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Context sentences for "rupture" in Hungarian
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EnglishA doctor from Brazil said he had never seen anyone survive a carotid artery rupture.
EnglishSo, if they fire their weapons in there, won't they rupture the cooling system?
EnglishAce screamed so loudly that he felt something in his throat strain and almost rupture.
EnglishThen they fall down and rupture a spleen or burst a bladder.
EnglishAfter many years, Latin America is again experiencing an institutional rupture.
EnglishWe have created a rupture in our trade relations and in internal cohesion.
EnglishStrike for the tender organs; rupture them; make the blood flow.
EnglishThe bullets would rupture the fuselage and depressurize the cabin, at the risk of causing the jet to crash.
EnglishDisobedience, opposition and rupture with the EU are the way forward which is in the people's interest.
EnglishBursting pressure means the minimum pressure which causes the aerosol dispenser container to burst or rupture.
English`About this power to rupture blood vessels and aortas and bring about death as if with a whispered curse.
EnglishThe hydrostatic effect alone will be to rupture the pressure tanks—ka-boom!
English-if I could rupture an artery or a heart.
EnglishWhy didn't the Argonaut have a reinforced double hull so the reef couldn't rupture the cargo's interior wall?
EnglishNo, you don't need an iceberg to rupture a hull.
EnglishBut if that cargo were ignited while still in the holds, or within a few seconds of the ships rupture, it would burn.
English- The rupture is sealed, Captain.
EnglishIf she was lucky, he would spend the whole afternoon watching men try to rupture each other's spleens and she could watch the movie in peace.
English`With the same powerful gift that you have now, to lay hands on the ill, and bring together the cells to patch the rupture, or the cancer.
EnglishAmong these active volunteers was Pomponius, who protested that he was as fit as any man in the army, in spite of his bare gums and his rupture.