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Spanish translation of “damn”

damn

verb /dӕm/
to cause to be condemned as bad, unacceptable etc
condenar
That film was damned by the critics.
to sentence to unending punishment in hell
maldecir
His soul is damned.
damned adjective sentenced to unending punishment in hell.
maldito, condenado
annoying, greatly disliked etc
maldito, puñetero, condenado
Get that damned dog out of here!
damning adjective showing faults, sins etc
irrecusable
a damning report The evidence was damning.
(Definition of damn from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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