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Dante's Inferno

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary EnglishDante's InfernoˌDante’s Inˈferno 🔊 🔊 the first part of dante's poem The Divine Comedy, in which he is led through different parts of hell. The phrase ‘Dante’s Inferno’ is sometimes used to describe a place where there is a lot of fire, destruction etc 🔊 When the bombing finally stopped, the city looked like Dante’s Inferno.
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