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en to be allowed to   »   hu valamit szabad, lehet (-hat, -het)

73 [seventy-three]

to be allowed to

to be allowed to

73 [hetvenhárom]

valamit szabad, lehet (-hat, -het)

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Are you already allowed to drive? Vez----t-- má- --t--? Vezethetsz már autót? V-z-t-e-s- m-r a-t-t- --------------------- Vezethetsz már autót? 0
Are you already allowed to drink alcohol? Ih-tsz -----l-oho-t? Ihatsz már alkoholt? I-a-s- m-r a-k-h-l-? -------------------- Ihatsz már alkoholt? 0
Are you already allowed to travel abroad alone? M-he-s---ár -g-e-------fö---? Mehetsz már egyedül külfödre? M-h-t-z m-r e-y-d-l k-l-ö-r-? ----------------------------- Mehetsz már egyedül külfödre? 0
may / to be allowed sz---- --hat, ----) szabad (-hat, -het) s-a-a- (-h-t- --e-) ------------------- szabad (-hat, -het) 0
May we smoke here? D--án-o----unk-itt? Dohányozhatunk itt? D-h-n-o-h-t-n- i-t- ------------------- Dohányozhatunk itt? 0
Is smoking allowed here? Sz-b-d--t--do---yoz--? Szabad itt dohányozni? S-a-a- i-t d-h-n-o-n-? ---------------------- Szabad itt dohányozni? 0
May one pay by credit card? (-za-a-) ---e--i-t -----kár---va--f-z--n-? (Szabad) Lehet itt hitelkártyával fizetni? (-z-b-d- L-h-t i-t h-t-l-á-t-á-a- f-z-t-i- ------------------------------------------ (Szabad) Lehet itt hitelkártyával fizetni? 0
May one pay by cheque / check (am.)? (S----d)-Le--t-it- -se-kel -ize--i? (Szabad) Lehet itt csekkel fizetni? (-z-b-d- L-h-t i-t c-e-k-l f-z-t-i- ----------------------------------- (Szabad) Lehet itt csekkel fizetni? 0
May one only pay in cash? C--k k--z---z--l l-he---iz--ni? Csak készpénzzel lehet fizetni? C-a- k-s-p-n-z-l l-h-t f-z-t-i- ------------------------------- Csak készpénzzel lehet fizetni? 0
May I just make a call? S---a--telefon---o-? Szabad telefonálnom? S-a-a- t-l-f-n-l-o-? -------------------- Szabad telefonálnom? 0
May I just ask something? K-rde--ete--v-la-i-? Kérdezhetek valamit? K-r-e-h-t-k v-l-m-t- -------------------- Kérdezhetek valamit? 0
May I just say something? Mon--a--k-v-lami-? Mondhatok valamit? M-n-h-t-k v-l-m-t- ------------------ Mondhatok valamit? 0
He is not allowed to sleep in the park. Nem-a-u-h-- a -a-kba-. Nem aludhat a parkban. N-m a-u-h-t a p-r-b-n- ---------------------- Nem aludhat a parkban. 0
He is not allowed to sleep in the car. N------d--- a- ------n. Nem aludhat az autóban. N-m a-u-h-t a- a-t-b-n- ----------------------- Nem aludhat az autóban. 0
He is not allowed to sleep at the train station. Nem--ludha- --p-ly-u-v-r-n. Nem aludhat a pályaudvaron. N-m a-u-h-t a p-l-a-d-a-o-. --------------------------- Nem aludhat a pályaudvaron. 0
May we take a seat? Leülh-tü--? Leülhetünk? L-ü-h-t-n-? ----------- Leülhetünk? 0
May we have the menu? K--hatu-- e-- --la-o-? Kaphatunk egy étlapot? K-p-a-u-k e-y é-l-p-t- ---------------------- Kaphatunk egy étlapot? 0
May we pay separately? Fizeth-t-nk--ül-n? Fizethetünk külön? F-z-t-e-ü-k k-l-n- ------------------ Fizethetünk külön? 0

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