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Hungarian-English translation for: Kto má maslo na hlave nech nechodí na slnko
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elektr. mért. milliamper {noun} <mA>milliampere <mA>
kém. nátrium {noun} <Na>sodium <Na>
ma {adv}today
föld. Marokkó {noun}Morocco <.ma>
ma délelőtt {adv}this morning
kém. nátrium {noun} <Na>natrium <Na> [archaic, rare] [sodium]
Na ugye!Aha!
Na ugyan!Come on!
Na ugye!There you are!
föld. Namíbia {noun}Namibia <.na>
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