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Hungarian-English translation for: to get ready for sth
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vkit/vmit előnyben részesítto favour sb./sth. [Br.]
Unverified ki van téve vminekto be liable to sth.
hajlamos megtenni vmitto be inclined to do sth.
pofára esik vmivelto come a cropper with sth.
támaszkodik vkire/vmire [átv.]to rely upon sb./sth.
töviről-hegyire ismer vmitto know sth. inside out
kitalál vmitto fabricate sth. [e.g. a story]
vki/vmi közvetlen közelében {adv}close to sb./sth.
meghagy vmitto keep sth. [in a certain state]
meghagy vmitto leave sth. [in a certain state]
un vkit/vmitto be bored by sb./sth.
un vkit/vmitto be weary of sb./sth.
un vkit/vmitto be tired of sb./sth.
un vkit/vmitto be sick of sb./sth.
elvi alapon csinál vmitto do sth. on principle
un vkit/vmitto be bored with sb./sth.
vkit/vmit előnyben részesítto favor sb./sth. [Am.]
lapozgat [könyvben, újságban]to flip through sth. [book, newspaper]
elvként leszögez vmitto lay sth. down as a principle
elvileg leszögez vmitto lay sth. down as a principle
van utalva vmireto be reliant on / upon sth.
Unverified nincs joga ezt tennito have no business doing sth.
Unverified tartózkodik vmitőlto abstain from sth. [e.g. alcohol, drugs]
lépést tart vkivel/vmivelto keep up with sb./sth.
Unverified érdeklődést tanúsít vmi irántto take an interest in sth.
érzékeny vmire {adj} [pl. betegség]susceptible to sth. [e.g. illness]
vminek a határain belülwithin the boundaries of sth.
un vkit/vmitto be fed up with sb./sth.
idióma elege van vmibőlto be fed up with sth. [coll.]
szándékában áll megtenni vmitto be poised to do sth.
türelmetlenül vár vmit tennito be dying to do sth.
beleüti az orrát vmibeto poke one's nose into sth.
saját zsebéből fizetito pay sth. from one's own pocket
zsebre tesz vmitto put sth. in / into one's pocket
felvesz vmit [pl. szokást, nevet]to adopt sth. [e.g. custom, name]
el van bűvölve vkitől/vmitőlto be enamoured of sb./sth. [Br.]
hátat fordít vkinek/vminekto turn one's back on sb./sth.
el van bűvölve vkitől/vmitőlto be enamored of sb./sth. [Am.]
nincs értelme vmit megtenniThere's no point (in) doing sth. [coll.]
Unverified mindent elkövet, hogy megtegyen vmitto go out of one's way to do sth.
beletörik a bicskája vmibeto come a cropper with sth.
idióma levonja a tanulságot vmibőlto learn a lesson from sth.
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