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Definición de “a heck of a sth/sb” en inglés

a heck of a sth/sb

used for emphasis to mean "very": It's a heck of a long way to the nearest shop from here. mainly US ( also one heck of a sth/sb) a surprisingly good person or thing: 20 dollars for that is a heck of a good deal. She's one heck of a writer.
(Definition of a heck of a sth/sb from the Cambridge Advanced Learner's Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
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