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Angol-magyar szótár

Hungarian-English translation for: have
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English-Hungarian Dictionary: have
to have
van vmije
to have breakfast
reggelizik
to have chills
vacog [hidegtől]
to have dinner
vacsorázik
to have fun
szórakozik
to have got
van neki
to have lunch
ebédel
to have sex
közösül
to have tea
teázikgasztr.
to have to
kell
Do you have ... ? [formal]
Van Önnek ... ?
to have / take supper
vacsorázik
to have a bath
fürdik
to have a cold
meghűlt (van)orvost.
to have a party
bulizik
to have a rest
pihen
to have a shower
letusol
to have bow legs
ó-lába van
karikalába van
to have the hiccups
csuklik
I don't have time.
Nincs időm.
I have no idea.
Fogalmam sincs.
to have a crush on sb.
bele van zúgva vkibe
to have a grudge against sb.
neheztel vkire
haragban lenni vkivel
to have a laugh at sb.
kinevet vkit
to have high blood pressure
magas a vérnyomásaorvost.
to have no business doing sth.
nincs joga ezt tenni
Have you had (your) dinner yet?
Vacsorázott már?
I have read most of the book.
A könyv nagyrészét olvastam.
I have read most of the books.
A legtöbb könyvet olvastam.
I have to go home.
Haza kell mennem.
What are we going to have for dinner / supper?
Mi lesz vacsorára?
What have we got for dinner / supper?
Mi lesz vacsorára?
You have learned your lesson, haven't you?
Ugye megtanultad a leckédet?
to have a long conversation with sb.
elbeszélget vkivel
to have one's head screwed on (the right way) [coll.]
helyén van az esze
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