Translations & Examples
expand_more Roppant módon hat rá a ritmus és a zene.
Olyan volt, mint egy elhaló ritmus.
A forma és a ritmus silányra sikeredett, de a finek vélhetőleg jobban hallják, mint az anglik kiáltást.
Context sentences for "rhythm" in Hungarian
EnglishWe'll count together, and you'll set the rhythm for me, like rowers in a galley.
EnglishYou know that meter and rhythm were much more important to the Greeks back then.
EnglishA barbarous rhythm broke loose everywhere, the orderly chain of dancers forgotten.
EnglishTwo hands, separate, but in time with the big rhythm, working the Siamese decks.
EnglishShe ran because she wanted to run, to feel her muscles moving in vital rhythm.
EnglishDoors all have their own pace and rhythm, their own way of opening or closing.
EnglishIt jarred me worse than it ever had, and I almost lost the rhythm of my song.
EnglishWith his fingertips, he tapped the rhythm on the dash-board as I drove out of Camp's End.
EnglishPopov got his body into a rhythm similar to that of Buttermilk's and kept pace with him.
EnglishWe also know that this is part of the usual rhythm of a top negotiation.
EnglishTheir feet fell in with the rhythm of that mysterious heart; they quickened their pace.
EnglishHe seemed to have almost timed the flashes, to have gotten in rhythm with them.
EnglishWhat a beguiling rhythm it had, those wheels rolling on and on over the iron tracks.
EnglishHe began to walk again, trying to regain the easy rhythm he had practiced with his daddy.
EnglishIt must drown out the rhythm which at every moment enchants it and distracts it.
EnglishThis time he didn't break the rhythm of his step, but threw the inquiry over his shoulder.
EnglishOn a stage in back, a stripper did a slow grind to the rhythm of the country-western tune.
EnglishShe has no moral modulation, no moral rhythm, no moral patience, no moral kindness.
EnglishAnd behind me, those steps echoed to perfection the sharp shuffling rhythm of my fall.
EnglishThere was not a steady rhythm to it which caught me, but rather a general elation.
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