Hell

1. имя существительное 1) а) ад, преисподняя, геенна Синоним(ы): Hades, Gehenna б) ад, невыносимая обстановка 2) устаревшее а) игорный дом Синоним(ы): gaming house, gambling-booth б) притон 3) 'дом' (в некоторых играх) Например: go to hell! — пошёл к чёрту! there will be hell to pay — хлопот не оберёшься come hell or high water — что бы то ни было; что бы ни случилось a hell of a team — отличная команда for the hell of it — беспричинно, просто так ride hell for leather — нестись во весь опор give somebody hell — бранить кого-либо, ругать кого-либо на чём свет стоит; всыпать кому-либо по первое число - be hell on somebody - hell of a way - hell of a noise - like hell 2. глагол; то же, что и hell around гулять, кутить; вести разгульный образ жизни

Большой англо-русский словарь

Hell

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Англо-русский политехнический словарь

Hell

Идиомы со словом "hell": - all gone to hell - as hell - beat hell out of somebody - be hell bent - be hell for something - be hell on - better to reign in hell, than serve in heaven - catch hell - come hell or high water - for the hell of it - frighten hell out of somebody - get the hell out of here - give somebody hell - go through hell - go to hell in a hand-basket - hell and high water - hell broke loose - hell for leather - hell has no fury like a woman scorned - hell is paved with good intentions - a hell of a ... - a hell of a lot - a hell on earth - hell on wheels - hope to hell - in hell - like hell - merry hell - move hell - smell hell - there will be hell to pay - till hell freezes - to hell and gone - when hell freezes

Англо-русский фразеологический словарь

Hell

noun Etymology: Middle English, from Old English; akin to Old English helan to conceal, Old High German helan, Latin celare, Greek kalyptein 1. a. (1) a nether world in which the dead continue to exist ; Hades (2) the nether realm of the devil and the demons in which the damned suffer everlasting punishment — often used in curses
Example: go to hell or as a generalized term of abuse
Example: the hell with it b. Christian Science error 2b, sin 2. a. a place or state of misery, torment, or wickedness
Example: war is hell — W. T. Sherman b. a place or state of turmoil or destruction
Example: all hell broke loose c. a severe scolding; also flak, grief
Example: gave me hell for coming in late d. unrestrained fun or sportiveness
Example: the kids were full of hell — often used in the phrase for the hell of it especially to suggest action on impulse or without a serious motive
Example: decided to go for the hell of it e. an extremely unpleasant and often inescapable situation
Example: rush-hour hell 3. archaic a tailor's receptacle 4. — used as an interjection
Example: hell, I don't know! or as an intensive
Example: hurts like hell
Example: funny as hell — often used in the phrase hell of a
Example: it was one hell of a good fight or hell out of
Example: scared the hell out of him or with the or in
Example: moved way the hell up north
Example: what in hell is wrong, now?

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