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Results for: rossz átkelésünk volt a csatornánTranslations 1 - 30 of 600
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rossz átkelésünk volt a csatornánwe got a tossing in the channel
a darab két hónapig volt műsoronthe play had a run of two months
a darabnak nem volt sikerethe play failed to get over
a fiúcska csak ekkora voltthe little chap was only so high
a fő móka az volt, hogythe merry jest was
a hajó jól fel volt szerelvethe ship was well found
a halál torkában volthe has been very near to death's door
a jobbágy urának tulajdona voltthe serf was the chattel of the lord
a jobbszárnyuk teljesen védtelen volttheir right flank was entirely in the air
a katasztrófának sok áldozata voltthe catastrophe overtook many people
a pénz pénztárca nélkül volt a zsebébenthe money was loose in his pocket
a pénz szabadon volt a zsebébenthe money was loose in his pocket
a rossz idő miatt nem jöhettemi cound not come owing to the weather
a sír szélén volthe has been very near to death's door
a szolgáló lompos, piszkos nő voltthe maiden was a blowzy frowzy wench
a történelemdolgozat átkozottul nehéz voltthe history paper was a stinker
a történelemdolgozat kutya nehéz voltthe history paper was a stinker
a víz inkább meleg voltthe water was warm if anything
ahogy az előre látható voltas one might expect
ahogy szokta voltas was his custom
ahogy szokta voltas was his use
ajándék voltit was a gift
akár jó, akár rossz az időin rain or fine
akármilyen gonosz is voltwicked and all as he was
alighanem rosszhardly other than bad
amint helyes is voltas was only fair
amint helyes voltas was only fair
angol tudásánál csak német tudása volt gyengébbshe had small english and less german
apád nem volt üveges!is your father a glazier?
aránylag nem rossznot so bad considering
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