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2008.08.09

meningitis  -  agyhártyagyulladás mènnin jáj tiss

retrieve a lost football - visszaszerez

run over by a car - elüt

anaphylactic shock hypersensitivity ànnəfə láktik

rash - bőrkiütés, fabrics gives him a rash

asterisk - csillag jel (*)

tuck-shop = candy store, A confectioner's shop, sweet shop

Mc Nair raced off in the direction of the Pat bishop's office

I passed on / my burden / to

aghast - Struck with fear, dread, or consternation, dismay, shock ə gáest

plaster - vakol, gipszel, vakolat, gipsz, stb. átvitt értelmben befed  "The demonstrators plastered the hallways with posters"

whalebone = halcsont, szila,

whale = bálna, Hunt for whales (nagy ember is lehet)

compelling - impozáns, lenyűgöző

sinew - ín (izom is , sinewvy = inas, izmos... a magyar nyelvben is az inas szó, az izmosra utsl)

waistcoat  - mellény

the world titled -billeg

forefinger - mutatóujj

placate - lecsillapít

make somebody less angry: to make somebody less angry, upset, or hostile, usually by doing or saying things to please him or her
[Late 17th century. < Latin placat-, past participle of placare "make calm"]

poke - bök

hang on -tatrs ki

my eardrums roared

slump - zuhan (tőszde is)

"He slumped onto the couch"

over-exertion - túlterhelt

exertion - effort

Use of physical or mental energy; hard work

"they managed only with great exertion"

 
1. strenuous effort: strenuous exercise or effort
2. strenuous actionan action that involves strenuous effort ( often used in the plural )
After his exertions in the garden, he felt he deserved a rest.
3. bringing of something to bear: the application of pressure or influence
the exertion of pressure on unsuspecting clients

fluster - felidegesít, zavar

Be flustered; behave in a confused manner

Cause to be nervous or upset

indispensable - pótolhattalan

"foods indispensable to good nutrition"

"an indispensable worker"

smug -self-satisfied:

fair to sprightly -

GP - A physician who is not a specialist but treats all illnesses

general practitioner

"körzeti" "háziorvos"

swine - hog, A person regarded as greedy and pig-like

leech:

 
1. blood-sucking worm:

2. exploiter of others:

1. transitive verb drain off something: to draw off or deplete a supply of something
2. transitive verb medicine treat somebody with leeches: to bleed a patient using leeches
3. intransitive verb exploit somebody: to cling to or take advantage of somebody, e.g. for financial support ( informal )
[ Old English lǣce]
 
leech·like adjective

dismiss - elbocsát

crag - szirt

trolley -

battered leather slippers = ütött, kopott bőr papucs,

Damaged by blows or hard usage:

"a battered old car"

"his battered old hat"

Exhibiting symptoms resulting from repeated physical and emotional injur

"a battered child"; "the battered woman syndrome"

papucs, esetleg kacsa (ágytál)

slipper animalcules = papucsállatka,

taxidermy - kitömés

hamlock -bürök

Poisonous drug derived from an Eurasian plant of the genus Conium

"Socrates refused to flee and died by drinking hemlock"

California fern (páfrány)

weft - vetemedés

portent - természeti jelenség

inconspicuous - nem feltünő

unravel - kibontakozik, megold

ravel - belegabalyodik, belebonyolidk INKÁBB: ravel out vagy az unravel használtos

to tangle or become tangled up. 2 (usually ravel something out) a to untangle, unravel or untwist it; b to resolve it; to explain it or make it clear.

hazy - fátyolos, ködös

reprimand - megrovás tell off

 

tell somebody off: to rebuke somebody for a wrongdoing


noun  (plural rep·ri·mands)
 
Definition:
 
rebuke: a rebuke given for having done something wrong

dubious - gyanús / kétes, doubtful

"dubious about agreeing to go"

dubious-looking food

"they admitted the force of my argument but remained dubious"

cram - gyömöszöl

cap crammed over my eyes

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            ostensibly -állítólagos

disgrace - megszégyenít, kegyveszít

insolent - szemtelen

rumple - bosszant, gyűr

rumpled cloth - gyűrött ruha

summon - összehív

intimidate - ,megfélemlít

enrage - felbőszít

last straw - utolsó húzás

versed in  - járatos

teeter - inbolyog

teetotal - nem iszik alkoholt

grievance - panasz (ha valami nem fair)

riddle - elsősorban rejtvény vagy rejtély, illetve rejtvény megfejtése
 VAN egy szitává lő irány is, talán a RÉBUSZ, rébuszokban beszél?

