English → English - abyss

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n. yawning chasm, immeasurable void; something unfathomable; abode of the dead, hell

English → Spanish - abyss

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s. abismo, barranco, desgalgadero, despeñadero, piélago, pozo, precipicio, sima

English → French - abyss

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n. abysse, fond océanique; abîme, gouffre; enfer

English → German - abyss

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n. Abgrund

English → Indonesian - abyss

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n. lubang yg dalam, neraka

English → Italian - abyss

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s. abisso, baratro; (Rel) caos; abisso infernale

English → Polish - abyss

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n. otchłań, przepaść, czeluść, głębia, bezdenność, pierwotny chaos

English → Portuguese - abyss

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s. abismo, profundeza

English → Romanian - abyss

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n. abis, prăpastie, genune, adâncime, infern, gol, haos primar, noian

English → Russian - abyss

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с. бездна, пропасть, пучина, первозданный хаос

English → Turkish - abyss

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i. derinlik, boşluk, uçurum

English → Ukrainian - abyss

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n. безодня, прірва, пучина, хаос: первісний хаос, зверть, зів, зіво, нурта

English → Dutch - abyss

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zn. afgrond

English → Greek - abyss

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ουσ. άβυσσος

English → Arabic - abyss

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‏هاوية، جهنم، اللاتكون في ما قبل الخليقة، معظم الماء‏

English → Chinese - abyss

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(名) 深渊, 地狱, 无底洞

English → Chinese - abyss

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(名) 深淵, 地獄, 無底洞

English → Hindi - abyss

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n. रसातल

English → Japanese - abyss

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(名) 底なしの深い穴; 底なしに深いもの; どん底; 地獄

English → Korean - abyss

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명. 심연, 나락의 밑바닥, 가늠할 수 없는 공간; 깊이를 알 수 없는 것; 지옥, 죽음의 구렁텅이

English → Vietnamese - abyss

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n. vực thẵm, âm phủ, địa ngục, vực sâu, đáy vực

Definition of abyss

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Noun
1. Hell; the bottomless pit; primeval chaos; a confined subterranean ocean.
2. A bottomless or unfathomed depth, gulf, or chasm; hence, any deep, immeasurable; any void space.
3. Anything infinite, immeasurable, or profound.
4. Moral depravity; vast intellectual or moral depth.
6. The center of an escutcheon.
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