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Angol-magyar szótár

Hungarian-English translation for: to lose [become slow]
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Dictionary Hungarian English: to lose [become slow]

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kiakad [közb.]to go nuts [coll.] [become very angry]
elveszítto lose
lefogyto lose weight
csüggedto lose heart
eszméletét vesztito lose consciousness
elveszti az eszméletétto lose consciousness
csúnyulto lose one's good looks
szem elől tévesztto lose sight of
elmegy az eszeto lose one's mind
 
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