Fordítások & példák
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Példák a szó használatára
Példamondatok a(z) "ably" 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.
EnglishThe human Elminster wore the kiira more ably than our heir has yet managed to.
EnglishThat's where you acquired the political skills you so ably exercise, isn't it?
EnglishHe was very ably defended and made a good impression on the jury in the witness box.
EnglishMy thanks, Lord Yeschant-and, may I say, how swiftly and ably spoken.
EnglishBond seems differently, so I'll let him do what you so ably described.
EnglishVodka, too, probably, and Colonel Giusti wouldn't have minded a snort of that at the moment.
EnglishSomehow, she said, I get the feeling it was consider-ably more .
EnglishHe was, it must be admitted, ably seconded by Bridget.
EnglishYou could probably bounce a signal off the moon if you wanted to.
EnglishThe driver was comfort-ably shut away behind glass, and the others followed in the car behind him.
EnglishI shoved the plastic-wrapped hands so deep in the rubble no one could conceiv- ably try to retrieve them.
EnglishThat will reduce their vulnerability considerably.
EnglishIt then waddles down to the ocean and swims slowly and not all that ably until it is a few meters from shore.
EnglishUltimately, the result was the horse-trading that Mr Verhofstadt has already very ably described.
EnglishAir Force helicopters from Andrews were circling overhead, prob- ably to keep news choppers away.
EnglishThe inspector said that that was prt^ably so.
EnglishGus Werner probably knows a lot about them.
EnglishMonk knew Russians are irretriev-ably racist, with an open contempt for chorniblacksmeaning anyone not pure Russian.
EnglishHere the terrain was less well-suited to the defense, and here also the Syrians appear to have been more ably led.
EnglishHis wife seconded him ably.