Fordítások & példák
expand_more A medve az, a medve, amelyik a háta mögé került, az a medve vagy egy másik...
És a medve, barátaim, a rüves-nyüves medve talán véletlenül cirkál az erdőben?
A Zapata-bajszos medve erre felemelte a levegőbe, és körbecsókolta.
Példák a szó használatára
Példamondatok a(z) "bear" 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.
EnglishBear nature is weak without custom, as bear flesh is unprotected without armor.
EnglishThe most recent proof of this was the pressure brought to bear on the US Congress.
EnglishI never knew Uthgrael thought highly of him-but that sword ye bear proves he did.
EnglishHe tried to bring his long sword to bear but she pinned his arm in a vise grip.
EnglishI'd not have summoned you to bear witness without trying to trace the man first.
EnglishI bear them in sign of the kingmaking when I was given Uther's place in this land.
EnglishWe need to bear in mind the special geographical features of the coastal regions.
EnglishCochon, Marceaux said, but the curse was lost in the roar of the Bear's engine.
EnglishHe could not bear his own deception, and, tossing the magazine away, he went out.
EnglishIs this what Gwenhwyfar cannot forgive, that I bear for him the face of the Goddess?
EnglishAnd do you think I could bear to do it against your will, subject you to the fire?
EnglishI hope the Commissioner will bear this in mind when she draws up her proposals.
EnglishThe larger army would win if it could bring its superior size and strength to bear.
EnglishI'll say this for that bear -- said John, it got the old man reading books again.
EnglishBear was next to him, still wearing her bland expression over a certain gloating.
EnglishIn addition, the polar bear is also threatened by trophy hunting and trading.
EnglishShe felt as safe with him as she'd felt with lorek Byrnison, the armored bear.
EnglishLet us bear in mind the scenes being acted out right now in our rural areas.
EnglishYet the polar bear population is actually bigger now than it was in the 1940s.
EnglishI don't mind babies around the house, but I couldn't bear the morning sickness again.'