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an interjection of either amazed awe or sudden anger/despondency; from the terms, "Christ's wounds," and/or "Christ's blood," which were deemed sacreligious and so were shortened to "bloody;" "hell was added later to express the full extent of the emotion; originated in Great Britain
Denethor: *insane and unconsolable* Flee, flee for your liiiiives!

Gandalf: *irritated* Oh, bloody HELL! *whacks Denethor with his staff*


Hermione: *punches Malfoy in his snivelling face* Bloody hell, I've wanted to do that for ages!

Ron: Bloody hell! I think I love you.
by Betsy Jacobson October 10, 2005
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British term used to express anger, shock or suprise. Apparently translates into American as 'Dirty Hell'. Fucking yanks.
"His cock was THIS big!" - "Bloody hell!"

"It took me two and a half hours to get home today." - "Bloody hell, why?!" - "Americans run our public transport, that's why." - "Fucking yanks."

"Mommy, the dog crapped in your bed again." - "Oh, bloody hell."

by Thoams December 19, 2003
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The British equivalent of our terms of anger, surprise, etc.

Such as: "Oh, my God!" "Holy shit!" "What the fuck?!" "Whoa!" "Damn!"
Mandy: The worst news! I just heard Eddie Guerrero died.

Danielle: Bloody hell! Are you serious

Mandy: Yeah....

(They embrace each other crying.)
by Saturn's Problem Child February 17, 2008
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A very famous line from Harry Potter. It is normally said by Ron Weasley.
Ron: Bloody hell, Harry!
Ron: What the bloody hell was that all about?
Ron: Bloody hell!

Ron: Bloody hell. Whoever shed this must be 60 feet long, or more.

Ron: in own voice Bloody Hell!
Harry: We still sound like ourselves. You've got to sound more like Crabbe.
Ron: in lower voice Um... Bloody hell
Harry: Excellent.
by eLLiE49 October 06, 2009
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"Bloody Hell" is an exclusively British phrase. It's a general exclamation, which can be used in many situations. You can use it to express shock, joy, shame, sadness... whatever.
But say it with a Scottish or English accent. It sounds weird when Americans say it
"Bloody Hell, it's freezing outside".
"Bloody Hell, that's amazing".
"Bloody Hell, I feel like crap."
"Bloody Hell, get off me!"
by Scots-girl-oh-aye June 26, 2009
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Slang term with varied uses, and different meanings depending on context. Used extensively in Australia as 1:mild surprise 2:angry shock 3:mild amusement at common trouble 4:general colourful phrase added to emphasise importance of comment
1: Bloody hell, that was a good try/rally/point. (sport)
2: Bloody hell, why did you drive drunk and crash the car?
3:Bloody hell, that woman shouldn't wear tights in public.
4:Where the bloody hell are all the tourists Oprah was meant to bring us here in Oz? Are they scared off by our flaming lingo?
by ErnMalleyscrub April 16, 2011
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Ron, from Harry Potter, usually says it. It's basically his favorite phrase.

You can use this when you are either surprised or shocked at something.
Person 1: "Hey, I just realised I can fly!"
Person 2: "Bloody hell! Woah!"
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