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blast·ed

 (blăs′tĭd)
adj.
1. Used as an intensive: I hate these blasted flies.
2. Slang Drunk or intoxicated.
3. Blighted, withered, or shriveled.

blasted

(ˈblɑːstɪd)
adj
blighted or withered
adj, adv (prenominal)
slang (intensifier): a blasted idiot.

blast•ed

(ˈblæs tɪd, ˈblɑ stɪd)

adj.
1. blighted; ruined.
2. damned; confounded.
3. Slang. drunk.
[1545–55]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.blasted - expletives used informally as intensifiersblasted - 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"

blasted

adjective
1. (Informal) damned, bloody, freaking (slang, chiefly U.S.), confounded, hateful, infernal, detestable I couldn't get that blasted door open.
2. ruined, destroyed, wasted, devastated, shattered, spoiled, withered, ravaged, blighted, desolated the blasted landscape where the battle was fought

blasted

adjective
So annoying or detestable as to deserve condemnation:
Informal: blamed, damned.
Chiefly British: blooming, ruddy.
Translations
kirottulehdetönpahusräjähtänyt

blasted

[ˈblɑːstɪd] ADJ
1. (= wretched) → condenado, maldito
2. (liter) [landscape] → inhóspito

blasted

[ˈblɑːstɪd] adj
(= damn) → fichu(e)
(literary) (= bleak) [landscape, land, heath] → désolé(e)blast furnace nhaut fourneau mblast-off [ˈblɑːstɒf ˈblæstɒf] n [rocket] → lancement m

blasted

adj
öde
(inf)verdammt (inf), → Mist- (inf); he was talking all the blasted timeverdammt, er hat die ganze Zeit geredet (inf)
adv (inf)verdammt (inf)

blasted

[ˈblɑːstɪd] adj (fam) → maledetto/a
References in classic literature ?
As we glided nearer, the stranger showed French colors from his peak; and by the eddying cloud of vulture sea-fowl that circled, and hovered, and swooped around him, it was plain that the whale alongside must be what the fishermen call a blasted whale, that is, a whale that has died unmolested on the sea, and so floated an unappropriated corpse.
Now in order to hold direct communication with the people on deck, he had to pull round the bows to the starboard side, and thus come close to the blasted whale; and so talk over it.
He says, Monsieur, said the Guernsey-man, in French, turning to his captain, that only yesterday his ship spoke a vessel, whose captain and chief-mate, with six sailors, had all died of a fever caught from a blasted whale they had brought alongside.
He vows and declares, Monsieur, that the other whale, the dried one, is far more deadly than the blasted one; in fine, Monsieur, he conjures us, as we value our lives, to cut loose from these fish.
"Wha' won't do?" he said, and added, after looking sleepily into Montgomery's face for a minute, "Blasted Sawbones!"
"Blasted Sawbones!" was all he considered necessary.
TWO Blighted Beings, haggard, lachrymose, and detested, met on a blasted heath in the light of a struggling moon.
By the aid of cunning architects he had first blasted his harbour into shape, then built his hotels and pleasure-palaces, and then leased them to dependants of his who knew the right sort of people, and who knew that it was as much as their lease was worth to find accommodation for teetotal amateur photographers or wistful wandering Sunday-school treats.
But he drilled deep down, and blasted all my reason out of me!