Fordítások & példák
expand_more Albert kissé meghökkent, és nyomban vissza is tért a természetes beszédmódra.
kérdezett vissza Georges, kissé hökkenten.
Példák a szó használatára
Példamondatok a(z) "aback" szó használatára magyarul
Az alábbi mondatok külső forrásokból származnak és nem miden esetben ponstosak. Ennél fogva a bab.la semmilyen felelősséget vagy kötelezettséget nem vállal az itt megjelenő információkért.
EnglishAlbert looked slightly taken aback and reverted to a more natural form of speech.
EnglishKing Aillas will be on hand shortly, unless he is set aback by an offshore wind.
EnglishCaligula was taken aback and perhaps really thought that he had said hair.
EnglishNever have I seen my friend more completely taken aback than by the cabman's reply.
EnglishPoirot was slightly taken aback and she was quick enough to see it.
EnglishI was even more taken aback by the fact that this data was only to be collected from women.
EnglishHe looked slightly taken aback, then looked inquiringly at Miss Gorringe.
EnglishThe thing was so startling, and I was foolish enough to be taken aback.
EnglishMelancthe seemed taken aback by the fervor of Shimrod's remarks.
EnglishSparhawk was slightly taken aback by the lad's matter-of-fact manner.
EnglishHis voice was strangely strong and confident, and Vernon was taken aback.
EnglishThe effect was so magical that she was quite taken aback.
EnglishAs you can imagine, I was utterly taken aback by such an address.
EnglishShe spun round to find Gregory Dyson, slightly taken aback, looking apologetic.
EnglishShe seemed momentarily taken aback at his interest, then returned his gaze with steady calm.
EnglishFor a moment Inspector Raglan was taken aback by the question.
EnglishI admit I am often taken aback by some of the views expressed, but then that is what we are here for.
EnglishInitially, I was a bit taken aback by the opening remarks of the Commissioner, but then he clarified the situation.
EnglishIt was such a contrast to his restraint of a few minutes ago that Armstrong was quite taken aback.
EnglishTaken aback by Riven's onslaught, the woman tried to abort her charge.