hell

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İngilizce - Türkçe
cehennem

Belki bu dünya başka bir gezegenin cehennemi. - Maybe this world is another planet's Hell.

Farklı aklı olanlara, aynı dünya bir cehennem ve bir cennettir. - To different minds, the same world is a hell, and a heaven.

ölüler diyarı
ünlem kahrolsun!
(vurguyu artırmak için kullanılır)
kahretsin!

Allah kahretsin, senin derdin ne? - God damn it, what the hell is wrong with you?

Allah kahretsin, onların derdi ne? - God damn it, what the hell is wrong with them?

kahrolasıca!
lanet olsun!
{i} şamata
{i} aşırı
{i} şaka
he will
{i} casino
{i} berbat
{i} kumarhane
{i} gırgır
{i} çok

Oh merhaba. Bugün hava gerçekten çok sıcak! - Oh, hello. It's quite hot today really!

{i} felâket
nesi
tamu
ahiret
hell for leather
(Konuşma Dili) atik
hell for leather
yel yeperek
hell with her
(deyim) canı cehenneme
hell with him
canı cehenneme
hell with it
(deyim) canı cehenneme
hell with it
boş ver
hell yeah!
çok doğru
hell!
aksi şeytan!
hell's half acre
(deyim) çok uzun mesafe
hell bent
kararlı
hell-bent
istekli
hell-bent
kararlı
hell-bent
kafasına koymuş
hell gate
cehennem kapısı
hell no
Hayatta olmaz
hell no
Kesinlikle hayır
hell of a
(deyim) Çok kötü ya da iyi bir kişi ya da şey
hell of a lot
bir çok cehennem
hell off a
cehenneme bir kapalı
hell or high water
cehennem veya yüksek su
hell to pay
cehenneme ödeme
hell with
cehennem ile
hell yeah
(Oyunlar) Batak: Batak, bir çeşit kağıt oyunudur. İskambil oyunları arasında "Kozlu Oyun" olarak bilinir. İki veya daha üstü oyuncu ile oynanır. Genel olarak 4 kişi oynanan Batak, bir dakika içinde kağıtların dağıtılmasıyla başlar ve 10-30 dakika arası sürer. İhaleli ve İhalesiz olarak 2 çeşit oyanınış biçimi vardır
hell yes
Kesinlikle evet
hell's blaze
hell's yangını
hell-for-leather
(deyim) Yüksek bir hızda
hell-raiser
Baş belası, cehhennemi yaşatan, bir durumu sınırlı ve baskılı bir şekilde protesto eden,kabullenemeyen kişi
hell around
(Fiili Deyim ) yiyip içip eğlenmek
hell around
(Dilbilim) serserice yaşamak
hell of
aşırı
hell of
çok
hell of
çok iyi
hell of
felâket
hell of
berbat
hell of
çok hoş
heaven and hell bonds
(Ticaret) iki ulusal paralı tahviller
hellish
{s} cehennem gibi
a hell of a lot
(deyim) bir sürü
bloody hell
(Konuşma Dili) hayret bir olay
demon of hell
zebani
for the hell of it
gırgırına
for the hell of it
(deyim) öylesine
gambling hell
(Kanun) kumarhane
go to hell
cehenneme git

Onların cehenneme gitmeleri gerek! - They should go to hell!

Yakışıklı bir adam, cehenneme gitmek için iyi bir nedendir. - A handsome man is a good reason to go to hell.

hellish
korkunç

Yaşam cehennemin kendisinden daha korkunç. - Life is more hellish than hell itself.

hellishness
cehennem gibi
just for the hell of it
(deyim) maksat yeşillik olsun
just for the hell of it
öylesine
like hell
(Konuşma Dili) bir yığın
like hell
(Konuşma Dili) çok hızlı
like hell
(Konuşma Dili) çok zor
like hell
(Konuşma Dili) bir sürü
like hell
(deyim) hızla
like hell
(Konuşma Dili) sürüsüne bereket
like hell
(deyim) son sürat
raise hell
kıyamet koparmak
there'll be hell to pay
çekeceğimiz var
there'll be hell to pay
kıyamet kopacak
till hell freezes over
(Konuşma Dili) ilelebet
till hell freezes over
(Konuşma Dili) sonsuza dek
till hell freezes over
(Konuşma Dili) daima
till hell freezes over
(Konuşma Dili) hep
until hell freezes over
(Konuşma Dili) hep
what the hell have you been smoking?
(deyim) neyin kafası bu?
what the hell!
Ne oluyor ya!
when hell freezes over
(deyim) asla
when hell freezes over
(deyim) hiç
when hell freezes over
(deyim) hiçbir zaman
Go to hell!
Allah kahretsin!
Go to hell!
Cehennem ol!
a hell of a lot
çok fazla
be hell on
zararlı olmak
catch hell
azarlamak
come hell or high water
iki eli kanda olsa
for the hell of it
şamata olsun diye
give sb hell
haşlamak
give sb hell
fırça atmak
go to hell
mahvolmak
go to hell
cehenneme gitmek

Cehenneme gitmek istemiyorum. - I don't want to go to hell.

