Fordítások & példák
true (és: for real, forsooth, in deed, in effect, in reality, positively, really, truly, verily, sure enough)
expand_more El kell mondanom a Parlamentnek, hogy ez így igaz - ő valóban "reakciós”!
Az osztankinói tévétorony valóban Moszkva legmagasabb épülete?
- Valóban - lépett előre Gwenhwyfar is, kezét könnyedén Lancelet karján nyugtatva.
Példák a szó használatára
Példamondatok a(z) "true" 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.
EnglishThis is particularly true on some of the work that we are doing internationally.
EnglishIt is true that at the time the fund was created, this was not actually possible.
EnglishWhereupon he said, 'Oh, it's true enough - but I don't want to discuss it now.'
EnglishShe thought it out so that it would meet the case exactly, but it wasn't true.
EnglishI was aware of Brother John's true identity only because he revealed it to me.
EnglishIt can't be undone,' Dylan said, but he ardently wished that this were not true.
EnglishThis is the true Ramses the Second, right before you, known as Ramses the Great.
EnglishInspector Novikov became a source, low-level it was true, but occasionally useful.
EnglishIs it true the U.S. attorney from New Orleans was in your office this morning?
EnglishUnfortunately that much is true for both infrastructure management and investment.
EnglishAdoption of Amendment 28 reveals the true, bloodthirsty face of this Parliament.
EnglishReturns TRUE (1) if the number does not return a whole number when divided by 2.
EnglishDartweg is a Celt, true, but not all Celts are red-faced louts smelling of cheese.
EnglishIt was true, Tay thought, seating himself across from the king and next to Jerle.
EnglishIn normal cases one can place a man in his true decade with tolerable confidence.
EnglishTrue, but most of them are insecure jobs. You said productivity has now grown.
EnglishImpunity or a sense of impunity is the true source of irresponsible behaviour.
EnglishOne gets infected, it is true, by the style of a work that one has been reading.
EnglishIt is true that the outcome on biofuels is not as positive as I would have wished.
EnglishThey do not at all give the true story of egg production in the European Union.