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I made my way in a daze

disparaging (diszpe'ridzsing) -ócsároló

twinge - szúró fájdalom

twinge of guilt -

to make up for sg - kárpótol

sulk - durcáskodni, haragzom rád

snap up - (pl. head) - felkap

crookedly - csibészesen

sit with me

the seconds ticked by - mólnak a 2. percek

tick - ketyeg

glint in his eyes - csillanás a sezmében

let the chips fall where they  may

wryly -fanyar, vagy torz

dubious - naná vagy kételkedő

keep my voice even - közömbös hangon

made your opinion on the subject of ...clear

befuddle- összezvarodik (bi'fádl)

blurt out - kikottyant

offhand tone - foghegy / kapásból /

1. casuallycasually, thoughtlessly, or spontaneously
2. without preparation: without preparation or research
Offhand, I'd say there must be 50 people in there.

1. unconcerned and uncaring: so casual, uninterested, or blunt as to appear impolite or uncaring
She was pretty offhand about the whole affair.
2. casually done: taken or made casually or without planning, usually on the spur of the moment
Only through

vacillate (veeszöléjt) - vacillál

own up to that - beismre

cryptic remarks - titokzatos megjegyzés

pent-up annoyance (enn 'ojensz) - felgyülemlett büsszúság (méreg)

held back: repressed or stifled rather than being released or freely expressed
pent-up emotions

You have got a bit of temper - könnyen felkapja vizet

double standard - kettős mérce

brood- kotlik, itt tömpreng

unscrew the lid of my lemonade

swig - nagy korty

pinkie finger  kis ujj

pushover - balek

scoff - csúfolódik

several things fell suddenly into place - HIRTELEN ÖSSZEÁLL A kép

ditch class - kerülni az iskolát

makeshift - szükségneoldás (ideiglenes) megoldás

juggle -zsonglörködik

cardboard box -karton

ominous o'minösz - vészjósló

lab jacket - laborkabát

rubber gloves -gumikesztyű

marked on - volt megjelölve / rá volt nyomtatva (pl. squares)

prong - vasvilla, agancs, vmilyen ágú


four-pronged - négyágú

hair pick - nyeles fésű, ami úgy néz ki, mint a hátvakaró

dissector -szike (igazi orvosi)

lancet (lenszit)- szike (inkább ilyen kisebb tűszerű)

1. surgery 
Same as  scalpel
2. architecture 
Same as  lancet arch
3. architecture 
Same as  lancet window

lancet fish

barb -Kép

  • bajusz
  • csorba
  • felhorgosít
  • felkampósít
  • horgas vég
  • sorja
  • szakáll
  • tapintó csáp
  • tollrost
  • tüske


1. pointed tip: a sharp point facing away from the head of an arrow, fishhook, or harpoon, designed to make it difficult to remove
2. hurtful comment: a wounding remark
3. zoology part of feather: a stiff spine that forms the framework of a feather. The barbs stick out on each side of the main shaft.
4. zoology whisker on animal's head: a growth on an animal's head like a beard or whisker
5. botany bristle of plant: a hooked projection on some plants and fruits
6.  (plural barbs or barb) fish aquarium fish: a small fish often kept in aquariums. Genera Barbus, Puntius.
7. dress medieval headdress: a white cloth headdress covering the chin and throat, worn by women in the Middle Ages

transitive verb  (past and past participle barbed, present participle barb·ing, 3rd person present singular barbs)
fit something with barb: to provide something with a barb or barbs
[14th century. Via Old French barbe "beard, appendage like a beard" < Latin barba "beard"]

spike- tüske



prick - megbök, bökő alapjelentés 

  • átszúr (picit)
  • beszúr
  • bever
  • bizsereg
  • fasz
  • felszúr
  • furdal (pl. lelkiismeret)
  • kibök
  • kipontoz
  • kiszemel
  • kitisztít
  • könnyen megsebesít
  • listára vesz
  • lóháton megy, lovagol
  • mardos 
  • megjelöl
  • megsarkantyúz
  • megsavanyodik
  • megszúr
  • megtisztít
  • ösztöke
  • ösztönöz
  • rúddal hajt
  • sarkall
  • steppel
  • szúr
  • szúrás
  • szúrással felfakaszt
  • szúrással kipukkaszt
  • tisztít 
  • tövis
  • tüske
  • tűz
  • vágtat












