Fordítások & példák
expand_more Loyse mohó éhséget érzett hogy mi iránt, azt nem tudta volna megmondani.
Floyt végignézett a mohó, felhevült arcokon, amikor a vendégsereg kört formált körülöttük.
Még szorosabban tapadt a férfihoz, éhesen, mohó, könyörgő szájjal.
Példák a szó használatára
Példamondatok a(z) "avid" 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.
EnglishNext is Kegan the Celt, who is as thin as a ferret and no less avid for blood.
EnglishA daze shook his brain, and for an instant he heard a murmur of avid voices .
EnglishFloyt stared at the avid faces and overbright eyes as the crowd formed a ring around them.
EnglishAt last she called out for her chamberlain, and he came to the door, avid curiosity in his face.
EnglishMr Lukashenko is an avid hockey fan and so are the citizens of Belarus.
EnglishLoyse knew an avid hunger÷for what she could not have told.
EnglishMichael was an avid reader, a film buff, and an excellent cook.
EnglishNot only was he a bookstore clerk, he was an avid fan of George Stark's.
EnglishShe moved against him, hungry, her mouth avid, entreating.
EnglishAn avid golfer, he moved from lie to lie via cart.
EnglishReagan was a nine-to-five President, and he'd been far more effective than Carter, an avid workaholic.
EnglishI'm sure you're all avid "American Idol" watchers.
EnglishA newspaper was propped up against the teapot and it was this newspaper that Mr Cust was reading with avid interest.
EnglishGnawing regret and avid guilt, remorse an unending feast.
EnglishAnd that same hunger which had drawn Simon under the rough arch in Petronius' yard into this land, was alive and avid in him once more.
EnglishThe auburn-haired boy seemed real as he looked unchalleng-ingly to Heaven, and the angels appeared avid yet sad.
EnglishIt was therefore with the most intense interest that Miss Marple sat up and indulged in a frankly avid stare.
EnglishHer dark eyes darted from pile to pile, and Loyse, putting the key into her belt purse, added fuel to that avid hunger.
EnglishHotchkiss had been an avid reader in his younger days, but Carolyn's death had killed his taste for fiction.
EnglishHis face was both scared arid avid.