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Hungarian-English translation for: to fit into the mould of sth
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vminek a szélén {adv}on (the) verge of sth.
vminek a határán {adv}on (the) verge of sth.
Unverified vminek a hatàrain belülwithin the confines of sth.
nevetőgörcs {noun}fit of laughter
asztali {adj}of the table
zsaluzto mould
anat. kézfej {noun}back of the hand
középen {adv}in the middle (of)
avégett {prep}for the purpose of
anat. lábujjhegy {noun}point of the toe
anat. szájzug {noun}corner of the mouth
anat. lábujjhegy {noun}tip of the toe
világvége {noun}end of the world
hétköznap {noun}day of the week
orvost. gégerák {noun}cancer of the larynx
asztron. napfogyatkozás {noun}eclipse of the sun
asztron. holdfogyatkozás {noun}eclipse of the moon
orvost. kartörés {noun}fracture of the arm
anat. szájfenék {noun}base of the mouth
orvost. agyrázkódás {noun}concussion of the brain
nyomában {adv}in the wake of
közhatalom {noun}power of the state
orvost. bélrák {noun}cancer of the bowels
tetthely {noun}scene of the crime
orvost. bélgyulladás {noun}inflammation of the bowel
orvost. bélgyulladás {noun}inflammation of the intestines
orvost. csontlágyulás {noun}softening of the bones
orvost. bélrák {noun}cancer of the intestine
orvost. veserák {noun}cancer of the kidney
orvost. vesegyulladás {noun}inflammation of the kidney
orvost. szívszélhüdés {noun}beating of the heart
orvost. mellrák {noun}cancer of the breast
orvost. hólyaghurut {noun}inflammation of the bladder
tollvonás {noun}stroke of the pen
pol. államelnök {noun}president of the state
pol. államalapítás {noun}founding of the state
pol. államhatalom {noun}authority of the state
tört. zsidóüldözés {noun}persecution of the Jews
orvost. kórlefolyás {noun}progress of (the) disease
kórlefolyás {noun}course of (the) disease
újságír sajtószabadság {noun}freedom of the press
Unverified esetébenin the case of
századforduló {noun}turn of the century
levéltitok {noun}inviolability of the mail
fejléc {noun}head of the letter
századvég {noun}end of the century
égtáj {noun}point of the compass
bibl. bibliamagyarázat {noun}interpretation of the Bible
orvost. gyomorrák {noun}cancer of the stomach
világuralom {noun}domination of the world
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