Yakışıklı bir adam, cehenneme gitmek için iyi bir nedendir. - A handsome man is a good reason to go to hell.

go to hell in a handbasket
beş para etmemek
hellish
can sıkıcı
hellish
berbat
hellish
tatsız
hellishly
şeytanca
hellishness
korkunçluk
like hell
cehennem gibi
like hell
deli gibi
play hell with
çarkına okumak
raise hell
kıyameti koparmak
take the hell out of sb
iflahını kesmek
Beats the hell out of me
(deyim) Şaşkınlıktan ne yapacağımı bilmiyorum
Oh Hell
(Oyunlar) Batak: Batak, bir çeşit kağıt oyunudur. İskambil oyunları arasında "Kozlu Oyun" olarak bilinir. İki veya daha üstü oyuncu ile oynanır. Genel olarak 4 kişi oynanan Batak, bir dakika içinde kağıtların dağıtılmasıyla başlar ve 10-30 dakika arası sürer. İhaleli ve İhalesiz olarak 2 çeşit oyanınış biçimi vardır

Oh Hell was one of Bill Clinton's favorite games he played in the White House.

What the hell are you doing?
Ne halt ediyorsun yahu?
a hell of a lot
argo çok fazla
all hell breaks loose
(deyim) Birden kıyamet koptu! Birden ortalık karıştı!
all hell broke loose
tüm cehennem kopmuştu
all hell let loose
(deyim) Birden kıyamet koptu! Birden ortalık karıştı!
as hell
cehennem gibi
bloody hell
Şaşırma veya hayâl kırıklığı bildiren söz
create bloody murder, hell
gürültü koparmak, ortalığı velveleye vermek
feel like hell
(deyim) Kendini çok hasta veya yorgun hissetmek
get the hell
cehennem olsun
get the hell out of
den cık git! ...den defol!
hella
(Hell of) Çok, oldukça
less hell
az cehennem
like anything, hell, blazes, mad, crazy
deli gibi
like hell
hiç; aksine
like hell
Sen öyle san!Hadi oradan!

A: I've beaten you! B:Like hell!.

like hell
deli gibi: "He was running like hell. - Deli gibi koşuyordu."
look like hell
(deyim) Çok hasta veya yorgun görünmek
not have a snowball's chance in hell
yıldızı düşük (talihsiz) olmak
raise Cain/hell
kıyameti koparmak
raise Cain/hell/the devil
k. dili 1. kıyameti koparmak. 2. küplere binmek
raise the hell
(deyim) Kıyameti koparmak, ortalığı velveleye vermek, yaygarayı basmak
scare the hell out of someone
(deyim) Korkutmak, odunu patlatmak, yüreğini ağzına getirmek
shut the hell up
to be quiet in a bad way
the hell
cehennem
what a hell
ne cehennem
what the hell
Kızgınlık belirtir: What the hell do you think you're doing? Ne halt ettiğini zannediyorsun?
what the hell
(deyim) Daha önceden yapmayı planladığınız birnşeyden birden vazgeçip başka bir şey yapabileceğinizi ifade ederken söylenir
what the hell
Peki!: "What the hell, let's do it. - Peki, yapalım."
what the hell
Boş ver!: Let's go, what the hell! Boş ver, gidelim!
what the hell
(deyim) Kızgınlık belirtir: What the hell do you think you're doing? - Ne halt ettiğini zannediyorsun?
what the hell
Peki!: What the hell, let's do it. Peki, yapalım
what the hell
Boş ver!: "Let's go, what the hell! Boş ver, gidelim!"
what the hell
Allah kahretsin!

Allah kahretsin, onların derdi ne? - God damn it, what the hell is wrong with them?

Allah kahretsin, senin derdin ne? - God damn it, what the hell is wrong with you?

what the hell does she want?
o istemek ne halt nedir?
what the hell is going on
ne oluyor
what the hell is going on
neler oluyor be
what the hell!
ne cehennem!
hellish
cehennemi

Yaşam cehennemin kendisinden daha korkunç. - Life is more hellish than hell itself.

hellish
şeytanca
hellish
{s} kötü
hellish
hellishly cehennemi bir şekilde
hellish
hellishness cehennemi oluş korkunçluk
hellish
korkunç bir surette
hellish
kötülük
hellishly
cehennemi bir şekilde
İngilizce - İngilizce
Any of various towns so named
Alternative spelling of hell. Place of suffering for sinners
A place for gambling

the air of moral nihilism common to keepers of gambling hells and disorderly houses; .

