Fordítások & példák
Pajzsa megrepedezett, díszes kardja pedig csorba és rozsdafoltos.
Arcom bal felén apró vágás a borotválkozástól.
Példák a szó használatára
Példamondatok a(z) "nick" 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.
EnglishPresently she said: It's none of my business, Nick, but what do people think of me?
EnglishNick, along with researcher Dr. Michael Fay, collared the matriarch of the herd.
EnglishNick -- the camera, again, an automatic camera took thousands of pictures of this.
EnglishWhen we stopped in front of the Courtland she said: That's horrible, Nick.
EnglishMathematically, Dor-nick was far from being a stranger; yet they had not met before.
EnglishHonestly, Nick, I'd tell you if I knew anything at all that might help you.
EnglishNick was a homicide detective with the Yard, and Emma was in administration.
EnglishThis was Aberdeen Angus, Nick Thompson advised, as he collected the plates.
EnglishShe put her hands over her face, and her words were barely audible: I'm afraid, Nick.
EnglishIt'd be helpful for Nick to hear more of the female perspective of the sex act.
EnglishAnd Jane Goodall, making her own special connection, photographed by Nick Nichols.
EnglishNow I'm going to stop worrying and leave it all up to you, Nick.
EnglishWell, Nick, I got over it eventually... and vowed not to repeat the mistake.
EnglishThat was when Dixie was almost as big a shot as Nick the Greek in Chicago gambling.
EnglishHe came back with Nick Thompson, a former detective superintendent of the Metropolitan Police.
EnglishIn the next six months, every time Nick jerks off, he'll be picturing you.
EnglishNick, you don't think they Oh, I remember something she said while she was dressing.
EnglishAs trusted as Nick Thompson was, Jack couldn't know how much clearance he had.
EnglishHarrison Quinn opened the door and said: Come on over and play some ping-pang, Nick.
EnglishYou must really like me, Nick, or you wouldn't always be so disagreeable.