Hell no! is "Surement pas !" in French.
Hell sync ee
As in English "on hell."
Burn in hell! (to one person) -- BrÃ»le en enfer ! -- "brewl ah[n] nah[n]-fair"If speaking to multiple people, say brÃ»lez ("brew-lay") instead of brÃ»le.
why the hell do you care
Mah - NON - gah - HEE - lah *Natives of the city of Monongahela do NOT pronounce it that way. They say: Mah-non-gah-HELL-ah
to go (infinitive) to hell > aller au diable. go to hell! (imperative) > VA au diable !
It's actually pronounced "Hell-a-na".
(Emphasis on captialised syllable) Helena can be pronounced: hell - EEN -ah HELL - enn - ah hell - AYN - ah Also, spanish H is silent, so El-eh-nah
Helfer is a German word, it means "helper" in English. You pronounce it like "hell-fer" (the first syllable like the English word "hell").
enfer oui, this is an exact translation of 'hell yes', but it is not an exclamation in French, so people might wonder what you mean.
Détendre, though in conversation most French people will use RELAXER, which is not really French, but what the hell.
I don't know that I can make it any clearer for you. - hell -m but said quite quickly.
Allez en enfer
Hell ya My answer is - that depends on the girl!
je suis en enfer
no why the hell would he do that ?!?!?!
hell! we use the word party in french! although it would be more of a "fête"..