The place where devils live and where sinners are punished after death

Hell is a strait and dark and foul-smelling prison, an abode of demons and lost souls, filled with fire and smoke.

In various religions, the place where some or all spirits are believed to go after death
A place or situation of great suffering in life

There is many a boy here today who looks on war as all glory, but, boys, it is all hell.

Used as an intensifier in phrases grammatically requiring a noun

He says he's going home early? Like hell he is.

An extremely hot place

You don't have a snowball's chance in hell.

Used to express negative discontent

Oh, hell! I got another parking ticket.

Used to emphasize

Hell, yeah!.

{n} the place of the damned, the grave, prison
Place of suffering for sinners
The place of the dead, or of souls after death; the grave; called in Hebrew sheol, and by the Greeks hades
emphasis Some people use a hell of or one hell of to emphasize that something is very good, very bad, or very big. Whatever the outcome, it's going to be one hell of a fight
"In Christian theology, the eternal abode of those damned by God Souls in hell are led by Satan and deprived forever of the sight of God In legend it is a place of fire and brimstone, where the damned undergo physical torment " See full definition at Hell [E c] See also Hades In spite of the fact that great theologians have for centuries argued about just what the hell Hell [CE] is, and whether or not it exists at all, Fundies are absolutely certain that they alone have the real skinny on the subject The Fundie knows that it is the Devil working through liberal theologians who would do away with hell or claim that hell is a state of mind or a place where only those who wish to be there will reside Fundies describe hell in no uncertain terms: It is a place where people are going to fry Forever And ever Hell is the fulfillment of the the Fundie's childish revenge fantasy, a place where he resides in this life with the hope of avoiding it in another one
emphasis If you say that someone is going hell for leather, you are emphasizing that they are doing something or are moving very quickly and perhaps carelessly. The first horse often goes hell for leather, hits a few fences but gets away with it
To play hell with something means to have a bad effect on it or cause great confusion. In British English, you can also say that one person or thing plays merry hell with another. Lord Beaverbrook, to put it bluntly, played hell with the war policy of the R.A.F
(religion) the world of the dead; "he didn't want to go to hell when he died"
emphasis If you say that you will do something come hell or high water, you are emphasizing that you are determined to do it, in spite of the difficulties involved. I've always managed to get into work come hell or high water
{i} place of punishment and torture where the wicked are sent after their death; misery, torment
emphasis If you say that someone can go to hell, you are emphasizing angrily that you do not care about them and that they will not stop you doing what you want. Peter can go to hell. It's my money and I'll leave it to who I want
In some religions, hell is the place where the Devil lives, and where wicked people are sent to be punished when they die. Hell is usually imagined as being under the ground and full of flames
(Christianity) the abode of Satan and the forces of evil; where sinners suffer eternal punishment; "Hurl'd headlong To bottomless perdition, there to dwell"- John Milton; "a demon from the depths of the pit"
To bottomless perdition, there to dwell"- John Milton; "a demon from the depths of the pit"
If someone does something for the hell of it, or just for the hell of it, they do it for fun or for no particular reason. Managers seem to be spending millions just for the hell of it
emphasis Some people use the hell out of for emphasis after verbs such as `scare', `irritate', and `beat'. I patted the top of her head in the condescending way I knew irritated the hell out of her
emphasis Some people use like hell to emphasize how strong an action or quality is. It hurts like hell
emphasis If you say that a place or a situation is hell on earth or a hell on earth, you are emphasizing that it is extremely unpleasant or that it causes great suffering. She believed she would die in the snake-infested sand dunes. She said: `It was hell on earth'. = living hell
Hell is the future place of eternal punishment of the damned including the devil and his fallen angels There are several words rendered as Hell: Hades - A Greek word It is the place of the dead, the location of the person between death and resurrection (See Matt 11: 23; 16: 18; Acts 11: 27; 1 Cor 15: 55; Rev 1: 18; 6: 8) Gehenna - A Greek word It was the place where dead bodies were dumped and burned (2 Kings 23: 13-14) Jesus used the word to designate the place of eternal torment (Matt 5: 22,29,30; Mark 9: 43; Luke 12: 5) Sheol - A Hebrew word It is the place of the dead, not necessarily the grave, but the place the dead go to It is used of both the righteous (Psalm 16: 10; 30: 3; Isaiah 38: 10) and the wicked (Num 16: 33; Job 24: 19; Psalm 9: 17) Hell is a place of eternal fire (Matt 25: 41; Rev 19: 20) It was prepared for the devil and his angels (Matt 25: 41) and will be the abode of the wicked (Rev 22: 8) and the fallen angels (2 Pet 2: 4)
