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Hungarian-English translation for: This method is generally applied
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alkalmazott {adj} {past-p}applied
megpályázott {adj} {past-p}applied to [made an application]
eljárás {noun}method
metódus {noun}method
mód {noun}method
módszer {noun}method
általában {adv}generally
rendszerint {adv}generally
általánosan elismertgenerally recognised
ez {pron}this
mostanra {adv}by this time
ma délelőtt {adv}this morning
éppen most {adv}this very moment
most egy éve {adv}this time last year
El szabad ezt vinnem?Can I take this with me?
is {adv}also
is {adv}likewise
is {adv}too
is {adv}as well
föld. Izland {noun}Iceland <.is>
..., ugye? {adv}..., is it?
bármi iswhatever
bármit iswhatever
továbbra is {adv}furthermore
vansb./sth. is
..., ugye? {adv}..., is it not?
ahogy vanas is
most is {adv}even now
végül is {adv}after all
közm. Hallgatni arany.Silence is golden.
útiszó Hogy hívnak?What is your name?
Jól van.He is doing well.
Ki az?Who is there?
Mi van?What is the matter?
akkor is, haeven though
idióma Az idő lejárt.Time is up.
Az idő pénz.Time is money.
idióma Bármi történjék is.Come what may.
Dörög az ég.It is thundering.
Esik az eső.It is raining.
mint eddig (is)as before
mint korábban (is)as before
Nagy a forgalom.Traffic is bustling.
nagyon is sokmore than enough
nagyon is sokmuch too much
Zivatar közeledik.A thunderstorm is coming up.
Az eső elállt.The rain is over.
Hány óra van?What time is it?
útiszó Mennyi az idő?What is the time?
útiszó Mennyi az idő?What time is it?
Mennyibe kerül (ez)?How much is it?
útiszó Mi a neved?What is your name?
Mi a véleménye?What is your opinion?
közm. Tévedni emberi dolog.To err is human.
nemcsak ..., hanem ... isnot only ..., but also
idióma Nekem mindegy.It is all the same to me.
Nem zsánerem.He / She is not my type.
Vacsoraidő van.It is time for dinner / supper.
idióma akárhogy is legyencome hell or high water
Itt van, ugye?He is here, isn't he?
Szorít az idő.Time is of the essence.
Ugye itt van?He is here, isn't he?
idióma Ez nekem csehül van.That is Greek to me.
Mi van a konyhában?What is in the kitchen?
zsibbadt a lábahis / her foot is all pins and needles
közm. Nem mind arany, ami fénylik.All that glitters is not gold.
 
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