Definition of hell-bent in English:

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Determined to achieve something at all costs: she’s hell-bent on leaving
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  • Under his leadership the Conservatives would remain obsessed with Europe and hell-bent on tax cuts.
  • Many of its practitioners seem hell-bent on building muscle mass at any and all costs.
  • Here, she plays an extreme introvert who's hell-bent on revenge.

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