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hell British & World English

A place regarded in various religions as a spiritual realm of evil and suffering, often traditionally depicted as a place of perpetual fire beneath the earth where the wicked are punished after death

Hell in hell British & World English

A place regarded in various religions as a spiritual realm of evil and suffering, often traditionally depicted as a place of perpetual fire beneath the earth where the wicked are punished after death

he'll British & World English

He shall; he will

to hell British & World English

Used for emphasis

get hell British & World English

Be severely reprimanded

like hell British & World English

Very fast, much, hard, etc. (used for emphasis)

hell-bent British & World English

Determined to achieve something at all costs

raise hell British & World English

Make a noisy disturbance

be hell on British & World English

Be very unpleasant or harmful to

—— from hell British & World English

An extremely unpleasant or troublesome example of something

go to hell British & World English

Used to express angry rejection of someone or something

hell's bells British & World English

An exclamation of annoyance or anger

to hell with British & World English

Expressing one’s scorn or lack of concern for (someone or something)

Hell's Angel British & World English

A member of any of a number of gangs (‘chapters’) of male motorcycle enthusiasts, first formed in California in the 1950s and originally notorious for lawless behaviour

what the hell British & World English

It doesn’t matter

Hell's Canyon British & World English

A chasm in Idaho, cut by the Snake River and forming the deepest gorge in the US. Flanked by the Seven Devils Mountains, the canyon drops to a depth of 2,433 m (7,900 ft)

get hell in hell British & World English

Be severely reprimanded

to hell in hell British & World English

Used for emphasis

catch it in catch British & World English

Be punished or told off

Harrowing of Hell British & World English

(In medieval Christian theology) the defeat of the powers of evil and the release of its victims by the descent of Christ into hell after his death

give someone hell British & World English

Severely reprimand or make things very unpleasant for someone

hell for leather British & World English

As fast as possible

a hell of a —— British & World English

Used to emphasize something very bad or great

raise hell in raise British & World English

Make a noisy disturbance

—— from hell in hell British & World English

An extremely unpleasant or troublesome example of something

like hell in hell British & World English

Very fast, much, hard, etc. (used for emphasis)

—— the hell out of British & World English

Used in verbal phrases to emphasize force, speed, etc.

all hell breaks loose British & World English

Suddenly there is pandemonium

go to hell and back British & World English

Endure an extremely unpleasant or difficult experience

be hell on in hell British & World English

Be very unpleasant or harmful to

go to hell in hell British & World English

Used to express angry rejection of someone or something

come hell or high water British & World English

Whatever difficulties may occur

give someone hell in hell British & World English

Severely reprimand or make things very unpleasant for someone

hell's bells in hell British & World English

An exclamation of annoyance or anger

a hell of a —— in hell British & World English

Used to emphasize something very bad or great

to hell with in hell British & World English

Expressing one’s scorn or lack of concern for (someone or something)

there will be hell to pay British & World English

Serious trouble will occur as a result of a previous or proposed action

—— the hell out of in hell British & World English

Used in verbal phrases to emphasize force, speed, etc.


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