what ever

what ever(
A phrase is a group of words commonly used together (e.g once upon a time).
1. (general)
a. demonios
What ever happened to Chuck to make him steal from his mother?¿Qué demonios le pasó a Chuck para hacerle robar a su madre?
b. diablos
What ever shall we do with dogs? We can't take them with us.¿Qué rayos vamos a hacer con los perros? No nos los podemos llevar.
c. rayos
What ever am I going to do with you? Go to your room while I think about an appropriate punishment.¿Qué rayos voy a hacer contigo? Ve a tu cuarto mientras pienso en un castigo apropiado.
d. leches
What ever are we going to do to fix this mess?¿Qué leches haremos para arreglar este lío?
e. corno
Where is your sister? - What ever do I care? She's not here.¿Dónde está tu hermana? - ¿Qué corno me importa? No está aquí.
f. cuernos
What ever was he thinking when he promised to give better insurance to more people for less money?¿Qué cuernos pensaba cuando prometió dar mejores seguros a más gente por menos dinero?
This refers to an idiomatic word or phrase for which there is no word-for-word translation.
no direct translation
What ever happened to Amanda after she won the lottery?¿Qué habrá sido de la vida de Amanda después de ganar la lotería?
What ever happened to little Timmy? - He's not so little anymore. He's a professional football player.¿Qué le habrá pasado al pequeño Timmy? - Ya no es tan pequeño. Es jugador fútbol americano profesional.
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