Complete Definition of "devilish"

English

Etymology
devil + -ish

Adjective
devilish

  1. Resembling or characteristic of a devil.

#: A devilish grin.

  1. informal Extreme.

#: Devilishly good.

Synonyms
(1) demonic, diabolic, diabolical

Translations
trans-top|resembling or characteristic of a devil
Hungarian: t|hu|ördögi, t|hu|sátáni
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Russian: t|ru|дÑÑволÑÑкий|tr=d'jávol'skij
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trans-top|extreme
Hungarian: t|hu|pokoli, t|hu|állati
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Russian: t|ru|дÑÑволÑÑкий|tr=d'jávol'skij
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ttbc|Chinese: æ¡é­è¬, æ¶é­è¬
ttbc|Dutch: duivels, duivelse
ttbc|French: diabolique m|f
ttbc|German: teuflisch
ttbc|Greek: διαβολικÏÏ m, διαβολική f, Î´Î¹Î±Î²Î¿Î»Î¹ÎºÏ n
ttbc|Hebrew: ש×× × (st'any)
ttbc|Italian: diabolico
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ttbc|Japanese: æ®å¿ãª, ãã¢ã¼ããã·ã¥ (demonisshu)
ttbc|Korean: ìë§ ê°ì
ttbc|Spanish: diabólico m, diabólica f
ttbc|Portuguese: diabólico
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