Translations & Examples
expand_more Egy vékony fénycsík húzódott végig a küszöb mentén.
A küszöb nedves volt a talajvíztől.
A férfi cipőjének gumisarka nyikorgott a linóleumon, a szőnyeg és a küszöb között.
Az asszony mögött ablakszilánkok és vastag kábelkötegek, amik az ablakpárkány fölött futottak.
Context sentences for "sill" in Hungarian
EnglishHe stole in over the sill like a purposeful shadow and grinned down at them.
EnglishI myself stood stark naked at a window, with my private parts just below the sill.
EnglishThe screen was gone and the place where the hook had pulled out showed on the sill.
EnglishThe lama looked forth, a hand on either sill, with eyes that shone like yellow opals.
EnglishHe turned his back on the guppies and the ornamental carp and sat on the narrow sill.
EnglishI had let myself go, and was hanging by the hands to the sill, when his blow fell.
EnglishThe inspector produced a pocket torch and flashed it along the sill outside.
EnglishI swung half of me over to the next sill, holding on to the frame of the open window.
EnglishRubber heels squeaked on the linoleum between the rug and the door sill.
EnglishDown in the sea of slightly askew chairs, a white glove gleamed on a green sill cushion.
EnglishAs she turned away to hide her tears I heard Sill's voice calling my name.
EnglishShe looked to make sure that none of his things were on the sill, then nodded.
EnglishWith his hands, he tapped out rhythms on the window sill, but he made no sound.
EnglishHe stepped out of the sill, and I heard his feet land softly on the rooftop beside the hotel.
EnglishA large freckled hand appeared on the sill of the car door at my elbow.
EnglishI tried to raise my hips, working to ease the buckle over the sill.
EnglishI swayed forward till the sill caught my thighs, holding me up.
EnglishShe was going to get her dress dirty on the dusty sill, but it didn't matter.
EnglishI could now reach in and draw a bolt that fastened the window to the sill.
EnglishHe looked behind him and then spat on the ground and put a hand on the sill of the car door.