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perdition

noun [U] uk   /pəˈdɪʃ.ən/ us    /pɚ-/ literary
a state of punishment that goes on for ever, suffered by evil people after death
Translations of “perdition”
in Chinese (Traditional) (惡人死後的)永劫不復,墮地獄…
in Chinese (Simplified) (恶人死后的)永劫不复,堕地狱…
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