The idea of hell as a place of punishment burning with fire and brimstone does have some foundation in the Bible
violent and excited activity; "they began to fight like sin"
emphasis If you talk about a hell of a lot of something, or one hell of a lot of something, you mean that there is a large amount of it. The manager took a hell of a lot of money out of the club
To bottomless perdition, there to dwell"- John Milton; "a demon from the depths of the pit" a cause of difficulty and suffering; "war is hell"; "go to blazes" any place of pain and turmoil; "the hell of battle"; "the inferno of the engine room"; "when you're alone Christmas is the pits"
The place or state of punishment for the wicked after death; the abode of evil spirits
a cause of difficulty and suffering; "war is hell"; "go to blazes"
The real existence of hell is irrefutably taught in Scripture as both a place of the wicked dead and a condition of retribution for the unredeemed (e g , Ezek 3: 18; Dan 12: 2) The nature of hell is indicated by the repeated reference to eternal punishment (Matt 25: 46), eternal fire (18: 8, Jude 7), everlasting chains (Jude 6), the pit of the Abyss (Rev 9: 2, 11), outer darkness (Matt 8: 12), the wrath of God (Rom 2: 5), second death (Rev 21: 8), eternal destruction from the face of God (2 Thess 1: 9), and eternal sin (Mark 3: 29) Three basic ideas are associated with the concept of hell: absence of righteousness (Mark 3: 29), separation from God (John 3: 36), and judgment (Matt 8: 12; 25: 31-46)
emphasis Hell is used by some people when they are angry or excited, or when they want to emphasize what they are saying. `Hell, no!' the doctor snapped
emphasis If you say there'll be hell to pay, you are emphasizing that there will be serious trouble. There would be hell to pay when Ferguson and Tony found out about it
noisy and unrestrained mischief; "raising blazes"
A place into which a tailor throws his shreds, or a printer his broken type
(Christianity) the abode of Satan and the forces of evil; where sinners suffer eternal punishment; "Hurl'd headlong
The place where the wicked people and the evil angels go for punishment according to Christian teachings There are various differences in belief on - IF it is a real place WHEN people go there WHERE it exists HOW LONG Hell will last See Heaven
This word occurs eighteen times in the New Testament In nine instances the Greek word is Hades; in eight instances it is Gehenna; and in one it is Tartarus Hades: Matt xi 23, xvi 18; Luke xvi 23; Acts ii 31; 1 Cor xv 55; Rev i 18, vi 8, xx 13, 14 (See Hades ) Gehenna: Matt v 22, 29, x 28, xiii 15, xviii 9, xxiii 15, 33; James iii 6 (See Gehenna ) Tartarus: 2 Peter ii 4 (See Tartaros ) Descended into hell (Creed) means the place of the dead (Anglo-Saxon, helan, to cover or conceal, like the Greek "Hades," the abode of the dead, from the verb a-cido, not to see In both cases it means "the unseen world" or "the world concealed from sight " The god of this nether world was called "Hades" by the Greeks, and "Hel" or "Hela" by the Scandinavians In some counties of England to cover in with a roof is "to hell the building," and thatchers or tilers are termed "helliers " Lead apes in hell (See Ape )
emphasis If you say that all hell breaks loose, you are emphasizing that a lot of arguing or fighting suddenly starts. He had an affair, I found out and then all hell broke loose
Collective entities do not exist unless there are individuals that support them by allowing themselves to be manipulated by them If all of the individuals forming a collective entity were to die and ressurect within the Church, then that entity would cease to exist The collective entity has no soul It is like a parasite depending entirely on its constituents But if the individuals were to die without accepting Christ, they would still be constituents of their collective entities and they would still be under the entity's control The entity would continue to exist through the souls of the dead The fate of the individual would depend entirely on the whims of the collective entities
emphasis Some people say like hell to emphasize that they strongly disagree with you or are strongly opposed to what you say. `I'll go myself.' --- `Like hell you will!'
(Rivers of) Classic authors tell us that the Inferno is encompassed by five rivers: Acheron, Cocytus, Styx, Phlegethon, and Lethe Acheron from the Greek achos-reo, grief-flowing; Cocytus, from the Greek kokuo, to weep, supposed to be a flood of tears; Styx, from the Greek stugeo, to loathe; Phlegethon, from the Greek phleo to burn; and Lethê, from the Greek letle, oblivion Five hateful rivers round Inferno run, Grief comes the first, and then the Flood of tears, Next loathsome Styx, then liquid Flame appears, Lethe comes last, or blank oblivion E C B
feelings If you tell someone to go to hell, you are angrily telling them to go away and leave you alone. `Well, you can go to hell!' He swept out of the room
