Translations & Examples
expand_more A szike a hosszú évek és a tizennyolc napi faragás után is borotvaéles volt, de azért mégsem fejsze.
A Szike parancsára, politikai okból.
Egy szike, egy kalaptű, egy csepp méreg.
Context sentences for "scalpel" in Hungarian
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EnglishWith the scalpel he pointed to the feature of the bug that he had just describe
EnglishScalpel in hand he circled the long table, staring at the damaged corpse.
EnglishWalking up that aisle was sort of like lifting a scalpel or something for the first time.'
EnglishWhen he was allowed back in, Corbell's scalpel-spear had been reattached.
EnglishCorbell the hunter left the hospital carrying three feet of metal spear with a scalpel at the end.
EnglishHe had tools: He had used the scalpel to carve wooden cooking implements.
EnglishThey had given him a loincloth, but they would not give him a knife to replace his scalpel-spear.
EnglishThe scalpel was razor-sharp despite age and eighteen days of blunting, but it was no ax.
EnglishThe scalpel seemed to sparkle not solely with the sheen of surgical steel but also with... magic.
English'Cutting,' Curt murmured, and caressed the edge of his scalpel down the sac's lumpy, bulging surface.
EnglishIt was like delicately searching out the gap between one stitch and the next with the point of a scalpel.
EnglishThe man swore under his breath and brought the scalpel down.
EnglishPutting down the scalpel, he turned the body over.
EnglishMany died of natural causes, of course, and therefore were not required by law to come under a coroner's probing scalpel.
EnglishCurt turned his scalpel and used the blunt side to tap the white arch above the crenellated green organ.
EnglishHis hand wrapped around the wrist of the man with the scalpel.
EnglishThe man withdrew what sounded like a scalpel from his pocket.
English00:11:53.89,00:11:57.05 Kristen, put the scalpel down.
English`Dr Mayfair, put down your scalpel,' said Lemle.
EnglishJenny kept her hand on the scalpel inside her purse; with her other hand, she held the purse tightly in her white lap.