- n. 魔鬼；淘气鬼；坏人；家伙；棘手的事
- vt. 困扰；添加辣味调料；给...做助手
- [U]魔鬼 the most powerful evil spirit, in the Christian religion
- [C]家伙,人 a person
(Judeo-Christian and Islamic religions) chief spirit of evil and adversary of God; tempter of mankind; master of Hell
an evil supernatural being
a word used in exclamations of confusion;
"what the devil"
"the deuce with it"
"the dickens you say"
a rowdy or mischievous person (usually a young man);
"he chased the young hellions out of his yard"
a cruel wicked and inhuman person
cause annoyance in; disturb, especially by minor irritations;
"Mosquitoes buzzing in my ear really bothers me"
"It irritates me that she never closes the door after she leaves"
coat or stuff with a spicy paste;
- They believed she had been possessed by devils.
- He believes in devils and witches.
- I bet you were a little devil when you were youger.
- My niece is a little devil.
- She found out her husband was a devil soon after her marriage.
- The mercy on the devil is the cruelty to the kind.
- He failed his examination, poor devil.
- I'm having a devil of a job fixing my car.
- This job is the very devil.
- The little boy devils papa for a toy.
- She devils for the writer.
- The Devil tempted Adam and Eve.
- She was possessed by a devil.
- The poor devils have been stuck at the airport for three days.
- What the devil happened?
- between the devil and the deep blue sea
进退两难 with a choice between two equally unpleasant alternatives
- devil's advocate
故意唱反调的人 person who speaks against sb/sth simply to encourage discussion
- play the very devil with
搞坏; 糟蹋 make worse or misbehave
- the devil take the hindmost
人人应自保,不可顾他人 sb should look after himself and not care about others
Black as the devill, and as treacherous.出自： T. Herbert
And wonders why the devil he got heirs.出自： Byron
The devil appears himself, Armed and accoutred, horns and hoofs and tail!出自： Browning
'That is W,' said the teacher. 'The Devil!' exclaimed the boy, 'is that W?'出自： R. W. Emerson
Wesley could not see why the devil should have all the good tunes.出自： J. E. Hopkins
Jesus was then led away..into the wilderness, to be tempted by the devil.出自：New English Bible: Matthew
Who the devil do you think gave it to me?出自： J. Gores
Devil take the hindmost (a motto of selfish competition). Give the Devil his due. Needs must when the Devil drives. Talk of the Devil (and he is bound to appear) (said when someone arrives just after being mentioned). The Devil can quote Scripture for his own ends. The Devil finds work for idle hands to do. The Devil is not so black as he is painted. The Devil looks after his own.出自：Proverbs
- demon 魔鬼
- fiend 魔鬼
- ogre 食人魔鬼
- monster 怪物
- fury 愤怒
- ELF elf: 小精灵
- villain 坏人
- rascal 淘气鬼
- scamp 无赖
- scoundrel 无赖
- brute 畜生
- rile 激怒
- irritate 激怒
- chafe 擦痛
- rag 破布
- dickens <口> 魔鬼
- lucifer 魔鬼
- gravel 碎石
- nettle 荨麻
- deuce 两点
- bother 烦扰
- daemon 半神半人的精灵...
- Old Nick 妖魔
- satan 撒旦(魔鬼)
- daimon 恶魔
- vex 使恼怒
- nark 密探
- Beelzebub 魔王
- get to 到达
- get at 达到
- heller 捣蛋鬼
- annoy 使恼怒
- prince of darkness 撒旦
- hellion [口] 坏人