Definition of 'damn'
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In Common Usage. damn is one of the 10000 most commonly used words in the Collins dictionary
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British English: damn /dæm/ ADJECTIVE
Damn is used by some people to emphasize what they are saying.
There's not a damn thing you can do about it now.
- American English: damn
- Arabic: لعين
- Brazilian Portuguese: desgraçado
- Chinese: 该死的
- Croatian: proklet
- Czech: zatracený
- Danish: pokkers
- Dutch: verdomd
- European Spanish: condenado
- Finnish: kirottu
- French: damné
- German: verdammt
- Greek: διαβολεμένος
- Italian: maledetto
- Japanese: いまいましい
- Korean: 저주받은
- Norwegian: forbasket
- Polish: przeklęty
- European Portuguese: desgraçado
- Romanian: blestemat
- Russian: проклятый
- Spanish: condenado
- Swedish: förbaskad
- Thai: คำอุทานแสดงความรำคาญ
- Turkish: lanet olası
- Ukrainian: диявольський
- Vietnamese: tồi tệ
British English: damn VERB
If you say that a person or a news report damns something such as a policy or action, you mean that they are very critical of it.
...a sensational book in which she damns the ultra-right party.
Definition of damn from the Collins English Dictionary
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