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Translation of "devil" - English-Spanish dictionary

devil

noun   /ˈdev·əl/
the Devil
the most powerful evil spirit, according to the Christian and Jewish religions el diablo
an evil spirit demonio
(Definition of devil from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

devil

noun /ˈdevl/
the spirit of evil; Satan demonio, diablo
any evil or wicked spirit or person demonio That woman is a devil!
a person who is bad or disapproved of diablo, demonio She’s a lazy devil.
an unfortunate person for whom one feels pity pobre diablo Poor devils! I feel really sorry for them.
(Definition of devil from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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