feelings You can say `what the hell' when you decide to do something in spite of the doubts that you have about it. What the hell, I thought, at least it will give the lazy old man some exercise
If you go through hell, or if someone puts you through hell, you have a very difficult or unpleasant time. All of you seem to have gone through hell making this record
emphasis If you say you hope to hell or wish to hell that something is true, you are emphasizing that you strongly hope or wish it is true. I hope to hell you're right
emphasis If you describe a place or situation as a living hell, you are emphasizing that it is extremely unpleasant. School is a living hell for some children
emphasis You can use from hell after a noun when you are emphasizing that something or someone is extremely unpleasant or evil. He's a child from hell
A gambling house
emphasis If you say that someone raises hell, you are emphasizing that they protest strongly and angrily about a situation in order to persuade other people to correct it or improve it. The only way to preserve democracy is to raise hell about its shortcomings
a place created for Satan and his angels; a place of eternal torment Hell is a created place, but it was never intended for man to go there It is a place where unbelievers are punished for their sins on earth Jesus spoke of a man who died and was tormented in hell with flames Luke 16: 19-31
H7585 she'owl, sheh-ole'; or she'ol, sheh-ole'; from H7592; hades or the world of the dead (as if a subterranean retreat), includ its accessories and inmates: --grave, hell, pit
noisy and unrestrained mischief; "raising blazes" (Christianity) the abode of Satan and the forces of evil; where sinners suffer eternal punishment; "Hurl'd headlong
Hence, any mental torment; anguish
A place where outcast persons or things are gathered A dungeon or prison; also, in certain running games, a place to which those who are caught are carried for detention
emphasis If you say that a particular situation or place is hell, you are emphasizing that it is extremely unpleasant. the hell of the Siberian labor camps = misery
any place of pain and turmoil; "the hell of battle"; "the inferno of the engine room"; "when you're alone Christmas is the pits"
emphasis You can use as hell after adjectives or some adverbs to emphasize the adjective or adverb. The men might be armed, but they sure as hell weren't trained
{ü} damn!, confound it! (used to express displeasure, irritation, etc.)
Inducement to take action Can lead us to empathy for those who are also suffering Misery, agony, frustration, feelings of helplessness The lowest state of life
In scripture, the word hell translates the Hebrew word sheol and the Greek word hades, both of which refer to the realm of the dead Before Christ, the souls of all the dead, whether wicked or righteous, went to this realm to await the Resurrection and the Judgment In popular religion, hell refers to the place of eternal torment, which is called the Lake of Fire, Tartarus, or Gehenna in scripture According to Jesus in Matthew 25: 41, this place of eternal torment was designed for the devil and his angels, not for humans Thus humans can escape this fate through repentance, forgiveness, reconciliation, justification, and sanctification
emphasis If you say `to hell with' something, you are emphasizing that you do not care about something and that it will not stop you from doing what you want to do. To hell with this, I'm getting out of here. Abode of evildoers after death, or the state of existence of souls damned to punishment after death. Most ancient religions included the concept of a place that divided the good from the evil or the living from the dead (e.g., the gloomy subterranean realm of Hades in Greek religion, or the cold and dark underworld of Nilfheim or Hel in Norse mythology). The view that hell is the final dwelling place of the damned after a last judgment is held by Zoroastrianism, Judaism, Christianity, and Islam. The Jewish concept of Gehenna as an infernal region of punishment for the wicked was the basis for the Christian vision of hell as the fiery domain of Satan and his evil angels and a place of punishment for those who die without repenting of their sins. In Hinduism hell is only one stage in the career of the soul as it passes through the phases of reincarnation. The schools of Buddhism have varying conceptions of hell, usually entailing some kind of punishment or purgatory. In Jainism, hell is a purgatory in which sinners are tormented by demons until the evil of their lives has been exhausted
To overwhelm
emphasis People sometimes use the hell for emphasis in questions, after words such as `what', `where', and `why', often in order to express anger. Where the hell have you been?
gehenna
Hell no
Alternative spelling of hell no
Hell's Kitchen
A neighborhood in New York City (also known as Clinton), that was historically known for poor living conditions
Hell's Kitchen
Any neighborhood with a reputation for poverty and a large amount of crime
hell and half of Georgia
a very large region; everywhere

