English - Latin Dictionary:

curse

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The definition of word "curse":
+2 rate 1. Conscious direction of negative energy towards a person, place, or object.
+1 rate 2. swear word; evil proclamation, imprecation; misfortune
+1 rate 3. swear; blaspheme; wish evil on someone or something
rate 4. anagram cures
rate 5. S P E A K A N G R I L Y (v), (n) - (to say) a word or expression which is not polite and shows that you are very angry with someone or something He cursed violently when he broke the glass bowl. With a curse, she picked the papers up out of the puddle. I could curse her for losing my key! We could hear him cursing and swearing as he tried to get the door open. (informal dated) Curse this dreadful traffic! He cursed the day he was born (= was very angry with himself) when he saw what a mess he was in.
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We have found the following latin words and translations for "curse":
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Conjugation of the verb "curse":
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Expressions containing "curse":
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