Meaning of diabolically in English:

diabolically

Pronunciation /dʌɪəˈbɒlɪk(ə)li/

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Translate diabolically into Spanish

adverb

See diabolical

as submodifier ‘a diabolically clever scheme’
  • ‘Unless, of course, you think the Bay of Bigs fiasco was actually a diabolically clever criminal conspiracy to make JFK look bad.’
  • ‘And to think we almost walked right into that diabolically clever trap!’
  • ‘Social Security is a diabolically inadequate program: if you die, the ‘contributions’ you've made to the system are forfeited, and your heirs are out of luck.’
  • ‘Even more diabolically, it kept finding and disabling or corrupting my anti-virus software, although it took me a little while to figure this out.’
  • ‘We have been treated diabolically - no one will tell us anything about redundancy pay or anything.’