Translations & Examples
expand_more Az ebédlő előtt egy lépcsősorhoz értem.
Aztán egyszer csak, bumm, mintha puskából lőttek volna ki, eltűntél az ebédlő sarkánál.
Anur lélekszakadva rohant feléjük a refektórium fell.
Context sentences for "refectory" in Hungarian
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English'if I may be permitted, I'll join you and your knights in refectory for the noon meal.'
EnglishThen, boom, you're off like a shot around the corner of the refectory.
EnglishA moment later Prince Cassander entered the refectory, with his friend Sir Camrols.
EnglishThe corridor from the portal to the refectory was lined with warriors.
EnglishThe next day, Saul was still sulking when Chris came over to him outside the refectory after lunch.
EnglishThere was a long refectory table and a good many oak chests, and some beautiful old chairs.
EnglishThough they had to walk in ranks, they nonetheless seemed to crowd around Saul as they entered the refectory for lunch.
EnglishHe found them in the empty, between-meal refectory area.
EnglishInside the Refectory, another guard took their coats.
EnglishAcross from the high school was a cluster of buildings that made up the 11 residence halls and refectory, she said.
EnglishAs the lights went up, Nigel Irvine moved to the head of the long rectangular refectory table of Wyoming pine.
EnglishAnur came running through from the refectory.
EnglishBefore the refectory, I came to a set of stone stairs.
EnglishIt was time for lunch in the campus refectory.
EnglishFor a while, monks and deputies were busy in the hallways, the refectory, the kitchen, and other nearby rooms.
EnglishThe young priest talked, and half an hour later, Dyer was table-hopping, spiking the refectory with laughter.
EnglishBut the point is this: Marilee spread out my pictures on a refectory table in his studio, and he knew what they were.
EnglishOld violins, the color of the veneer on certain old paintings, were piled in the entrance on a refectory table of anamorphic irregularity.
EnglishI turned north along the refectory, in which the monks take their meals, and no lights were aglow at one o'clock in the morning.
EnglishGordon took a moment to glance over toward the big fireplace, where the new southern recruits were being tended by the Refectory staff.
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