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Translation of "heaven" - English-Spanish dictionary

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. celestial
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!
(Definition of heaven from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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