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Translation of "hell" - English-Turkish dictionary

hell

noun
 
 
/hel/
PLACE [U] B2 according to some religions, the place where bad people go when they die
cehennem
Life after death
EXPERIENCE [U] informal B2 an experience that is very unpleasant
cehennem azabı, çok kötü şey, büyük sıkıntı
It's been hell working with him.Difficult situations and unpleasant experiencesAccidents and disasters
the hell informal B2 used to emphasize something in a rude or angry way
'Hay Allah!', 'Kör olası!', 'Hay kör olası şeytan!', 'Lanet olası!'
What the hell are you doing here?Expressions of anger
a/one hell of a informal used to say that someone or something is very good, big, etc
berbat, feci, bir hayli, pek çok, müthiş
a hell of a noise He's one hell of a tennis player.InterjectionsSounds used as interjections
from hell informal used to say that someone or something is extremely bad
cehenneme dönmüş, cehennem gibi, berbat, çok kötü
We had the holiday from hell.Serious and unpleasantNot attractive to look atInformal words for badInformal words for badRubbish and wasteSerious and unpleasantNot of good quality
like hell informal very much
müthiş, feci, çok fazla, aşırı
It's raining like hell out there.Intensifying expressions
Translations of “hell”
in Arabic جَهَنَّم, جَحيم, تَجْرِبَة مَريرَة…
in Korean 지옥, 지옥 같은 경험…
in Malaysian Neraka…
in French enfer…
in Italian inferno, un inferno…
in Chinese (Traditional) 悲慘的境況, 苦難的經歷, 地獄…
in Russian ад, мука…
in Polish piekło…
in Vietnamese địa ngục…
in Spanish infierno…
in Portuguese inferno…
in Thai ขุมนรก…
in German die Hölle…
in Catalan infern…
in Japanese 地獄, ひどい経験, 生き地獄…
in Indonesian neraka…
in Chinese (Simplified) 悲惨的境况, 苦难的经历, 地狱…
(Definition of hell from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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