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American English: /ˈdɑ(ɡ)ɡɔn/
British English: /ˈdɒɡɒn/

Translation of doggone in Spanish:

transitive verb

  • (American English) [colloquial] [euphemistic]doggone it, the car won't start
    mecachis or me cacho en diez, el coche no quiere arrancar [colloquial] [euphemistic]

adjective doggoned Pronunciation: /ˈdɑːggɑːnd/, /ˈdɒgɒnd/ superlative doggondest

adverb doggoned Pronunciation: /ˈdɑːggɑːnd/, /ˈdɒgɒnd/

  • (American English) [colloquial] [euphemistic]you know doggone well that we can't go
    sabes requetebién que no podemos ir [colloquial]

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