Translation of heck in Spanish:

heck

Pronunciation: /hek/

n

  • [colloq & euph] heck! ¡caray! [fam & euf] what the heck! ¡qué diablos! [familiar/colloquial] heck, no! (AmE) ¡ni hablar! to heck with waiting, I'm leaving ¡qué esperar ni (que) niño muerto! yo me voy [familiar/colloquial] what/where/how the heck … ? ¿qué/dónde/cómo diablos … ? [familiar/colloquial] I've one heck of a lot to do tengo un montón de cosas que hacer [familiar/colloquial] this is one heck of a time to call me ¡vaya horas de llamar! she's one heck of a girl es una chica fenomenal like o the heck he did! ¡y un cuerno que lo hizo! [familiar/colloquial] he did it on his own — did he heck! (BrE) lo hizo solo — ¡qué lo va a hacer solo! or ¡y un cuerno! [familiar/colloquial] I wish to heck they'd shut up! ¡por qué no se callarán de una puñetera vez! [familiar/colloquial]

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