English version

be damned

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishbe damnedbe damnedto be given the punishment of going to hell after you die damn
Examples from the Corpus
be damnedSmith is not, as Graham Greene might have said, man enough to be damned.They were singing in the halls, singing from their windows, just hell be damned and look out.It is enough to make you smell a rat and be damned for your cynicism.Most of them are damned, he said.She is damned if she does and damned if she doesn't.I was damned if some nineteen-year-old pipsqueak with zits and a clip-on tie was going to make me feel loathsome.Why, Seikaly was damned near fully operational.Can the church really decide if I will be eternally damned or blessed?We were damned well forcing each other to live full out.
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