prick [ prik ]

verb  (past and past participle pricked, present participle prick·ing, 3rd person present singular pricks)
1. transitive verb pierce small hole in something: to puncture the surface of something, especially the skin, by piercing it lightly with something sharp and finely pointed
pricked her finger on a cactus needle
2. transitive and intransitive verb hurt in stinging way: to feel a slight stinging sensation, or cause something such as the eyes or the skin to hurt in this way
felt his eyes prick with tears
3. transitive verb suddenly cause discomfort to somebody: to make somebody feel a sudden strong unease, e.g. because of guilt or shame
His conscience began to prick him.
4. transitive verb outline something using tiny holes: to make a number of small holes in or through the surface of a board, piece of card, or fabric so as to form the outline of something
5. transitive and intransitive verb raise ears: to cause an animal's ears to stick up straight on hearing something, or stick up straight for this reason
The dog pricked its ears at the sound of its master's voice.
6. transitive verb push somebody into activity: to force or encourage somebody to start or continue with greater speed an activity or course of action
If only we could prick him into doing something.
7. transitive verb make animal move faster: to urge an animal, especially a horse, to gallop or move more quickly by digging the spurs or heels into its flank ( archaic or literary )

noun  (plural pricks)
1. quick sharp pain: a sudden twinge of pain such as that caused by a fine point being pushed into the skin
2. small puncture: a small puncture, hole, or indented mark, or an act of piercing that causes such a puncture
3. taboo term: a highly offensive term for a penis ( taboo )


4. taboo term: a highly offensive term for a man regarded as inadequate or unpleasant ( taboo

5. painful thought: a sudden unpleasant thought or feeling, often one related to a past action or event
6. pointed implement: a pointed implement or weapon, e.g. a goad ( archaic )
[ Old English prica< W Germa





jab - döf, szúr

1. punch sharply: to make a short punching movement, or push something with a short punching movement

2. make short fast punch:  to make a short fast punch at an opponent, e.g. in boxing

flip - pöccen

convulsively (kön válsziv) - (rángó)görcsösen, rángatozva, felforgató

1. jerky: sudden, jerky, or uncontrollable

2. having or producing convulsions: undergoing or producing uncontrollable jerking of the body or limbs

heave (hív) - emelkedik, dagad, stb.

my stomach heaving

  • erővel mozdít (dob. lök, hajít, húz vet, emel, emelkedik)
  • horukk
  • dagad
  • felemel
  • felemelkedik a hullámon
  • felfordul (gyomor)
  • felfúvódik
  • felpuffad
  • háborog
  • hányingere van
  • hullámzik
  • kibök (szót)
  • liheg
  • megdagad
  • megduzzad
  • oldalvást tol
  • öklendezik
  • undorodik
  • zihál
1. transitive verb move something using much effort: to pull, push, lift, or throw something heavy by exerting great physical effort, especially in a concentrated or concerted burst
We picked up the sack and heaved it into the truck.
2. intransitive verb exert physical effort in rhythmic burst: to exert great physical effort, especially in concentrated or concerted rhythmic bursts, when pulling on a rope or attempting to move something heavy
All together now, heave!
heave on a rope
3. intransitive verb rise and fall rhythmically: to rise and fall in a rhythmic or spasmodic way
After the footraces his chest was heaving.
4. transitive verb laboriously utter something: to utter a sound, especially a sigh, with a long outflow of breath or with effort and pain
We can heave a sigh of relief now that the waiting is over.
5. intransitive verb make sudden involuntary movement: to move suddenly in a violent involuntary motion, often associated with feelings of nausea
The sight made my stomach heave.
6. transitive and intransitive verb vomit: to vomit something up or try to vomit ( informal )
7.  (past hove [ hōv ]) transitive and intransitive verb nautical move ship: to move or make a ship move in a particular direction
8. intransitive verb appear: to become visible, like a ship appearing over the horizon
Gradually, the end of summer hove into sight.
9. transitive verb geology displace something horizontally: to displace rock strata or a mineral lode in a horizontal direction, usually by the intersection of other strata or another lode

noun  (plural heaves)
1. effortful burst: a burst of physical effort to pull on something or move something heavy
We gave one final heave and the tree began to topple over.
2. throw: an act of throwing something fairly heavy, or the distance something is thrown
3. up-and-down movement: a rhythmic or spasmodic movement that rises and falls
the heave of a heavy ocean swell
4. act of vomiting: an act of or attempt at vomiting ( informal )
5. geology horizontal displacement: rock strata or a lode that is displaced horizontally

