Fordítások & példák
expand_more Az út elég széles volt ahhoz, hogy valamennyien egymás mellett menjenek, ők mégis egyesével vonultak.
Riven és Cale egymás mellett haladt tovább, de ők is elhúzódtak egymástól.
Valamivel távolabb három lovag léptetett lován egymás mellett.
Példák a szó használatára
Példamondatok a(z) "abreast" 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.
EnglishAs he waited to cross by some traffic lights, Norman and Jane drew abreast.
EnglishHe and his destrier faded and vanished even before Dodger came abreast of them.
EnglishShe had sixty giant tanks or holds, three abreast in lines of twenty, fore to aft.
EnglishIt would also make sense to speed this up in order to keep abreast of developments.
EnglishThe man had just come abreast of the boulders, looking carefully up the slope.
EnglishWe adored the railroads; we kept abreast of new inventions; indeed we invested in progress, per se.
EnglishAs he drew abreast of the racing animal, Dog grinned at him.
EnglishThen the door to the garden opened just as we came abreast of it.
EnglishThe way was wide enough for all of them to walk abreast, but they went one by one.
EnglishI undertake here and now to keep Parliament abreast of all of these developments.
EnglishThe minivan, having veered into the passing lane, increased speed and came abreast of the Corniche.
EnglishUntil they move their car, we can't drive out The men walked abreast of each other.
EnglishThis is of course a classic example of the Commission's recent failure to keep abreast of things.
EnglishRiven and Cale walked abreast, but fully five strides apart.
EnglishHe had decided to drive the Plymouth for a day or two in order to keep abreast of the competition.
EnglishThe door of the Battery opened just as we drew abreast of it and Caroline came out.
EnglishWhen we were fully abreast of the island we could see it quite plainly.
EnglishBy nightfall we were abreast of Skye and running into the Little Minch between Skye and the Hebrides.
Englishpanted Simon as he drew abreast of the Captain.
EnglishPresently the Ska contingent, riding four abreast, came into view: seasoned troops, confident but far from reckless.