Damn in spanish

Maldita sea

pronunciation: mɑlditɑseɑ part of speech: adjective, verb, adverb
In gestures

damn1 = maldito, puñetero, condenado. 

Example: And we can't do it if we're again slavishly and uncritically, for reasons of imagined cost savings, accepting every damn thing that comes out of the tube.

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» goddam(n) = maldito, puñetero, condenado.

Example: It's all goddam lies from start to finish.

» nobody + gives a damn = a nadie le importa nada.

Example: Nobody outside of the acquisitions department gives a damn about the prices of books.

» not care a damn = no importar nada, importar un bledo, importar un comino, importar un pepino, traer sin cuidado, traer al pairo, traérsela floja a Alguien.

Example: The people who are elected are elected as public servants, but they are acting as if they don't care a damn about us.

» not give a damn = no importar nada, importar un bledo, importar un comino, importar un pepino, traer sin cuidado, traer al pairo, traérsela floja a Alguien.

Example: The sad truth of the matter is a lot of public libraries don't give a damn about cataloging.

damn2 = condenar, maldecir, recriminar, censurar, reprochar, criticar. 

Example: The play is damned by the critics but packs in the crowds and the producers may be upset by the adverse criticisms but they can, as the saying goes, cry all the way to the bank.
Damn synonyms:
blame in spanish: culpa, pronunciation: bleɪm part of speech: verb, noun curse in spanish: maldición, pronunciation: kɜrs part of speech: noun, verb blessed in spanish: bendito, pronunciation: blest part of speech: adjective hoot in spanish: ulular, pronunciation: hut part of speech: noun darn in spanish: maldito, pronunciation: dɑrn part of speech: verb bloody in spanish: sangriento, pronunciation: blʌdi part of speech: adjective everlasting in spanish: eterno, pronunciation: evɜrlæstɪŋ part of speech: adjective infernal in spanish: infernal, pronunciation: ɪnfɜrnəl part of speech: adjective, noun blasted in spanish: maldito, pronunciation: blæstəd part of speech: adjective damned in spanish: maldito, pronunciation: dæmd part of speech: adjective cursed in spanish: maldito, pronunciation: kɜrst part of speech: adjective goddamn in spanish: maldito, pronunciation: gɑddæm part of speech: adjective imprecate in spanish: imprecar, pronunciation: ɪmprəkeɪt part of speech: verb goddamned in spanish: maldito, pronunciation: gɑdæmd part of speech: adjective shucks in spanish: shucks, pronunciation: ʃʌks part of speech: noun blamed in spanish: culpada, pronunciation: bleɪmd part of speech: adjective darned in spanish: condenado, pronunciation: dɑrnd part of speech: adjective curst in spanish: curst, pronunciation: kɜrst part of speech: adjective goddam in spanish: maldito, pronunciation: gɑddæm part of speech: adjective beshrew in spanish: besar, pronunciation: beʃru part of speech: verb deuced in spanish: tremendo, pronunciation: dust part of speech: adjective maledict in spanish: maledicto, pronunciation: mælədɪkt part of speech: verb anathemize in spanish: anatomizar, pronunciation: ənæθəmaɪz part of speech: verb bedamn in spanish: bedamn, pronunciation: bedəm part of speech: verb all-fired in spanish: a todo fuego, pronunciation: ɔlfaɪɜrd part of speech: adjective, adverb
Damn antonyms:
bless pronunciation: bles part of speech: verb
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