Translations & Examples
expand_more Az olyan típusú nőkhöz tartozott, akiket a franciák olyan találóan femme-formidable-nak neveznek.
Egy biztonsági ügynök találóan egy vizespohárba töltött tűzoltófecskendő hasonlatát alkalmazta, azaz különösen hatástalan.
Teljesen egyetértek Pitagorasszal, aki találóan azt mondta, hogy "minden, amit az ember tesz az állatokkal, visszahat rá”.
Context sentences for "aptly" in Hungarian
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EnglishSeveral comments have been made in this debate that aptly demonstrate this.
EnglishThe aptly named Savage proceeded single-handedly to upset Fiji's balance of power.
EnglishRarely could the proverb about the bitter herbs have applied quite so aptly as in this case.
EnglishThe remarks that Inspector Craddock improvised to address to Edmund apply far more aptly to you.
EnglishShe was of the type that the French label so aptly a femme formidable.
EnglishIt is for the sake of these aptly mentioned principles that I voted against this text.
EnglishBut there is no single name to which I might aptly dedicate this book, unless it would be my own.
EnglishIt is counterproductive to go back to politics based on ethnic principles, as Doris Pack so aptly put it.
EnglishA security agent compared it aptly with filling a water glass with a fire hose, in other words, particularly inefficient.
EnglishShe sat forward again and reached for her backpack, her eyes moving from side to side, her expression what is aptly called wild.
EnglishI totally agree with Pythagoras, who once again quite aptly said: 'everything that humans do to the animals comes back to them'.
EnglishVery aptly put, Miss Aldin.
EnglishThe room was aptly named.
EnglishYou can take this as an expression of our determination to fight this modern form of slavery, as the previous speakers aptly described it.
EnglishAnd in this regard, the rapporteur partially approached the matter very aptly, in that she attempted to integrate the 2020 policy within the bounds of the budget.
EnglishAs one of the previous speakers very aptly pointed out, we should take into account that there is a special situation concerning immigrants on the European labour market.
EnglishWe should take care not to endanger this process and make sure that in our surge of enthusiasm we do not throw the baby out with the bathwater, as the Hungarian saying so aptly puts it.