The hitch is that the ship is so powerful—it must be, to do the things for which it has been designed—that its twin rotors blast away Hell and half of Georgia with the turbulence it causes on landing or taking off.

hell and tommy
expression of surprise, contempt, outrage, disgust, boredom, frustration
hell hath no fury like a woman scorned
A woman will make someone suffer if they reject her
hell hounds
plural form of hell hound
hell in a cell
is a type of wrestling match in which the wrestlers are enclosed around a cage with steel
hell no
Expressing firm disagreement

Will you mow the lawn? Hell no!.

hell on earth
A very unpleasant situation; torment, particularly when widespread
hell on wheels
Tough, aggressive, lawless, wild
hell or high water
No matter what the adverse circumstances

I am a man of my word, hell or high water.

hell or high water
Highly adverse circumstances; acts of God

Corn had to be hoed three times and plowed five in spite of hell or high water.

hell west and crooked
scattered, all over the place
hell's bells
expression of surprise, contempt, outrage, disgust, boredom, frustration
hell's teeth
an exclamation of surprise or anger
hell-for-leather
as fast as possible; recklessly fast

He rode hell-for-leather to catch up with the stagecoach.

Hell's bells and buckets of blood
(Ev ile ilgili) An exclamation of anger or surprise. (Use caution with hell.)
Hell's bells
(Ev ile ilgili) An exclamation of anger or surprise. (Use caution with hell.)
hell or high water
(deyim) Difficulties of whatever kind or size

She will stand by her convictions come hell or high water.

hell yeah
(Oyunlar) Oh Hell (also known as Up the River, Hell Yeah!, Stinky Fingers, Get Fred, Gary's Game, Diminishing Bridge, Shit On Your Neighbor, Kari's Lane, German Bridge in Hong Kong, and many variations of "Oh Hell" with euphemisms and other swearwords) is a trick-taking card game in which the object is to take exactly the number of tricks bid, unlike contract bridge and spades, where taking more tricks than bid is a loss. Its first appearance dates to the early 1930s and is sometimes credited to Geoffrey Mott-Smith
hell-for-leather
with all of one's energy, will, etc.; with wholehearted or reckless determination
hell-for-leather
at full speed or with great speed
Hell Gate
A narrow channel of the East River in New York City between Manhattan and Long Island. It was named by the Dutch navigator Adriaen Block (fl. 1610-1624), who passed through it into Long Island Sound in 1614
Hell's Angels
American club of motorcycle enthusiasts
Hell's Kitchen
{i} neighborhood in Manhattan (New York City, USA); neighborhood in Winnipeg in the province of Manitoba (Canada); extremely poor neighborhood
hell bent
{s} reckless, impulsive; determined
hell of a
heck of a, remarkable, special, extraordinary (Slang)
hell of a life
terrible living conditions
hell of a lot
very much, quite a lot
hell of a noise
terrible noise
hell on earth
horrible situation, miserable condition
hell to pay
dire consequences; "when the pig ran away there was hell to pay
hell to pay
dire consequences; "when the pig ran away there was hell to pay"
hell's kitchen
a district in Manhattan formerly noted for its slums and vice
hell-bent
recklessly determined; "hell-bent on winning
hell-bent
recklessly determined; "hell-bent on winning"
hell-bent
emphasis If you say that someone is hell-bent on doing something, you are emphasizing that they are determined to do it, even if this causes problems or difficulties for other people. He accused Ford of being hell-bent on achieving its cuts by whatever means. very determined to do something, especially something that other people do not approve of hell-bent on (doing) sth
hell-fire
fire of perdition, flames of Hell
hell-for-leather
at breakneck speed; "they were travelling hell-for-leather
hell-for-leather
at breakneck speed; "they were travelling hell-for-leather"
hell-hole
a very dirty, ugly, and unpleasant place
hell-kite
someone who is a very fierce fighter
hell-raiser
If you describe someone as a hell-raiser, you mean that they often behave in a wild and unacceptable way, especially because they have drunk too much alcohol
DLL hell
Problems caused by incompatible versions of a DLL (dynamic-link library)

Another feature of Windows 2000 or later Windows operating systems that deals with DLL Hell is file protection: system DLLs are protected.

Hella
Any of various place names (see Wikipedia for places with this name)
a cold day in Hell
An event that will never happen

Yea, that will happen if it is a cold day in hell.

all hell breaks loose
The situation becomes chaotic or characterized by conflict or rage
all hell broke loose
A great disaster happened or chaos ensued

When the fire alarm went off, all hell broke loose as the crowd made for the exits.

all over hell's half acre
All over the place; everywhere

We came back outside and the neat pile of leaves we had raked had been blown all over Hell’s half acre.

as hell
To a great extent or degree; very
bastard operator from hell
a rogue operator (system administrator, root user, superuser, host manager, system manager) who abuses users on the system that he or she operates, when he or she thinks they are annoying (being lusers)
bastard operators from hell
plural form of bastard operator from hell
bleeding hell
expression of surprise, contempt, outrage, disgust, boredom, frustration
bloody hell
placed before a verb to add emphasis to a sentence

What the bloody hell are you doing here?.

bloody hell
An expression of dismay, disgust, anger, surprise etc

He's not really eating those is he? Bloody hell! That's disgusting!.

blooming hell
expression of surprise, contempt, outrage, disgust, boredom, frustration
bullet hell
A genre of two-dimensional shoot 'em up in which the playfield is almost filled with a barrage of enemy bullets

