Translations & Examples
expand_more Ez egy templom, amelyiknek az ablakán rács van, a nőknek templom, de neked börtön.
A fal titánötvözet, a rács szónikus lézer.
Csak a csoszogást érzékeltem, és végül megjelent a rács előtt egy sovány, magas asszony árnyalakja.
Context sentences for "bars" in Hungarian
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EnglishIt's a church with bars on the windows, a church for women and a prison for you.
EnglishIt has also been pointed out, though, that other dissidents are still behind bars.
EnglishDennings, asked Kinderman; to frequent the bars on M. Street?
EnglishShe started climbing, hooking her boots easily into the bars, then she vanished.
EnglishTheir daemons slipped through the bars and flowed ahead of them into the garden.
EnglishAt the back was a door of thick iron bars with heavy bolts on the inner side.
EnglishTo show the men he didn't win his bars by marrying a Politburo member's niece.
EnglishHe hoped Iron Bars had not done anything precipitous, such as entering the yard alone.
EnglishI'm afraid we're not very good at bolts and bars, said Miss Blacklock cheerfully.
EnglishTell me, Iron Bars, how many of the Avowed remain among the Crimson Guard?
EnglishIron Bars was pleased And then the fifth one shook itself and straightened.
EnglishThis is particularly true in enclosed spaces, such as workplaces, bars and restaurants.
EnglishOh, he added as Bugg and Iron Bars turned to go, dear manservant, I thank you.
EnglishWell, sir, we all got our MREs, and I got me a big box of Snickers bars stashed.
EnglishScreens and bars could foil moths and maniacs, but neither could keep out bodachs.
EnglishPr = cylinder busting pressure measured during the bursting test, in bars;
EnglishPressures means the internal pressures expressed in bars (relative pressures).
EnglishIts bars were as stout as his own forearms, and studded with blunt spikes.
EnglishTwice he went into bars and managed to strike up conversations with the men next to him.
EnglishAn old hand at prison, Tiny had spent more years behind bars than out.