adjective, adverb, verb (used with object), noun, Informal.
interjection, adjective, adverb, noun
a US variant of darn2
(also darned or darnfoolor derned or durned) Wretched; nasty; silly: sentimental songs, darnfool ditties, revival hymns
: She was darn excited
(also darn it or dern it or durn it) An exclamation of disappointment, irritation, frustration, etc: Darn, I’ve dropped my glockenspiel!
[1780s+; euphemism for damn, which is regarded by some as taboo; probably based on earlier darnation, ”damnation,” attested by 1798]
[durnd] /dɜrnd/ adjective, adverb, Informal. 1. . [durn] /dɜrn/ adjective, adverb, verb (used with object), noun, Informal. 1. 2 . /dɜːn/ interjection, adjective, adverb, noun 1. a US variant of darn2 Related Terms darn
[doo r-oh; Spanish doo-raw] /ˈdʊər oʊ; Spanish ˈdu rɔ/ noun, plural duros [doo r-ohz; Spanish doo-raws] /ˈdʊər oʊz; Spanish ˈdu rɔs/ (Show IPA) 1. a peso of Spain or Spanish America. /ˈdʊərəʊ/ noun (pl) -ros 1. the silver peso of Spain or Spanish America
[doo r-ok, dyoo r-] /ˈdʊər ɒk, ˈdyʊər-/ noun 1. one of an American breed of hardy red hogs having drooping ears. /ˈdjʊərɒk/ noun 1. an American breed of red lard pig
[doo-roh-sher] /dʊˈroʊ ʃər/ noun 1. Leo Ernest (“The Lip”) 1905–91, U.S. baseball player and manager.