There are 5 translations of damn in Spanish:

damn1

Pronunciation: /dæm/

vt

  • 1 1.1 [Religion/Religión] condenar
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    • Those who receive the mark, according to Scripture, are damned to eternal punishment.
    • Mephistophilis is one of the angels who conspired with Lucifer and was damned to hell.
    • If God was so loving why were people who committed suicide immediately damned to hell.
    1.2 (condemn) condenar he damned himself by his actions sus propias acciones lo condenaron 1.3 (doom to failure) (usually passive/normalmente en voz pasiva) the project was damned from the start el proyecto estaba condenado al fracaso desde un principio
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    • Where the substance is glorified in this disc, the style, unfortunately, is damned.
    • It was not the country that was damned but the settler who felt in his heart that he was damned.
    • This isn't to say the project was damned, but rather the fact that it's more difficult to create a compelling work when it's based on music with no clear emotional ambit.
  • 2 [colloquial/familiar] (in interjectional phrases/en locuciones de tipo interjección) (God) damn it (all)! ¡caray! [colloquial, euphemistic/familiar, eufemístico], ¡maldita sea! [colloquial/familiar] damn it to hell! (American English/inglés norteamericano) ¡por todos los demonios! [colloquial/familiar] damn and blast! (British English/inglés británico) [dated/anticuado] ¡diantre! [colloquial, dated/familiar, anticuado] she's taken my key, damn her! ¡la imbécil esa se llevó mi llave! [colloquial/familiar] I'll be o I'm damned if I know what he's talking about no tengo ni idea de qué está hablando [colloquial/familiar] well, I'll be damned! ¡vaya! [colloquial/familiar], ¡mecachis! [colloquial, euphemistic/familiar, eufemístico] I'll be damned if he didn't hit her! ¿y no va y le pega? [colloquial/familiar]
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    • He felt the pain in the shoulder, where the arrow had hit him, and he damned his ship, his fate, the entire curse of his life.
    • For one short moment I damned them, damned their eyes, and wished their farm machine a rapid and terminally rusty death.
    • Weep, said the illustrious poet, for they are damned until mankind has lived for three several generations, perfectly in harmony, peace and love, without discord.

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There are 5 translations of damn in Spanish:

damn2

n

  • [colloquial/familiar] (no plural/sin plural) it's not worth a damn no vale nada, no vale un carajo [vulgar] it doesn't matter a damn to her a ella le importa un bledo [colloquial/familiar] not to give a damn I don't give a damn what they think me importa un bledo or un pito or un comino lo que piensen [colloquial/familiar]

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There are 5 translations of damn in Spanish:

damn3

exclamation

  • [colloquial/familiar] ¡caray! [colloquial, euphemistic/familiar, eufemístico], ¡carajo! [vulgar]

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There are 5 translations of damn in Spanish:

damn4

adj

  • [colloquial/familiar] (before noun/delante del nombre) (as intensifier/como palabra enfática) condenado [colloquial/familiar], maldito [colloquial/familiar], pinche (Mexico/México) [colloquial/familiar] it's a damn nuisance! ¡es un latazo! [colloquial/familiar] they did damn all (British English/inglés británico) no hicieron absolutamente nada [colloquial/familiar], no hicieron nada de nada [colloquial/familiar] it's a damn shame es una verdadera lástima
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    • Then, what happened next shocked, angered, and confused him, which is a whole damn lot for a simple guy to be feeling all at once.
    • All but two of the candidates have reasons to be damn frustrated.
    • What the living hell am I doing in this damn silly job?

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There are 5 translations of damn in Spanish:

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adv

  • [colloquial/familiar] (as intensifier/como palabra enfática) she's damn clever es de lo más inteligente, es super inteligente [colloquial/familiar] you know damn well what I mean! ¡sabes de sobra lo que quiero decir!

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