Fordítások & példák
Példák a szó használatára
Példamondatok a(z) "rutted" 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.
EnglishBulging roots crowded, on either side, the narrow rutted gravel drive.
EnglishThe road was fringed with tall eucalyptus trees and deeply rutted.
EnglishThe travellers passed over and came upon a wide rutted track leading towards the uplands.
EnglishThey set out at dawn, riding carefully along the rutted road to avoid injury to the horses.
EnglishA lapse, and the young mans future path awaited him, deep-rutted and inevitable.
EnglishThe rutted footprints of the Red Bull were growing mellow with mallow.
EnglishHe was tempted to crush it, and let its contents drip from his fingers into this foul and rutted street.
EnglishHe rouses himself only once, as he wheels his old green Chevy into the rutted dirt parking lot beside the Coke plant.
EnglishThe left fork was rutted, narrow and poorly maintained.
EnglishA black Renault stood in the open gate of the rutted lane that led from the road toward the house.
EnglishThe road narrowed to a deep-rutted cart trail and turned east.
EnglishThe grasslands beneath the city were torn and rutted, the earth discolored with blood and littered with death.
EnglishAfter about an hour they heard the slow plodding of another horse coming up the rutted road from Emsat.
EnglishThey mounted and rode back out to the rutted track.
EnglishHolding tight to Amberle's hand, he followed the rutted line of the road as it wound through the tangle of buildings.
EnglishShe was at the end of a twisting, rutted camp road which split off from Bay Lane two miles south of here.
EnglishNarrow and heavily rutted, it ran through a village of mudbrick houses, uniformly pale in the moonlight.
EnglishThey looked dubiously at the rutted track that led up into the mountains towards Ghasek and ultimately to the seaport at Apalia.
EnglishOn the other side of the common huddled little Ansby, thatched cots and rutted streets, fields green beneath our wan English sky.
EnglishDown a narrow rutted earthen trail the big horse thundered, barely slowing as his sleek body dodged and twisted through the tangle of trunks and heavy brush.