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Translation of "hell" - English-Spanish dictionary

hell

noun   /hel/
[no plural] the place where some people think bad people go when they die infierno →  Opposite heaven
[no plural] informal an experience that is very bad infierno It’s been hell working with him.
the hell informal
used to emphasize something in a rude or angry way demonios What the hell are you doing here?
from hell informal
used to say that someone or something is very bad infernal We had the holiday from hell.
  /hiːl/
short form of he will forma abreviada de “he will” He’ll be home soon.
(Definition of hell from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

hell

noun /hel/
(according to some religions) the place or state of punishment of the wicked after death with much pain, misery etc. infierno
for the hell of it
for no particular reason; just for fun por que sí; por el gusto de hacerlo, por darse el gusto The boys said they had set fire to the hut just for the hell of it.
hellbent on
determined on totalmente resuelto a I’ve told him it could be dangerous, but he’s hellbent on going.
(Definition of hell from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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