rid·dle [ rídd'l ]


noun  (plural rid·dles)
 
Definition:
 
1. word puzzle: a puzzle in the form of a question or rhyme that contains clues to its answer
2. puzzling thing: something that is puzzling or confusing


verb  (past and past participle rid·dled, present participle rid·dling, 3rd person present singular rid·dles)
 
Definition:
 
1. transitive and intransitive verb answer riddle: to find or explain the answer to a riddle
2. intransitive verb talk in riddles: to speak in an intentionally obscure way
[ Old English rǣdels< Indo-European]
 
rid·dler noun
 
riddle
  • átrostál
  • átszitál
  • megrostál
  • rejtély
  • rejtvény
  • rostál
  • szitál
  • találós kérdés
  • talány
  • talányokban beszél
riddle a dream
  • álmot megfejt
  • álmot megmagyaráz
riddle an argument
  • szétzúzza az érvelést
riddle me this!
  • ezt fejtsd meg nekem!
  • ezt magyarázd meg nekem!
riddle out a dream
  • álmot megfejt
  • álmot megmagyaráz
riddle sy`s arguments
  • darabokra szedi vki érvelését
riddle sy with bullets
  • szitává lő vkit
riddle with bullets
  • szitává lő

 

dress with greater care

patrol - járőr, patrol car

cog - fog, karima, DE inkább ki lánszem egy gépezetben

"he was a small cog in a large machine"

Tooth on the rim (széle) of gear wheel

preoccupations -elmélyedés, egyetlen fő dologm, ami foglalkoztat valakit

drag - a drag alapjelentését tudjuk vonszol. innen mindenféle akadály vagy nehezen alakuló dolog jön, unalmas, lassan haladó dolgok, lemaradás, lég ellenállás.

"don't drag me into this business"

"But in so many other areas we still are dragging" (lag, linger behind)

"He dragged me away from the television set"

"The speech dragged on for two hours"

"taxation is a drag on the economy"; "too many laws are a drag on the use of new land"

"peeling potatoes is a drag"

Clothing that is conventionally worn by the opposite sex (especially women's clothing when worn by a man)

"he went to the party dressed in drag"; "the waitresses looked like missionaries in drag"

A slow inhalation (as of tobacco smoke)

"he took a drag on his cigarette and expelled the smoke slowly"

"the drag up the hill exhausted him"

drag along, drag away, drag coefficience drag for (keresgél), drag coefficient, dragbar (vonórúd)

rally - autós rallikról hallodtunk, nos az igazi, eredeit jelentése  a rally-nek GATHER, erre rakódik rá gunyolódás vagy feljavul is (összeszedi magát)

Gather
Call to arms; of military personnel

Gather or bring together

A large gathering of people intended to arouse enthusiasm

The feat of mustering strength for a renewed effort

"he singled to start a rally in the 9th inning"

 

Return to a former condition

A marked recovery of strength or spirits during an illness

 "The stock market rallied"

Van egy egyéb jelentése: kigúnyol...

Harass with persistent criticism or carping

rally cry - csatakiáltás


rally round - köré sereglik

rattle - cörög, zörög rattle snake, átvitt értelmben: locsog

trousers left two inches - 2 inchel rövidebb

swine - sertés

benevolent - szívélyes, jóakaratú, szociálisan érzékeny

bene velle = wish well

1. kind: showing kindness or goodwill

Intending or showing kindness: "a benevolent society"

2. charitable: performing good or charitable acts and not seeking to make a profit

Showing or motivated by sympathy and understanding and generosity

Generous in providing aid to others

[15th century. Via French< Latin benevolent-, present participle of bene velle "wish well"]

faded -halvány

fade in - elhalványít

"The scene begins to fade"

blini - Russian pancake of buckwheat flour and yeast; usually served with caviar and sour cream

agonizingly - In a very painful manner

"the progress was agonizingly slow"

an agonizing decision