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Hungarian-English translation for: to confront sb with a lie
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azonos szinten vkivelon a par with sb.
Unverified elbeszélget vkivelto have a long conversation with sb.
hazudik vkinekto lie to sb.
cimborál vkivelto fraternize with sb.
cimborál vkivelto associate with sb.
vkihez állto stick with sb.
mérges vkireto be annoyed with sb.
kapcsolatban van vkivelto liaise with sb.
utolér vkitto catch up with sb.
kijön vkivelto get along with sb.
ismeretségben van vkivelto be acquainted with sb.
megbíz vkit vmivelto entrust sb. with sth.
ismeretséget köt vkivelto become acquainted with sb.
un vkit/vmitto be bored with sb./sth.
lépést tart vkivel/vmivelto keep up with sb./sth.
un vkit/vmitto be fed up with sb./sth.
szembesítto confront
beletörik a bicskája vmibeto come a cropper with sth.
szívszorongva {adv}with a heavy heart
vacog (a hidegtől)to quiver (with cold)
levélbarátság {noun}correspondence with a pen friend / pal
orvost. meghűléssel fekszikto be down with a cold
idióma A pokolba veled!To hell with you!
pofára esik vmivelto come a cropper with sth.
elrabolja vkinek a táskájátto snatch a bag from sb.
jog a vád alól felment vkitto clear sb. of a charge
emlékművet állít vkinek a tiszteletéreto erect a memorial in sb.'s honor [Am.]
hazugság {noun}lie [untruth]
hátradőlto lie back
hazudikto lie [deceive]
horgonyozto lie at anchor
meglátogat vkitto pay sb. a visit
neheztel vkireto owe sb. a grudge
meglátogat vkitto pay a visit to sb.
neheztel vkireto have a grudge against sb.
neheztel vkireto bear a grudge against sb.
bevezet vkit a társaságbato bring sb. out
kinevet vkitto have a laugh at sb.
haragban lenni vkivelto have a grudge against sb.
vkinek segitségére lenni [infin.]to give sb. a hand
szívességet tesz vkinekto do sb. a favour [Br.]
szívességet kér vkitőlto ask sb. a favor [Am.]
szívességet kér vkitőlto ask sb. a favour [Br.]
Unverified a háta mögött (vkinek) {adv}behind sb.'s back
szívességet tesz vkinekto do sb. a favor [Am.]
visszahelyez vkit a hivatlábato reinstate sb. in an office
szívességet kér vkitőlto ask a favor of sb. [Am.]
szívességet kér vkitőlto ask a favour of sb. [Br.]
bele van zúgva vkibeto have a crush on sb.
jog a vád alól felment vkitto drop the charges against sb.
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