Traducción de hell en Español:


infierno, n.

Pronunciación /hɛl//hɛl/


  • 1

    • 1.1Religión

      infierno masculino
      to burn/roast in hell arder/asarse en el infierno
      • We must always remember that the purifying fires of heaven are hotter than the fires of hell.
      • The hell of this world is all the hell I will endure and it is all the heaven unbelievers will ever enjoy.
      • So God's holiness makes hell as inevitable as his love makes heaven.
      • Then the soul is sent either to heaven to enjoy the fruits of a decent life or condemned to eternal hell and damnation forever.
      • In that explanation, the hell realm was in the depths of the earth.
      • Heaven and hell are eternal states with no movement of people from one to the other.
      • It teaches that there is no eternal hell or damnation and every soul has the capacity to realize the Truth.
      • Do you want reliable answers concerning issues like life, forgiveness, death, heaven or hell?
      • If this is true, then the burning fires of hell would be the coziest place imaginable.
      • I believe I am making my own hell or heaven now and that my after life will be what I deserve.
      • All those whose names are not written in the book of life will be thrown into hell, the lake of fire, and the sentence will be eternal.
      • Like everyone else I know, I am a first-timer on this earth and can shed no light on the existence of an afterlife or heaven and hell.
      • But I'm committed to the teaching of the scriptures that there is a heaven and a hell.
      • They conceived the idea that God dwells within each person and that heaven and hell exist here and now on earth.
      • No criminal could be as cruel as the God who would consign human beings to a hell.

    • 1.2(suffering, confusion)

      three months of sheer hell tres meses horrorosos
      • I went through hell after his death sufrí muchísimo cuando murió
      • it was hell on the streets because of the strike las calles eran un verdadero infierno por la huelga
      • he got hell from his wife for staying out late su mujer le armó una buena por llegar tarde
      • to make sb's life hell hacerle la vida imposible a algn
      • they made life hell for the people next door les hacían la vida imposible a los vecinos de al lado

  • 2coloquial

    how the hell do these pieces fit together? ¿cómo demonios / diablos encajan estas piezas? coloquial
    • why the hell didn't you tell me? ¿por qué diablos no me lo dijiste?
    • I can do whatever the hell I like puedo hacer lo que me dé la real / santa gana
    • like / the hell he will/can/did/has ¡y un cuerno!
    • he can fix it — can he hell! él lo puede arreglar — ¡qué va a poder! / ¡y un cuerno!
    • get the hell out of here! ¡lárgate de aquí!
    • I wish to hell he'd shut up ¡por qué no se callará de una puñetera vez!
    • The mold, the weather, and my sinuses are conspiring to make my life a living hell.
    • For my husband and thousands like him, life really is a living hell.
    • A callous dog owner has escaped going to jail after making his pet's life a living hell of prolonged torment.
    • It's been going on for three years - it's a living hell and we've decided enough is enough.
    • It truly has been the closest thing to a living hell that I've ever experienced.
    • If you know what local television is like in the Philippines you know what a living hell it was.
    • The stories from those inside haunts anyone who hears them, and this is perhaps the closest thing to a living hell.
    • It attracts the drug trade and expands it and simply makes life a living hell.
    • It's marvellous for two days, then you feel like you're in a living hell.
    • Jail is in many ways worse anyway, with life inside being a living hell.
    • You vow you're going to make his/her life a living hell as long as you are alive.
    • I may as well live in a fiery inferno, for God's sake, because my life has become a living hell!
    • The people around him had no idea that it was really a living hell for him.
    • Why do you continue to make my life a living hell now you are dead?
    • They are suffering terribly but their mind is perfect, so it is a living hell.
    • Before long, an unspeakable hell of gunfire, death and destruction surround you.
    • He spent six weeks in a living hell all because of his thoughtlessness!
    • After the death, staff at the home became intolerably cruel to her and made her life a living hell.
    • You can say that your life has been a living hell for the last few months.
    • That girl, now that I think back, showed me that not all girls were like those ones who had made my life hell at such an impressionable age.
  • 3coloquial

    hell, that's some car! ¡caray, qué cochazo! coloquial eufemismo
    • are you coming? — hell no/yes! ¿vas a venir? — ¡ni hablar!/¡claro que sí!
    • hell's bells / (British) teeth! ¡Angela María!
    • oh hell! ¡caray!