Translations & Examples
expand_more A maradék ég olyan színű volt, mint a rózsaszín hús.
Körbeadták a cédulákat: a maradék báli programból tépkedték ki a lapokat hozzá.
Tulajdonképpen a hulladékot égetjük, és üzemanyagként használjuk fel minden maradék hulladékot a mai reaktorokból.
Context sentences for "leftover" in Hungarian
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EnglishThe ballots were circulated; they had been hastily torn from leftover prom programs.
EnglishTables were set with party favors, dripping with left-over ice cream and birthday cake.
EnglishMadam President, the common agricultural policy is a leftover from the 20th century.
EnglishHQ had obviously given Stick the worst leftover of the fleet.
EnglishThe sky was the leftover sky-and the color of rosy flesh, as sometimes happens.
EnglishIt looks like God had some left-over skin when he was making elbow...
EnglishMaybe it was just some kind of left-over gang reflex.
EnglishYou actually burn up the waste, and you can actually use as fuel all the leftover waste from today's reactors.
EnglishRiven tucked his holy symbol under his tunic and the two of them headed downstairs to eat whatever might be leftover from breakfast.
EnglishCan't be a leftover crash from the battle, he said.
EnglishThis is the leftover, the 99 percent, where they've taken out the part they burn now, so it's called depleted uranium.
EnglishAnother assistant ventured forth with a platter of leftover shrimp and oysters, but Fitch waved him off.
EnglishSome leftover bit of detritus fell to the ground.
EnglishThere's all kinds of leftover shit in here.
EnglishHank stumbled from a tent around eight and knocked over cans and jugs until he found the leftover biscuits.
EnglishAnd some left-over takeout food.
EnglishI had some leftover wool.
EnglishAt midnight, they went to the kitchen and prepared a very late dinner, a cold meal of cheese and leftover chicken and fruit and chilled white wine.
EnglishI should also like to draw attention to a number of source measures, particularly near hospitals, and to leftover medicines.
EnglishWhy did we need to scrape together the necessary amount from left-over money instead of everyone bearing the costs of investment as well as the profit?
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