  
( also damn) used to express anger with someone or something: This damned printer won't work.

damned

noun uk   /dæmd/ us  
the damned [plural] the people who have been sent to hell after their death
Translations of “damned”
in Chinese (Traditional) 該死的(表示對某人或某事氣憤)…
in Chinese (Simplified) 该死的(表示对某人或某事气愤)…
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