Sinónimos de hell en inglés:



  • 1 they feared they would be consumed by flames in hell
    the netherworld, the land/abode of the dead, the infernal regions, the Inferno, the nether regions, the abyss; the abode of the damned, eternal damnation, eternal punishment, perdition; hellfire, fire and brimstone; BiblicalGehenna, Tophet, Abaddon; JudaismSheol; Greek MythologyHades, Tartarus, Acheron; Roman MythologyAvernus; Scandinavian MythologyNiflheim
    literary the pit, the shades
    archaic the lower world
    [Antónimos] heaven
  • 2 he made her life hell
    a misery, purgatory, hell on earth, torture, agony, a torment, a nightmare, an ordeal, a trauma; suffering, affliction, anguish, wretchedness, woe, tribulation, trials and tribulations
    [Antónimos] paradise
  • Frases

    get hell

    informal later he got hell from his father
    [Antónimos] be praised be commended
    be severely reprimandedbe upbraidedbe scoldedget a scoldingbe admonishedbe castigatedbe rebukedbe chastisedbe censuredbe criticized severelybe taken to taskget into troublebe hauled over the coals informalcatch itget what forbe told offget into hot/deep waterget into shtookget a dressing-downget an earfulget a roastingget a rocketget a rollickingget a rap over the knucklesget a slap on the wrist

    give someone hell

  • 1 when the truth came out I gave him hell
    reprimand severely, rebuke, admonish, chastise, chide, upbraid, reprove, reproach, scold, remonstrate with, berate, take to task, pull up, castigate, lambaste, read someone the Riot Act, give someone a piece of one's mind, haul over the coals, lecture, criticize, censure
    informal tell off, give someone a talking-to, give someone a telling-off, dress down, give someone a dressing-down, give someone an earful, give someone a roasting, give someone a rocket, give someone a rollicking, rap, rap over the knuckles, slap someone's wrist, send someone away with a flea in their ear, let someone have it, bawl out, come down hard on, blow up, pitch into, lay into, lace into, give someone a caning, blast, rag, keelhaul
    North American informal chew out, ream out
    Australian informal monster
    British vulgar slang bollock, give someone a bollocking
    North American vulgar slang chew someone's ass, ream someone's ass
    dated call down, rate, give someone a rating, trim
    [Antónimos] praise commend
  • 2 she gave me hell when I was her junior
    harass, hound, plague, badger, harry, pester, bother, worry, annoy, trouble, bully, intimidate, pick on, bait, molest, bedevil, victimize, terrorize; North Americandevil
    Australian informal heavy
    [Antónimos] leave in peace
  • informal

    hell for leather

    the cars went hurtling down the lane, hell for leather
    [Antónimos] at moderate speed
    as fast as possibleas quickly as possiblevery fastvery quicklyvery rapidlyvery speedilyvery swiftlyhurriedlyat full speedat the doubleat full tiltat full peltheadlonghotfootpost-hastepell-mellhelter-skelterat the speed of lightat breakneck speedlike an arrow from a bow informallike a bat out of hellat a licklike the windlike greased lightningat warp speedlike a bomblike madlike crazylike blazesBritish informallike the clappersat a rate of knotslike billy-oNorth American informallickety-split literaryapacehurry-scurry

    raise hell

  • 1 they were hollering and raising hell
    cause a disturbance, cause a commotion, be loud and noisy, run riot, run wild, behave wildly, go on the rampage, get out of control; have a (wild) party, party, carouse, revel
    [Antónimos] keep the peace
  • 2 he raised hell with real estate developers and polluters
    remonstrate, expostulate, be very angry, be furious, be enraged, argue, protest loudly to, object noisily to, complain vociferously to
  • informal

    Palabras de enlace

    infernal relating to hell
    hadephobia, stygiophobia fear of hell

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