dugó


dugó
 [ˈdugoː] – traffic jam
[Literally: plug; stopper]

forgalmi dugó [ˈdugoː] – traffic jam
[Literally: traffic plug; traffic stopper]

dugó [ˈdugoː]
1) plug; stopper
2) shorty (person of small stature) – also as “seggdugó” (ass-plug)

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itatja az egereket


itatja az egereket
[ˈitɑcːɑ ɑz ɛgɛrɛkɛt] – he/she is crying
[Literally::: he/she is giving drinks to the mice]
 
Miért itatod az egereket? [ˈmieːrt itɑtod ɑz ɛgɛrɛkɛt] – Why are you crying?
[Literally::: Why are you giving drinks to the mice?]
 
egér [ˈɛgeːr] – mouse
egerek [ˈɛgɛrɛk] – mice
 
Illustration: © Michaela Mašánová
 
More Hungarian words about crying here.

hétágra


hétágra süt a nap
[ˈheːtaːgrɑ ʃyt ɑ nɑp] – it’s very sunny
[Literally: the sun is roasting/baking for seven branches]
[Literally: the sun is shining onto seven branches]
[Literally: the sun is shining into seven points]

hétágra [ˈheːtaːg] – (to) very much(ly)
hét ág [ˈheːt aːg] – seven branches
ág [ˈaːg] – branch; point; sprig

sütni [ˈʃytni]
1) to bake
2) to roast
3) to shine (mainly the Sun)

nap [ˈnɑp]
1) sun
2) day

Illustration: © Michaela Mašánová

lóg az eső lába

lóg az eső lába [ˈloːg ɑz ɛʃøː laːbɑ] – it’s raining; it’s going to rain soon
(Literally::: the rain’s leg is hanging) 

lógni [ˈloːgni]
1) to dangle; to swag; to be hanging; to hang (be or remain suspended) 
2) to play truant/hooky (to miss school, work, etc. without suitable permission or excuse) 

eső [ˈɛʃøː] – rain
(Literally::: something that falls; something that is falling) 

esni [ˈɛʃni]
1) to fall
2) to rain

láb [ˈlaːb] – leg; foot

Illustration: © Michaela Mašánová