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From the English verb damn:
damned is:
   3rd person singular (he/she/it) Preterite Indicative

damned  Adjective
  1. Translate "damned" to Spanish: condenado, maldito, cabrón, del carajo, hijo de la gran puta, hijueputa, puñetero
    English Synonyms of "damned": confounded, bally, bleeding, blinking, bloody, damn, darn
    Define meaning of "damned": Expletives used informally as intensifiers.
  2. 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.

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  3. Translate "damned" to Spanish: maldecido, condenado
    English Synonyms of "damned": condemned, accursed, doomed, foredoomed, accurst, buggered, done for
    Define meaning of "damned": In danger of the eternal punishment of hell.
  4. Poor damned souls.

  5. Translate "damned" to Spanish: condenado, damnado
    English Synonyms of "damned": condemned, doomed, foredoomed, buggered, done for, reprobate
    Define meaning of "damned": In danger of the eternal punishment of hell.
  6. Poor damned souls.

damned  Adverb
  1. Translate "damned" to Spanish: bastante
    English Synonyms of "damned": considerably, fairly, moderately, not a little, pretty, bloody, bloomin', quite
    Define meaning of "damned": Extremely.
  2. You are bloody right.
    Why are you so all-fired aggressive?

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  3. Translate "damned" to Spanish: muy
    English Synonyms of "damned": much, very, damn, darned, extremely, bleeding, bloody, blooming, ever so
    Define meaning of "damned": Very. ; To a very great degree or extent.

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damn  Verb
Plural: damns
  1. Translate "damn" to Spanish: condenar
    English Synonyms of "damn": condemn to ruination, doom, reprobate
    Define meaning of "damn": Wish harm upon; invoke evil upon.
  2. The bad witch cursed the child.

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  3. Translate "damn" to Spanish: jurar, maldecir
    English Synonyms of "damn": swear, curse, blaspheme
    Define meaning of "damn": Utter obscenities or profanities.

  4. Translate "damn" to Spanish: maldecir, echar maldiciones a
    English Synonyms of "damn": curse, call down curses on, call down evil on, imprecate evil upon, cuss, execrate, anathematize
    Define meaning of "damn": Wish harm upon; invoke evil upon.
  5. The bad witch cursed the child.

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damn  Noun
  1. Translate "damn" to Spanish: bledo
    English Synonyms of "damn": iota, whit, blite, hoot, jot, least bit, dite
    Define meaning of "damn": Something of little value.
  2. His promise is not worth a damn.
    Not worth one red cent.
    Not worth shucks.

damn  Adjective
  1. Translate "damn" to Spanish: maldito, condenado, puto, puñetero
    English Synonyms of "damn": blasted, confounded, damned, darned, bally, bloody, darn
    Define meaning of "damn": Expletives used informally as intensifiers. ; Used as expletives.
  2. 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.
    Oh, damn (or goddamn)!

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damn  Adverb
  1. Translate "damn" to Spanish: muy
    English Synonyms of "damn": much, very, damned, darned, extremely, bleeding, bloody, blooming, ever so
    Define meaning of "damn": Very. ; To a very great degree or extent.

damn  Interjection
  1. Translate "damn" to Spanish: carajo, con mil diablos, diablos, maldición, coño, malhaya, porra, púchica
    English Synonyms of "damn": blast it, damn it, doggone, shit, blimey, doggone it
    Define meaning of "damn": Used as expletives.
  2. Oh, damn (or goddamn)!

  3. Translate "damn" to Spanish: atiza, hala, hostia, recórcholis, cha, che, hostias, mecachis, rediola, releñe
    English Synonyms of "damn": it can't be, OMG, say what, WTF, my goodness, oh my God, crikey

Verb Conjugation for "damn"
Gerund: damning

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