English to Chinese Dictionary


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地狱 hell / infernal / underworld / (Buddhism) Naraka
黄泉 Huáng quán the Yellow Springs / the underworld of Chinese mythology / the equivalent of Hades or Hell
阎王 Yán wáng same as 閻羅王|阎罗王 / Yama, King of Hell / translation of Sanskrit: Yama Raja
冥王 míng wáng the king of hell
幽冥 yōu míng dark / hell / netherworld / hades
活罪 huó zuì suffering / hardship / living hell
地府 hell / the nether world / Hades
阎罗 Yán luó Yama, King of Hell / translation of Sanskrit: Yama Raja
得寸进尺 cùn jìn chǐ lit. win an inch, want a foot (idiom); fig. not satisfied with small gains / give him an inch, and he'll want a mile
见鬼 jiàn guǐ absurd / strange / (interj.) curse it! / to hell with it!
火坑 huǒ kēng pit of fire / fig. living hell
鬼门关 guǐ mén guān the gates of hell
冥府 míng underworld / hell
死心塌地 xīn to be hell-bent on / dead set on sth / unswerving
大祸临头 huò lín tóu facing imminent catastrophe / calamity looms / all hell will break loose
人间地狱 rén jiān hell on earth (idiom); suffering the torments of Buddhist hell while still alive / fig. having an uncomfortable time
活见鬼 huó jiàn guǐ what the hell; preposterous
阿鼻地狱 Ā (Buddhism) the Avici Hell, the last and most painful of the eight hot hells
破罐破摔 guàn shuāi lit. to smash a pot just because it has a crack (idiom) / fig. to give up altogether after a setback; to throw one's hands up in frustration and let it all go to hell
阴曹 yīn cáo hell / the inferno
去死 go to hell! / drop dead!
撒赖 lài to make a scene / to raise hell
拔茅连茹 máo lián lit. pull up a plant and the roots follow (idiom); fig. also involving others / inextricably tangled together / Invite one and he'll tell all his friends.
摆烂 bǎi làn (neologism c. 2014) (slang) to stop striving (esp. when one knows one cannot succeed); to let it all go to hell; (sports) to tank
阎魔 Yán variant of 閻羅|阎罗[Yan2 luo2] / Yama, King of Hell / translation of Sanskrit: Yama Raja

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