Translations & Examples
expand_more Az ember sötétben ugyanúgy síel: fegyelmezetten és jól.
New Hampshirebe siel, remekül szórakozik.
Ma már senki sem síel a fizikai valójában.
Context sentences for "to ski" in Hungarian
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EnglishHe went to his room and changed from his ski suit to jeans and a sweater.
EnglishHe wore the bloodred uniform and square-toed boots of a Parachute Ski Marine.
English'Howard Renseveer was found dead in his ski chalet this morning, up in Mammoth.
EnglishIf DeVasher caught him, he was dead and they would bury him like Hodge and Kozin-ski.
EnglishThe dean, who had left his gloves at the gym, clutched Garp's ski hat in his cold hands.
EnglishTen minutes later, they were in the reception room of the Lazienski Palace.
EnglishYou can just see, there's a yellow ribbon tied to one of my ski poles.
EnglishThen I realized that my ski boots were caked with snow, which was melting on the limestone.
EnglishIn France, ski instructor is part of the more generic profession of 'sport teacher'.
EnglishIt was a sixteen-foot outboard ski rig with a heavy layer of dust over it.
EnglishOf all the bars in all the ski towns in Alaska... why'd she have to come to this one?
EnglishTurning from the empty shed, he helped the man from the Ski Patrol drag in the bleeding skier.
EnglishWe were trying to ski from this group of islands up here, Severnaya Zemlya, to the North Pole.
EnglishWhirling, he stared at a looming figure, Ski Patrol stenciled in black across a yellow parka.
EnglishEven behind the knitted ski mask his face was beginning to stiffen up and his legs were growing numb.
EnglishSnow spilled down inside his ski mask and into the collar of his parka.
EnglishI told your mom you're going on that ski trip,... and that'll at least buy us the weekend.
EnglishOkay, everybody, as the ski comes up on the beach, please give them some room.
EnglishA number of years ago, he tried to ski all the way to the North Pole.
EnglishThe snow stung harder, cold gnawing through his ski gloves.