Translation of infernal in Spanish:


infernal, adj.

Pronunciation /ɪnˈfərnl/ /ɪnˈfəːn(ə)l/


  • 1informal, dated

    (din/row) infernal
    (din/row) de (los) mil demonios informal
    (machine) infernal
    • From a civilian's point of view, it was an infernal nuisance.
    • It is all an infernal nuisance… it seems to me the time has arrived to set about being a man of letters.
    • No prizes for guessing what has caused this temporary regression into childhood… this damned infernal blog!
    • So as I begin to lose all confidence that this blasted infernal film will ever be made, I decide I need help.
    • I gave my wardrobe one final shove so that it was against the wall under the stairs that led into the room, darkly insulting whoever made the infernal contraption so heavy.
    • It's most annoying that you claim to be a friend of his, because I'd like to toast you for your infernal effrontery in bringing that damned amulet here.
    • Whenever I even say hello they go all red like damn raspberries and start their infernal giggling.
    • An oven cooks glass at an infernal heat, and once every second, spits a 420 gram drop of melted glass onto a mold.
    • Jerry wonders how it is that he was in this nice, bright-eyed girl-across-the-hallway's apartment this afternoon and why now, at this infernal moment, he's here, writing.
  • 2literary

    • 2.1(of hell)

      de los infiernos
      • Mapping the infernal regions of Hell and Purgatory with a geographer's precision, Botticelli takes the viewer on a journey of visceral, blood-curdling horror.
      • Scary images flash on the screen as Gene begins his incantations to the infernal minions of hell.
      • Like the first film, the second is framed by opening titles describing the Buddhist conception of the most infernal level of hell, a timeless space in which one's identity and conscience no longer has any meaning.
      • He held the nation captive and forced us to confront that which we fear most: the infernal torments of Hell itself.
      • Now here is what is interesting, the worshippers of Mithras strongly believed in a celestial heaven and an infernal hell.
      • Cuming claimed that ‘the forthcoming end of the world would be hastened by the construction of underground railways burrowing into the infernal regions and thereby disturbing the devil’.
      • With blackness all around it, these burning colours made Loch Shiel look like some lake of the infernal regions, an otherworldly vision, intense and remarkably beautiful.
      • There were splashes of flash bulbs, and infernal heat, and the button eyes of Ethel Kennedy turned to cinders.
      • So when the pair decide to create their own hell in Manhattan, and Nicky is sent to recapture them, nobody back home in the infernal regions holds out much hope.
      • His conception of the infernal regions had been actively debated throughout the sixteenth century, two opposed views having been set forth by commentators on Dante's text.
      • It is the lurid intermixture of the two that produces the illuminating blaze of the infernal regions.
      • It is rather satisfying to imagine ‘neighbours from hell’ being confronted by an actual denizen of the infernal pits.
      • He then begins a campaign of terror to ensure that his beloved gets the best parts before spiriting her away to his subterranean lair to be his infernal bride.
      • Similarly, I've never found myself in a dark wood, about the middle point in my life, and been taken through the infernal, purgatorial, and celestial realms by various and sundry guides.
      • Staggering home under the appalled stares of passers-by, a bloodied Mehmet walks a gauntlet of seething furnaces, grinding pistons and an incessant, infernal hammering.

    • 2.2(diabolical)