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heaven

noun /ˈhevn/
in some religions, the place where God or the gods live, and where good people go when they die.
cielo, paraíso
the sky
cielo
He raised his eyes to heaven / the heavens.
(something which brings) great happiness
paraíso, gloria
’This is heaven’, she said, lying on the beach in the sun.
heavenly adverb very pleasant; beautiful
divino
What a heavenly smell!
of or from heaven.
heavenliness noun
carácter celestial, divinidad
heavens interjection ( also good heavens) an expression of surprise, dismay etc
cielos
Heavens! I forgot to buy your birthday present.
heavenly bodies noun plural the sun, moon, planets, stars.
cuerpo celeste
heaven-sent adjective very lucky or convenient
caída del cielo
a heaven-sent opportunity.
for heaven’s sake an expression used to show anger, surprise etc
por el amor de Dios
For heaven’s sake, stop making that noise!
heaven knows I don’t know
sólo Dios sabe
Heaven knows what he’s trying to do.
certainly
Dios sabe
Heaven knows I’ve tried to help.
thank heavens an expression used to show that a person is glad something has (not) happened
gracias a Dios
Thank heavens he isn’t coming! Thank heavens for that!
Translations of “heaven”
in Korean 천국, 낙원…
in Arabic الجَنَّة, نَعيم…
in French paradis, ciel…
in Italian cielo, paradiso…
in Chinese (Traditional) 天堂,天國, 極樂…
in Russian рай, небеса, блаженство…
in Turkish cennet, mutlu eden şey…
in Polish niebo, raj…
in Portuguese céu, paraíso…
in German der Himmel…
in Catalan cel, paradís…
in Japanese 天国, 極楽, すばらしいもの…
in Chinese (Simplified) 天堂,天国, 极乐…
(Definition of heaven from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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