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Significado de “damn” - Diccionario Inglés

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uk   us   /dæm/ (also damn it, also dammit ) informal
B1 an ​expression of ​anger: Damn, I've ​spilledcoffee down my ​blouse!
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uk   us   /dæm/ informal
used, ​especially when you are ​annoyed, to ​mean "very": He knew damn well how much ​trouble it would ​cause. Next ​time he can damn well do it himself! You were damn ​lucky not to have been ​killed!damn all UK informal nothing: I ​know damn all about ​computers.


uk   us   /dæm/

damn verb (BLAME)

[T] to ​blame or ​stronglycriticize something or someone: The ​inquiry into the ​disaster damns the ​company foritslack of ​safetyprecautions.

damn verb (PUNISH)

[T usually passive] (​especially of ​God) to ​force someone to ​stay in ​hell and be ​punished for ​ever: As a ​child she was ​taught that she would be damned for her ​sins.
damn you, them, it, etc. informal used to ​expressanger with someone or something: You got the last ​ticket - damn you, I ​wanted that!

damnadjective [before noun]

uk   us   /dæm/ (also damned) informal
used to ​expressanger with someone or something: Damn fool!
(Definition of damn from the Cambridge Advanced Learner's Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

Significado de "damn" - Diccionario Inglés Americano

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 us   /dæm/ infml

damn exclamation (EXPRESSION)

(also damn it, dammit,  /ˈdæm·ət, -ɪt/ ) an ​expression of ​anger or ​annoyance: Damn! I ​spilledcoffee on my ​blouse. Note: This word may be considered offensive by some people.

damn exclamation (SURPRISE)

used to ​expresssurprise: Damn, I ​guess they ​decided to ​buy that ​house.

damnadjective [not gradable]

 us   /dæm/ (also damned,  /dæmd/ )

damn adjective [not gradable] (EXPRESSION)

infml used to ​expressanger or ​annoyance: a damn ​shame

damnadjective, adverb [not gradable]

 us   /dæm/ infml

damn adjective, adverb [not gradable] (VERY)

very; ​great: You’re a damn ​fool to ​try and ​drive that ​oldcarcross-country.

damnverb [T]

 us   /dæm/

damn verb [T] (BLAME)

to ​blame or ​stronglycriticize: The ​novel was damned by the ​critics for being too ​political.

damn verb [T] (PUNISH)

to ​force someone to ​stay in ​hell and be ​punishedforever

damnnoun [U]

 us   /dæm/ infml

damn noun [U] (LEAST AMOUNT)

the least ​amount: This ​oldcar isn’t ​worth a damn.
(Definition of damn from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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