Fordítások & példák
expand_more Tehát nem szükséges, hála istennek, hogy a Fowler alma a legjobb alma legyen a világon.
Corbell apró almát és alma méretű grape-fruitot reggelizett.
A rózsaszín gömbölyűség szétesett, mint egy pontosan kettévágott alma.
Példák a szó használatára
Példamondatok a(z) "apple" 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.
EnglishDown the table Gordon saw apple cobbler and an opened barrel of dried apple flakes.
EnglishBut, quite frankly, in these situations, it is all motherhood and apple pie.
EnglishMadam President, there is much of apple pie and motherhood about this report.
EnglishHe wore a saffron-coloured doublet, lavender hose, and an apple-green cloak.
EnglishHis notes and some source documents were piled next to his Apple He computer.
EnglishThen I devoured the apple, finished the first beer and drank another one after that.
EnglishIn this one she would bite a poison apple, be attacked by trolls, be eaten by tigers.
EnglishAtop that box I placed a bough, broken not cut, from our flowering crab apple tree.
EnglishHis eyes seemed to pop, staring back at Hari, while his Adam's apple bobbed ludicrously.
EnglishI once had the distinct privilege of sitting in on the Apple call center for a day.
EnglishNow Dolly Jean looks like a withered apple, but they say she is very quick.
EnglishThe Adams apple that edged through his wing collar looked harder than most peoples chins.
EnglishHe opened a bottle of apple juice and sectioned a raisin muffin to sample as he worked.
EnglishAzriim took a loud bite of his apple, glared at the peddler, and said nothing.
EnglishThe barman goggled and his Adam's apple flopped around like a headless chicken.
EnglishAnd if you really want to choke somebody, you gotta hit the Adam's apple.
EnglishIt will not apply to butter or cheese or apple juice, or even alcohol.
EnglishI sat on the earth banking that looks out over the Muddy Creek and ate an apple.
EnglishFor example, potato crosses with apple, because both are vegetable and round in shape.
EnglishA woman called Apple to complain that her mouse was squeaking -- making a squeaking noise.