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damned

 (dămd)
adj. damned·er (dăm′dər), damned·est (dăm′dĭst)
1.
a. In various religions, condemned to eternal punishment.
b. Destined to an unhappy fate: "His pedagogy is Puritan, fashioned around an enlightened elect. Outsiders are damned to the darkness of ignorance" (Molly Worthen)."He never did give Iris that gift. He was saved from doing it—or damned to leave it undone—because of the cataclysm that befell a dear friend of hers" (Philip Roth).
2. Informal Deserving condemnation; detestable: this damned weather.
3. Used as an intensive: a damned fool.
adv. damneder, damnedest
Used as an intensive: a damned poor excuse.
n.
(used with a pl. verb) People who are damned considered as a group.

damned

(dæmd)
adj
(Theology)
a. condemned to hell
b. (as noun): the damned.
adv, adj
1. (intensifier): a damned good try; a damned liar; I should damned well think so!.
2. used to indicate amazement, disavowal, or refusal (in such phrases as I'll be damned and damned if I care)

damned

(dæmd)

adj. superl. damned•est, damnd•est,
adv. adj.
1. condemned or doomed, esp. to eternal punishment.
2. detestable; loathsome: Get that damned dog out of here!
3. complete; absolute; utter: a damned nuisance.
adv.
4. extremely; very; absolutely: a damned good singer; too damned lazy.
[1350–1400]

Damned

 the souls in hell, 1393.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.damned - people who are condemned to eternal punishmentdamned - people who are condemned to eternal punishment; "he felt he had visited the realm of the damned"
people - (plural) any group of human beings (men or women or children) collectively; "old people"; "there were at least 200 people in the audience"
Adj.1.damned - expletives used informally as intensifiersdamned - expletives used informally as intensifiers; "he's a blasted idiot"; "it's a blamed shame"; "a blame cold winter"; "not a blessed dime"; "I'll be damned (or blessed or darned or goddamned) if I'll do any such thing"; "he's a damn (or goddam or goddamned) fool"; "a deuced idiot"; "an infernal nuisance"
cursed, curst - deserving a curse; sometimes used as an intensifier; "villagers shun the area believing it to be cursed"; "cursed with four daughter"; "not a cursed drop"; "his cursed stupidity"; "I'll be cursed if I can see your reasoning"
2.damned - in danger of the eternal punishment of Helldamned - in danger of the eternal punishment of Hell; "poor damned souls"
Christian religion, Christianity - a monotheistic system of beliefs and practices based on the Old Testament and the teachings of Jesus as embodied in the New Testament and emphasizing the role of Jesus as savior
lost - spiritually or physically doomed or destroyed; "lost souls"; "a lost generation"; "a lost ship"; "the lost platoon"
Adv.1.damned - in a damnable manner; "kindly Arthur--so damnably , politely , endlessly persistent!"

damned

adjective (Slang) infernal, accursed, detestable, revolting, infamous, confounded, despicable, abhorred, hateful, loathsome, abominable, freaking (slang, chiefly U.S.) They're a damned nuisance.

damned

adjective
1. Condemned, especially to hell:
Idiom: gone to blazes.
2. Informal. So annoying or detestable as to deserve condemnation:
Informal: blamed.
Chiefly British: blooming, ruddy.
Translations
مَلْعون
prokletýzatracený
fortabtpokkerssatansskide
damnéfils de putehélasmaudit
elátkozott
bölvaîurfordæmdur
usvedčujúci
Allahın belâsıbaşbelâsılânetlenmiş

damned

[dæmd]
A. ADJ
1. [soul] → condenado, maldito
2.maldito, condenado, fregado (LAm)
that damned bookese maldito libro
it's a damned shamees una verdadera lástima or pena
B. ADVmuy, extraordinariamente
it's damned awkwardes terriblemente difícil
it's damned hot!¡vaya calor/frío que hace!, ¡hace un calor del demonio!
C. N the damnedlas almas en pena

damned

[ˈdæmd]
adj
(= blasted) [lies] → fichu(e)
They're a damned nuisance
BUT Ils sont sacrément > embêtants.
not a damned thing (= absolutely nothing) → rien du tout
There was not a damned thing he could do about it
BUT Il ne pouvait carrément rien y faire.
I'm damned if ..., I'll be damned if ... (= I certainly won't)
I'm damned if I'm going to do it.; I'll be damned if I'll do it → Ça me ferait bien mal de le faire.
I'll be damned! (expressing surprise)merde alors!
adv [good] → sacrément ; [silly] → sacrément
npl
the damned → les damnés mpl

damned

adj
soulverdammt
(inf) = damn ADJ
adv = damn ADV
n (Eccl, liter) the damned pldie Verdammten pl

damn

(dӕm) verb
1. to sentence to unending punishment in hell. His soul is damned.
2. to cause to be condemned as bad, unacceptable etc. That film was damned by the critics.
interjection
expressing anger, irritation etc. Damn! I've forgotten my purse.
noun
something unimportant or of no value. It's not worth a damn; I don't give a damn! (= I don't care in the least).
damned adjective
1. sentenced to unending punishment in hell.
2. annoying, greatly disliked etc. Get that damned dog out of here!
ˈdamning adjective
showing faults, sins etc. The evidence was damning.
References in classic literature ?
Well, you're a damned ungrateful lot, the whole pack of you,' he shouted back.
I've been several voyages in the merchant service, and I think that-- Merchant service be damned.
It was like listening to the moan of a damned soul, and Jurgis could not stand it.
At first I had only two hands; but before I had left home I was already employing fifteen, and running night and day; and the atmospheric result was getting so pronounced that the king went sort of fainting and gasping around and said he did not believe he could stand it much longer, and Sir Launcelot got so that he did hardly anything but walk up and down the roof and swear, although I told him it was worse up there than any- where else, but he said he wanted plenty of air; and he was always complaining that a palace was no place for a soap factory anyway, and said if a man was to start one in his house he would be damned if he wouldn't strangle him.
When he got through he walks to the hole and looks in again for half a minute; then he says, 'Well, you're a long hole, and a deep hole, and a mighty singular hole altogether--but I've started in to fill you, and I'm damned if I DON'T fill you, if it takes a hundred years
Each cocked his pistol, and, with fingers on the trigger, walked up to Henry, saying, at the same time, if he did not cross his hands, they would blow his damned heart out.
Did I break through one of your rings, that you spread that damned ice on the causeway?
And I pray that he may break your neck: take him, and he damned, you beggarly interloper
Out on the loose, your honor, and be damned to 'em," was the veteran's unvarying answer.
One more pull and you're at the top and be damned to you, for I have had trouble enough to get you to it
Mas'r Davy,' exclaimed Ham, in a broken voice, 'it ain't no fault of yourn - and I am far from laying of it to you - but his name is Steerforth, and he's a damned villain
And there's that damned Fowler, I won't put up with him any longer; I've told Winthrop to go to Cox this very day.