EUdict :: Hungarian-English dictionary

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könyv nélkül tudjato know off book
a jó isten tudjagoodness only knows
a könyv megjelentthe book is out
a pénz pénztárca nélkül volt a zsebébenthe money was loose in his pocket
ábécés könyvfirst reader
ahogy mindenki tudjaas is well known
ajánlat kikötések nélkülproposal with no strings attached
akadály nélkülsmooth
alig tudjahe little knows
alig tudja hogyanto be at a loss to
alig tudja visszafojtani türelmetlenségétto champ the bit with impatience
aligha tudjahe little knows
állandó foglalkozás nélkülat a loose end
állandó kapcsolatok nélkülat a loose end
állás nélkül vanto be on the road
amit hárman tudnak, azt mindenki tudjawhat three people know the whole world knows
aprólék nélkülsinking the offal
arcrándulás nélkül kibírta a műtétethe saw the operation through without wincing
átszállás nélkülthrough
átugorja a könyv unalmas részeitto skip the dull parts of the book
azt nem lehet csak úgy fáradság nélkül elérnithere is no royal road to sg
azt nem lehet csak úgy vesződség nélkül elérnithere is no royal road to sg
azt nem lehet fáradság nélkül megcsinálnithere's no royal road to it
azt nem lehet vesződség nélkül megcsinálnithere's no royal road to it
azt sem tudja, hol áll a fejeto be all of a dither
azt sem tudja, hol áll a fejeto get into a flap
azt sem tudja, hova legyento jump out of one's skin
azt sem tudja, hova legyen a nagy hálálkodásbanto be effusive in one's gratitude
azt sem tudja, hova legyen a nagy hálálkodásbanto be effusive in one's thanks
azt sem tudja, hova nézzenhe does not know which way to look
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