A few of the game cabinets are connected to flat-screen TVs so bystanders can stop and ogle. Grimy VCRs are hooked up to bullet-hell shooting games.

burn in hell
Statement of anger directed at someone in contempt, especially after that individual had done something very wrong

The mother told the murder trial defendant that he could burn in hell for killing her son and taking her daughter-in-law away.

catch hell
be severely reprimanded, punished, or beaten
come hell or high water
Regardless of the hardships

The pioneers were determined to build a community in the wilderness come hell or high water.

dammit to hell
Either sick or ill

That person is dammit to hell!.

dammit to hell
Used to express anger, irritation, contempt, or disappointment

, Bob Armstrong, “”, AFTER BATTERY:Dammit to hell… The entire time I've been in the gahdam Navy, I've never known where my butt is gonna be next week.

for the hell of it
For no particular reason, just because it is fun, entertaining; for to relieve boredom

There's no big unrest; we're having a revolution just for the hell of it.

forty minutes of hell
The NCAA strategy of playing a suffocating full-court press and aggressive offense for the entirety of a game
from hell
exceptionally bad or unpleasant

The Hensley's are neighbours from hell.

fucking hell
An exclamation of great surprise

Fucking hell, that wrestler's huge.

fucking hell
An exclamation of anger

Fucking hell, why are you so bloody late?.

go through hell
To have a miserable experience

If you're going through hell, just keep going.

go to hell
Go "out the window", to be ruined, now useless

Well, that plan has gone to hell.

go to hell
Expression of anger directed at someone in contempt, especially after that individual had done something very wrong

You want me to voluntarily work the weekend without pay? Go to hell!.

go to hell
Literally, go to Hell

Why did Nancy do that to Jake? She can go to hell.

goes to hell
Third-person singular simple present indicative form of go to hell
going to hell
Present participle of go to hell
gone to hell
Past participle of go to hell
harrowing of hell
A raid into the underworld by a heroic figure
harrowings of hell
plural form of harrowing of hell
hella
Intensifier (modifies adjectives); to a large degree; extremely; exceedingly

I've been a Star Wars fan since I was hella young.

hella
Hell have

Where the hella you been?.

hella
For sure; totally; hell yeah; used as a strong affirmation of something that was just said, accomplished, or revealed

We definitely rocked that shit man! Hella!.

hella
Intensifier (modifies verbs); to a large extent; totally; very much

Oh, today's Cyrell's bday. We hella sang her happy birthday at the spot.

hella
Intensifier, signifies an abundance of a thing; much or many

There are hella people here.

hella
a lot; or, a hell of a lot

We paid hella for that Chinese cuisine.

hot as hell
A colloquial phrase used to describe anything in that could be described as hot in the extreme. Used to describe a wide variety of factors, exempli gratia temperature, spiciness of a food or aesthetically pleasing members of the opposite sex
in one hell of a hurry
in a very great hurry; very fast or hastily

He went there in one hell of a hurry..

like a bat out of hell
With crazy or excessive intensity or speed

He came tearing around the corner like a bat out of hell and nearly ran us over.

like hell
Bad or badly

It stank like hell down there.!.

like hell
In a manner that uses all of the strength, speed, or effort that a person can summon

You'd better run like hell!.

like hell
Used ironically to express the opposite of one's intentions

Me do the washing up? Like hell I will!.

living hell
A continuing state of extreme pain, punishment or torment with no seeming chance of reprieve
match made in hell
A marriage that is likely to be unhappy or abusive and unsuccessful because the two people are very incompatible with each other
match made in hell
A very unsuccessful or conflicting combination of two people or things
no screaming hell
Something that is not particularly effective or impressive; something that is below expectations

I hate to say it but Canadian television was no screaming hell before Corner Gas.

raise hell
To cause a considerable disturbance
raise unshirted hell
A superlative form of raise hell
snowball's chance in hell
Little or no likelihood of occurrence or success

That small boat has a snowball’s chance in hell of surviving the hurricane.

sodding hell
expression of surprise, contempt, outrage, disgust, boredom, frustration
the hell
Expletive used for emphasis after an interrogative word
the hell
Used to indicate emphatic rejection of an assertion

B: The hell you can!.

the hell out of
Used as an intensifier
the hell with it
Expression where someone is essentially saying, "Forget about it;" usually said in disgust or frustration

I can't understand these directions to building this doghouse because they're so poorly written. The hell with it!.

the road to hell is paved with good intentions
well-intended acts can lead to disaster
to hell in a handbasket
To a bad state of affairs quickly

I watched as the guy in charge did nothing and the whole place went to hell in a handbasket.

to hell with
A phrase used to show displeasure or disregard to something

I don't want an elephant's soul, or any soul at all! he said. For a few moments he sat despondently. Suddenly he jumped to his feet, with his eyes blazing and all the signs of intense cerebral excitement. To hell with you and your souls! he shouted. Why do you plague me about souls? Haven't I got enough to worry, and pain, to distract me already, without thinking of souls?.

until hell freezes over
forever; One will never in their life get the results that they want, no matter what they're doing involving the situation

They can be bellyaching to me about their life's problems until hell freezes over, but it doesn't mean that they'll ever get my sympathy.

went to hell
Simple past of go to hell
what the hell
An intensive form of what

What the hell is going on?.

what the hell
Why not? or Who cares?

