What does "bloody hell" mean? Do you use it generally?
"Bloody hell" is a common phrase in UK English and is used to express dismay, disgust, anger or surprise. It can also be placed before a verb to add emphasis to a sentence. It is key to note that "bloody hell" is viewed as slightly rude and sometimes is even viewed as a curse word. Ex: Bloody hell! My team lost again! Ex: Bloody hell! That's disgusting. Ex: What the bloody hell are you doing here?