Caribbean used to report fight: in Trinidad, used to report that a fight has started ( informal )
[ Old English hebban "lift" < Germanic]
heav·er noun

faint at the sight of blood  - vér látványától elájulni

water drop - csöppentő

to feel faint / are you feeling faint? to be fainted  - ájulni fogsz? elájult

internally kicking myself

tow - vontat, vonszol

edge of the walk - járdaszegély

slump over on my side - oldalra dölni

to throw up - hányni

alapjelentés: felépíteni / megszabadulni

1. transitive verb build something hastily: to erect a building or structure quickly
2. transitive and intransitive verb vomit: to vomit the contents of the stomach ( informal )
3. transitive verb abandon something: to give something up, especially something important or valuable ( informal )



to vomit / to puke - hány

puke - informális:  it makes me puke

vom·it [ vómmit ]

transitive and intransitive verb  (past and past participle vom·it·ed, present participle vom·it·ing, 3rd person present singular vom·its)
1. throw up stomach contents: to expel the contents of the stomach through the mouth as a result of a series of involuntary spasms of the stomach muscles
2. gush forth: to send something out in a forceful stream, or be ejected forcefully
to vomit curses
puke [ pyook ]

transitive and intransitive verb  (past and past participle puked, present participle puk·ing, 3rd person present singular pukes)
vomit: to vomit, or vomit something up

noun  (plural pukes)
1. something vomited: vomited food or other matter
2. act of vomiting: the vomiting up of something
[Late 16th century. Probably an imitation of the sound of vomiting]

sidewalk - járda

path for pedestriansa paved path for pedestrians alongside a street

nausea (nóziö) - hányinger / mély undor (bil·ious =nauseous)

[15th century. Via Latin< Greek nausia< naus "ship"

the nausea is already fading                                                                                                                                                                                                              
diarrhea (dájöriö) - hasmenés an attack of diarrhoe ( flux)

readhead - vöröshaj, van ilyen kacsa is

1. somebody with red hair: somebody, especially a woman, who has reddish-colored hair

2. American diving duck:  a diving duck, the male of which has a bright chestnut head. Native to: North America.  Latin name Aythya americana

cot - kiságy (gyűjtő = jelent kemingágyat camp bed  és gyerekágyat =crib is)

bustle - teszvesz, buzgolkodik, siet

corpse  - hulla

loath - utál

queasy - émelyeg /émelyít, émelytő

compress - borogatás (treatment pad), természetesen nyomást is jelent, cold compress

invalid - rokkant

stagger - tántorog

infirmary (in f'örnöri)- gyengélkedő, infirm - gyenge szóból

unfathomable - un·fath·om·a·ble [ un fáəməb'l ] (án f'áthömöbl)

- mérhetelenül (mély)

- kifürkészhettlen - expression

1. impossible to measure: too deep to be measured
unfathomable ocean depths
2. impossible to understand: impossible to understand because of being very mysterious or complicated

glum - komor, his eyes glum 

look glum

I can take care of that -ezt bízd csak rám

pout - p(á)utt -ajakbigygyesztés, duzzog

1. transitive and intransitive verb push lips outward: to push the lower lip or both lips outward in an expression of bad temper or sulkiness
2. transitive and intransitive verb adopt sexy expression: to push the lips outward in order to look sexually attractive
3. intransitive verb sulk: to show disappointment, anger, or resentment, usually in silence
still pouting because he missed the game
4. transitive verb say something sulkily: to say something with a pout
pouted that the whole thing wasn't fair

slump -süttyed

his shoulders slumpped

swoon - ájulás

fainting spells - ájulásos rosszullét / szakasz / roham

3. bout of particular illnessa period in which somebody has a particular illness or medical condition
a fainting spell

spell főbb jelentése:

1. betűzés, stb.

