Fordítások & példák
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Példák a szó használatára
Példamondatok a(z) "arsenic" 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.
EnglishYour mistress has the look of costive asthenia, as if she were an arsenic-eater.
EnglishNo arsenic to obtain and administer - nothing definite - just - negation!
EnglishThere's no doubt that this paint is poisoning me - there's arsenic in paint, I believe.
EnglishBesides, if she wanted to commit suicide she wouldn't be likely to choose arsenic.
EnglishThe arsenic gets into the ground water and takes forever to leach out.
EnglishCome out, and next time thy heart is troubled, do not try white arsenic quite so openly.
EnglishOh, but there wasn't any arsenic in the, curry then., said Miss Marple.
EnglishAnd they wrote "Shopaholic Adulteress Swallows Arsenic After Credit Fraud."
EnglishI, too, had made him, and not with chunks of dead bodies or arsenic soap.
EnglishIf Miss Eyelesbarrow is feeding the family arsenic in their curry, she's doing it for a reason.
Englishout there and make it quite clear to them all that they're suffering from arsenic poisoning.
EnglishThe few crumbs of wedding cake that he took from here have been analysed and show traces of arsenic.
EnglishArsenic on a big scale, apparently -- but I still don't see why you come to me.
EnglishThey usually stick to arsenic because it's nice and handy to get hold of.
EnglishHell, cholesterol's just a little animal fat, it isn't arsenic.
EnglishIn Alice's world, he felt, there was no place for poisoning by arsenic.
EnglishAnd he was proved to have been an arsenic eater and she was acquitted?
EnglishNothing like arsenic for raising a little flutter in the neighbourhood.
EnglishAt Boston Mercy, in the early days of 1942, peters were usually treated with sulfa and arsenic.
EnglishA touch of arsenic improves the complexion, they say, so long as you don't have too much.