It’s expensive, but what the hell, you only live once.

when Hell freezes over
never; not in this lifetime; not a chance

When Hell freezes over!.

what the hell
why not?; what on Earth?, what? (used to express surprise)
what the hell does she want?
what in the world does he desire?
hellishly
{a} in a hellish manner, very wickedly
hellishness
{n} abominable wickedness or behavior, great impiety, base or vile qualities
Beat the hell out of
(deyim) 1. Fig. to defeat someone very badly.2. Fig. Inf. to batter someone severely
Oh Hell
(Oyunlar) Oh Hell (also known as Up the River, Hell Yeah!, Stinky Fingers, Get Fred, Gary's Game, Diminishing Bridge, Shit On Your Neighbor, Kari's Lane, German Bridge in Hong Kong, and many variations of "Oh Hell" with euphemisms and other swearwords) is a trick-taking card game in which the object is to take exactly the number of tricks bid, unlike contract bridge and spades, where taking more tricks than bid is a loss. Its first appearance dates to the early 1930s and is sometimes credited to Geoffrey Mott-Smith
a hell of a
(deyim) A very good or bad person or thing

1. That's a hell of a way to treat someone. 2. He's a hell of a driver! Watch out! 3. He is one hell of a guy. We really like him. We had a helluva good time.

all hell breaks loose
(deyim) Suddenly there is pandemonium
all hell breaks loose
(deyim) If all hell breaks loose, a situation suddenly becomes violent and noisy, especially with people arguing or fighting

One policeman drew his gun and then suddenly all hell broke loose.

all hell broke loose
See: all hell breaks loose
all hell is let loose
(deyim) If all hell is let loose, a situation suddenly becomes violent and noisy, especially with people arguing or fighting

One policeman drew his gun and then suddenly all hell is let loose.

all hell let loose
(deyim) Suddenly there is pandemonium
as hell
(as) ... as hell INFORMAL: used to emphasize a description of an unpleasant characteristic: "She's really quite unpleasant about other people and she's as mean as hell."
bloody hell
An exclamation of surprise or frustration
feel like hell
(deyim) Feel very ill or tired
hella
Very. Use instead of wicked

That's hella cool.

like hell
(deyim) 1. Used as an intensive: "He ran like hell to catch the bus."2. Used to express strong contradiction or refusal: "He says he's going along with usLike hell he is!"
look like hell
(deyim) look very ill or tired
play hell
Create havoc or cause damage
scare the hell out of someone
(deyim) Make someone feel extremely frightened, scare someone to death

His idea of fun scares the hell out of me.

shut the hell up
Be quiet, keep quiet, hold your tongue
sure as hell
Very sure; surely
what the hell
(deyim) Said when you suddenly realize that your plan is not important to you and that you will do something else:

I was supposed to be working this evening but what the hell; I'll see you in the pub in half an hour.

Hell of
hella
Hella
A female given name, see Helen
Hella
Any of various place names
Hellish
helly
hella
Really, an intensifier of verbs
hella
A replacer of "a lot" or "helluv a lot"
hella
For sure, used to affirm what was just said
hella
Very, an intensifier of adjectives in their non-comparative form
hellish
extremely evil or cruel; expressive of cruelty or befitting hell; "something demonic in him--something that could be cruel"; "fires lit up a diabolic scene"; "diabolical sorcerers under the influence of devils"; "a fiendish despot"; "hellish torture"; "infernal instruments of war"; "satanic cruelty"; "unholy grimaces"
hellish
very unpleasant; "hellish weather"; "stop that god-awful racket"
hellish
Of or pertaining to hell; like hell; infernal; malignant; wicked; detestable; diabolical
hellish
emphasis You describe something as hellish to emphasize that it is extremely unpleasant. The atmosphere in Washington is hellish. extremely bad or difficult
hellish
as in hell, very awful
hellish
{s} horrible, dreadful, diabolical, accursed, monstrous
hellishly
dreadfully, horribly
hellishly
infernally: extremely; "infernally clever"; "hellishly dangerous"
hellishly
In a hellish manner
hellishness
{i} quality of being hellish, terribleness, awfulness
hell