Példák a szó használatára
Példamondatok a(z) "to show over" 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.
English'I hate that fuckin show, Pete says, looking over Henry's shoulder at the lunchbox.
EnglishSuch indulgence as a mother might show over her little son's absorption in his new toy.
EnglishTaking the girl’s belt buckle, he heaved her over to show the other man.
EnglishHe made some show of looking back over his shoulder and then held up one hand in the signal for a halt.
EnglishI just wanted to show that over 60 percent of the Yemeni population are 15 years and below.
EnglishIt doesn't take long before two guys here -- this one and one that will show up over here -- start to fight.
EnglishThe most popular TV show over there is Kojak, they even show it on Sunday morning to draw people away from going to church.
EnglishHe had decided the show was over, apparently.
EnglishI mean, the show will be over by midnight, they always are, it's a town ordinance, but still .
EnglishHe punched a button, and the scene shifted to show Kratas leaning over a station on the command bridge of a new Star Destroyer.
EnglishCan you tell us why people did not show up from all over, like iron filings drawn to a magnet?
EnglishShe didn't show-- Get units over there now!
EnglishYou must show me over it sometime.
EnglishHe encouraged Tiberius to cross Livia in trifling ways, to show her that she over-estimated the strength of her position.
EnglishThey show up over the chemical plant.
EnglishMedical statistics show that over 3 million new cases and 1.7 million deaths are recorded every year in Europe.
EnglishThe vampire looked up at me and smiled, completely at ease, enjoying himself hugely, an actor on stage when the show is over.
English- Show's over out there, buddy.
EnglishThe show seems to be over.'
English'Go on in, guys,' Sandy said, then added what they always said to the lookie-loos who gathered at accident sites: 'Show's over.'