Fordítások & példák
to be a bit off
nem egészen jó
Példák a szó használatára
Példamondatok a(z) "to be a bit off" 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.
EnglishHe bit off its head, spat it out, and fastened his lips upon the torn neck.
EnglishI think she was a bit off her head—in fact, I believe she went into an asylum not long after.
EnglishHe never noticed that he'd torn a bit off the label of the tube, and that it had fluttered down the crack.
EnglishNow one of 'em bit off more'n he could chew.
EnglishListen, mister- Seaton began, but then he bit off his words, and in- stead looked up at his type commander.
EnglishTrout's right ring finger somehow slipped into Dwayne's mouth, and Dwayne bit off the topmost joint.
EnglishWe've never been best buddies, you and I- That's for sure, Keeton said, and bit off the end of his cigar.
EnglishThis time it wouldn't be just his frown it bit off.
EnglishA parachute not opening - that's the way to die, getting caught in a combine, having your nuts bit off by a Laplander.
EnglishHe went up to the rebellious animal, and, still smiling, bent over him lovingly and bit off half of his right ear.
EnglishHe bit off the last sentence with such icy determination that even Balinor felt a slight shiver of excitement course through him.
EnglishShe brought them inside to Drew, who bit off a piece and chewed until it was like gruel and would not offend his stomach.
EnglishOne is looking for somewhere out of the way, a bit off the beaten track, capable of hosting about a dozen people.
EnglishWe're all a bit off our heads by now!
EnglishI xuggest that she went a bit off her onion and thought how much better the Murder Hunt would be if there was a real body.
EnglishAnd which of you bit off his finger?
EnglishThen he bit off a piece of it.
EnglishA bit off your game today.
EnglishBut one of the men burst out, and then bit off whatever else he'd been going to say and looked helplessly down at the bare table before him, face dark with anger.
EnglishI don't know much about the tariff and things of that kind, said he, but it seems to me we've got a bit off the trail so far as that note is concerned.