Translations & Examples
expand_more Kiáltozás, dulakodás, majd hirtelen villanás, és egy fénykard zömmögése.
Egy pillanattal később ordítást hallott a lépcső felől, majd dulakodás zaja hallatszott.
Dulakodás zajait hallotta.
Context sentences for "scuffle" in Hungarian
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EnglishShouting, a scuffle, then the sudden flash and drone of a lightsaber.
EnglishA moment later, he heard shouting on the stairs, and then a scuffle.
EnglishThere was a short scuffle, and in the heat of the moment they both lost their grip on the staff.
EnglishIn the scuffle, an ear appearedin Garp's mouthand Garp bit it.
EnglishIf he expected Brian to blush or scuffle, he was disappointed.
EnglishIn the scuffle, your son struck Sir George and cut him over the eye.
EnglishA scuffle ensues, as always; the boy is swiped away to crash against a table.
EnglishThere are indications that some sort of scuffle took place within these bushes, though.
EnglishWhile this was happening, the holidaymaker in the boat, with a final scuffle, did push his lady friend overboard.
EnglishNor do I recall what I saw, wandering the streets, forced every now and then to turn into an alley to avoid a scuffle.
EnglishSaul picked up the Uzi he'd dropped in the scuffle.
EnglishWell, old Watosh'll scuffle along best he can.
EnglishIn the warm, dizzying scuffle that followed there was some laughter, some sudden passion, and best of all. no time to think.
EnglishOutside he heard a scuffle of steps and muttered voices; the door opened and Sir Flews, his aide, looked into the room.
EnglishThr ee months earlier, they had been involved in a scuffle with a crack dealer at the very intersection they wer e now passing through.
EnglishFrom under the driver s seat, Joe retrieved the gun that he had taken from the white-haired storyteller after the scuffle on the beach.
EnglishMutterings÷the sound of a scuffle.
EnglishThere was a rush and a scuffle, and then the nasal tones of Mr Hiram Fish rose bland and reassuring from the window: 'No, you don't, sonny - not this way.
Englishto scuffle through a task
EnglishThere might be a scuffle.