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hellish

adjective uk   us   /ˈhel.ɪʃ/
very bad or unpleasant: a hellish experience
hellishly
adverb uk   us   /-li/
a hellishly (= very unpleasantly) busy week
Translations of “hellish”
in Korean 아주 기분이 나쁜…
in Arabic جَهنّمي…
in Portuguese infernal…
in Catalan infernal…
in Japanese 最悪の, さんざんな…
in Italian infernale…
in Chinese (Traditional) 很糟的, 很令人討厭的…
in Russian адский, ужасный…
in Turkish berbat, çok kötü, korkunç…
in Chinese (Simplified) 很糟的, 很令人讨厌的…
in Polish koszmarny…
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