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Results for: szívesen beszélgetnék veledTranslations 1 - 30 of 73
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bár cserélhetnék veledi wish i were in your place
bizalmasan közlöm veledthis is for your private ear
de szívesen lennék a helyedbeni wish i were in your place
ebben egyetértek veledi am with you there
ebben nem értek egyet veledi cannot go along with you
ég veled!god speed you!
egészen bizalmasan közlöm veledthis is for your private ear
egészen őszintén fogok beszélni veledi am going to be quite frank with you
el veled!shoo!
fogadok veled, hogyi'll bet you that
isten veledadieu
isten veled!cheerio!
isten veled!fare thee well!
isten veled!god speed you!
isten veled!goodby!
isten veled!goodbye!
isten veled!vale!
kezét nem szívesen beszennyezőkid-glove
mi van veled?what have you to say for yourself?
nagyon szeretnék veled többször találkoznii should love to see more of you
nem szívesenagainst the grain
nem szívesenreluctantly
nem szívesen adto begrudge
nem szívesen búcsúzik el vkitőlto be loath to part with a person
nem szívesen látottunwelcome
nem szívesen mondjato stick in one's throat
nem szívesen mondom, hogyit costs me to tell you
nem szívesen nyel le vmitto squirm
nem szívesen szánja el magát vmireto let oneself in for sg
nem szívesen tesz meg vmitto be loath to do sg
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