used when swearing at sb/sth to show that you are angry
criticize sb or sth extremely severely;declare to be bad or worthless
used for emphasizing what you are saying, especially when you are annoyed about sth
used for emphasizing what you are saying, especially when you are annoyed about sth;used for giving force to an expression, good or bad
even the smallest amount
"his promise is not worth a damn"
"not worth one red cent"
"not worth shucks"
"oh, damn (or goddamn)!"
"he's a blasted idiot"
"it's a blamed shame"
"a blame cold winter"
"not a blessed dime"
"I'll be damned (or blessed or darned or goddamned) if I'll do any such thing"
"he's a damn (or goddam or goddamned) fool"
"a deuced idiot"
"an infernal nuisance"
"you are bloody right"
"Why are you so all-fired aggressive?"
"The bad witch cursed the child"
The best terms will grow obsolete. Damns have had their day.
出自： R. B. Sheridan
It's none of your dam' business.
出自： E. Wallace
We..intended to damn well get on with it.
出自： N. Coward
You one of those damn' Yankee reporters?
出自： Douglas Stuart
We should [not] totally damn a man's character for a few faults.
出自： W. Godwin
The Fabian Society..damned all revolutionary theory and set about the propagation of a practical Socialist doctrine.
出自： W. S. Churchill
He doesn't care a damn about it.
I don't give a damn about their opinions.
我对他们的看法毫不在乎。 not care〔give〕 a damn (about) wh-clause
I don't give a damn what she thinks.
I don't give a damn what they say.
We don't give a damn whether he goes with us or not.
I don't give a damn whether you stay or leave.
I don't care a damn about what he said.