2. varázslat

3. rövid szakasz

to ham up - rájátszik

overactto behave, overact, or perform a role in an exaggerated showy style
always hamming it up

hamming it up just a bit - egy kicsit rá is játszottam

sweat - izzad, izzadság, I am sweating

1. moisture on skin: the clear salty liquid that passes to the surface of the skin when somebody is hot or as a result of strenuous activity, fear, anxiety, or illness
2. state of having sweat on skin: the production or secretion of sweat, e.g. during strenuous activity or illness, or a state of fear or anxiety that causes this
3. hard or boring work: hard, unpleasant, or tedious work
4. science liquid exuded to surface: drops of liquid that ooze through and collect on the surface of something, e.g. sap on a tree
5. physics moisture condensed on surface: drops of liquid that appear on the surface of something, usually by condensation of water vapor from the surrounding warmer air
6. horseracing run before race: a run that a horse has before a race, as exercise

U.S. dress two-piece sports outfit: a sweatshirt and sweatpants made of matching fabric and worn together for sport or casual activities ( informal )

1. transitive and intransitive verb perspire: to produce a clear salty liquid on the surface of the skin as a result of being hot or as a result of strenuous activity, fear, anxiety, or illness
2. transitive verb make somebody sweat: to make somebody sweat, e.g. as a medical treatment
3. transitive verb wet or mark something with sweat: to make something damp or stained with sweat
4. transitive and intransitive verb cook something in own juices: to cook something in a pan in its own juices with a small amount of fat or oil until tender, or be cooked in this way
5. transitive verb heat solder until it melts: to heat solder until it melts and runs between surfaces to bond them
6. intransitive verb work hard: to work very hard or overwork ( informal )
7. transitive verb overwork or underpay employees: to make somebody work very hard, often in poor conditions or for low wages ( informal )
8. transitive verb extort information from somebody: to force somebody to give up information, especially by relentless interrogation or physical violence ( informal )
9. intransitive verb be under stress: to be very anxious, impatient, or afraid ( informal )
He left them sweating in the corridor while he made up his mind.
10. intransitive verb suffer for wrongdoing: to suffer physically or mentally, especially as a punishment ( informal )
11. transitive and intransitive verb science exude liquid at surface: to produce or form as liquid beads by oozing through the surface of something and collecting there
12. transitive and intransitive verb science form or appear as moisture: to form as moisture on a surface, usually by condensation of water vapor from the surrounding warmer air, or produce moisture in this way
13. transitive and intransitive verb agriculture remove moisture from something: to remove moisture from something, or have moisture removed, e.g. when fermenting fruits or tobacco or when curing animal hides
[ Old English swāt< Indo-European]
sweat·less adjective
no sweat 

used to say that something can be done with ease and without foreseeable problems (slang)
We'll get it there on time. No sweat.

not requiring effort or difficulty
the no sweat way to learn a language

sheen of sweat

per·spi·ra·tion [ pùrspə ráysh'n ]




per·spire [ pər spr ] (past and past participle per·spired, present participle per·spir·ing, 3rd person present singular per·spires)

transitive and intransitive verb 
secrete sweat: to secrete fluid from the sweat glands through the pores of the skin
[Mid-17th century. Via French< Latin perspirare, literally "breathe through" < spirare "breathe"]

perspiration -(p'őrspr'esn)

per·spi·ra·tion [ pùrspə ráysh'n ]

1. fluid excreted by sweat glands: fluid lost from the body both in the form of sweat secreted by the sweat glands and as water that diffuses through the skin
2. process or act of excreting perspiration: the process or act of excreting sweat
per·spir·a·to·ry [ pər sprə tàwree ] adjective

squint - hunyorít, banzsít, sandít, ferdén néz ténylegesen és átvitt értelemben is                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                

1. intransitive verb partly close eyes: to half-close the eyes so as to see better
a photo of them squinting into the camera in bright sunlight
2. transitive and intransitive verb have eyes not looking in parallel: to have eyes that are not aligned in parallel, or move the eyes so that they are not aligned in parallel
3. intransitive verb glance aside: to glance or look at something sideways
4. intransitive verb U.S. look askance: to regard something with disapproval ( disapproving )
Congress clearly is squinting at the prospect of increased funding for the program.

carpool -autós csoport (megállpodnak ki mikor viszi a másikat, meg ilyesmi)

infinitesimal - (infinti t'eesömöl) -elenyésző, végtelenül kicsi

in·fin·i·tes·i·mal [ ìnfini téssəm'l ]

1. tiny: very small in number, amount, or degree
2. mathematics close to zero: able to assume values arbitrarily close to but greater than zero





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