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Meaning & Definition of Damn in English

English

Damn

/dæm/

noun

1. Something of little value

  • "His promise is not worth a damn"
  • "Not worth one red cent"
  • "Not worth shucks"
    synonym:
  • damn
  • ,
  • darn
  • ,
  • hoot
  • ,
  • red cent
  • ,
  • shit
  • ,
  • shucks
  • ,
  • tinker's damn
  • ,
  • tinker's dam

verb

1. Wish harm upon

  • Invoke evil upon
  • "The bad witch cursed the child"
    synonym:
  • curse
  • ,
  • beshrew
  • ,
  • damn
  • ,
  • bedamn
  • ,
  • anathemize
  • ,
  • anathemise
  • ,
  • imprecate
  • ,
  • maledict

adjective

1. Used as expletives

  • "Oh, damn (or goddamn)!"
    synonym:
  • damn
  • ,
  • goddamn

2. Expletives used informally as intensifiers

  • "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"
  • "He's a damn (or goddam or goddamned) fool"
  • "A deuced idiot"
  • "An infernal nuisance"
    synonym:
  • blasted
  • ,
  • blame
  • ,
  • blamed
  • ,
  • blessed
  • ,
  • damn
  • ,
  • damned
  • ,
  • darned
  • ,
  • deuced
  • ,
  • goddam
  • ,
  • goddamn
  • ,
  • goddamned
  • ,
  • infernal

adverb

1. Extremely

  • "You are bloody right"
  • "Why are you so all-fired aggressive?"
    synonym:
  • bloody
  • ,
  • damn
  • ,
  • all-fired

Examples of using

He doesn't give a damn about that.
I don't give a damn about my CV.
I don't give a damn about it!