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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.
Translations of “devil”
in Korean 악령…
in Arabic شَرّير…
in French diable, démon, diablesse…
in Italian demonio, diavolo…
in Chinese (Traditional) 魔鬼, 魔鬼,惡魔,妖魔…
in Russian злой дух, дьявол во плоти…
in Turkish iblis, kötü ruh, kötü adam…
in Polish diabeł…
in Portuguese demônio…
in German der Teufel…
in Catalan dimoni…
in Japanese 悪霊…
in Chinese (Simplified) 魔鬼, 魔鬼,恶魔,妖魔…
(Definition of devil from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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