Fordítások & példák
expand_more Bent nagy kupac szemét látszott, amit mintha nemrég megmozdítottak volna.
A bűntett, bűntett az interneten is, és ugyanígy a szemét, az szemét az interneten is.
Az emberi belsőségek és szemét alkotta sáv kiszélesedett ott, ahol találkozott a lénnyel.
Példák a szó használatára
Példamondatok a(z) "rubbish" 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.
EnglishRubbish is often found strewn around the streets and backyards in these districts.
EnglishThere seemed to be a heap of rubbish piled up just within, recently disturbed.
EnglishMr President, that was not a point of order and most of it was rubbish.
EnglishAll that about its being wrapped round a stone and thrown through the window is rubbish.
EnglishThe dirt, to start with, the piles of rubbish, the dust, the dogs, the flies.
EnglishWe cannot allow our rubbish to cause great problems elsewhere in the world.
EnglishIt assumed that God had no idea what sorts of rubbish His auditors were talking.
EnglishPoubelles full of foul rubbish opposite a house of undefined period, Taverne Nicolas Flamel.
EnglishExcept, whenever one of these people straggles in, I wonder if all of it was rubbish.
EnglishWhen I'm living here I shall take all the rubbish out and just leave one or two good pieces.
EnglishThe narrow bridge of offal and rubbish expanded where it met the golem.
EnglishAnimal feed is a classic case; it is a mishmash, a load of rubbish.
EnglishCertainly not, although on that particular subject a great deal of rubbish is in circulation.
EnglishMost people seem to confuse a beach with a public rubbish dump!
EnglishThis, naturally, has caused pile-ups of rubbish, because there is no storage space.
EnglishOh, this was rubbish, the Captain was old enough to be Camilla's father.
EnglishThere were two more stools than there had been, retrieved by Bugg from a rubbish heap.
EnglishAnd anyway, if the stylo fell into the rubbish and muck of the neck, he'd never find it.
EnglishA crime is a crime on the Internet, and in the same way rubbish is rubbish on the Internet too.
EnglishWe saw many illegal dumping sites and burning piles of rubbish.