Translations & Examples
expand_more A berendezés gyékényszőnyegekből és nád bútorokból állott.
- Gyenge nád - gondolta Feketemágia.
A túlsó oldalon az ablaknál nád sezlon.
expand_more A tál egy nyugodt felszínű, palaszínű tavat mutatott, egy nádas közepén.
A tavat nádas övezte, béka kuruttyolt.
A Boscombe Poolt sűrű erdő veszi körül, csak keskeny sávban szegélyezi rét és nádas.
Context sentences for "reed" in Hungarian
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Englishmurmured the letter-writer, dipping a reed in the inkstand.
EnglishAnd if I take a reed -- if I rub this, something very amazing happens.
EnglishAnd platting a crown of thorns, they put it upon his head, and a reed in his right hand.
EnglishAnd then back to the States to recuperate at veterans' hospitals, such as here in Walter Reed.
EnglishOne of his guards had returned to the capital, bearing the Kings Reed.
EnglishThe thin reed of fiberglass was only half an inch wide, and nearly invisible on radar.
EnglishIt's a longer double-reed than my Fizzz, richer in pastel harmonics but not so sweet.
EnglishI know what happened to that little punk you used roll with, Jay-reed.
EnglishThe Lou Reed album — a long one — came to an end, and began to recycle.
EnglishThe silent little men moored the boat, securing it with a curiously woven rope of plaited reed.
EnglishI gobbled a dry martini and hurried back through the reed curtain to the dining room.
EnglishFirst I'll do both, like we did on Donna Reed, but if it works...
EnglishI was getting ready to remind him when he said Keep your reed wet, my friend, and hustled away.
EnglishThe basin showed a still lake, its waters the color of slate, set in the midst of a reed-filled lowland.
EnglishBrys remembered seeing his eldest brother, resplendent in the garb of Sentinel, the Kings Reed at his belt.
EnglishHe sat back carefully, resting his throbbing head against a piece of woven reed backing lining the wagon wall.
EnglishAnd he that spoke with me had a measure of a reed of gold, to measure the city and the gates thereof and the wall.
EnglishWe stung them, darling, she said in a reed-thin voice.
EnglishThen bringing us into the present day is a fellow collaborator of mine and cymatics expert, John Stewart Reed.
EnglishThe President's already talked to the meatball surgeons at Walter Reed.