Viszontlátásra! [ˈvisontlaːtaːʃrɑ] – Goodbye! [Literally: till we see each other again]
Viszlát! [ˈvislaːt] – Goodbye! (shorter version)
vissza [ˈvisːa] – back; backwards viszont [ˈvisont] 1) in turn; conversely 2) vice versa; in the other direction; the other way round 3) however; although; but then 4) the same to you; for you too (e.g.: – Boldog Új Évet! –Happy New Year! – Viszont! – For you too!)
látás [ˈlaːtaːʃ] – sight; vision látni [ˈlaːtni] – to see
Ott vagyunk, ahol a part szakad. [ˈotː vɑɟunk ɑhol ɑ pɑrt sɑkɑd]
Literally: We are where the shore breaks. Translation: Out of the can into the bucket. Meaning: Getting from trouble into an other one.; Out of the frying pan into the fire.; While trying to avoid a bad situation one might end up in an even worse situation.
The longer version of the phrase with the same meaning is: A vízből ugyan kijutottunk, de ott vagyunk, ahol a part szakad. [ˈɑ viːzbøːl uɟɑn kijutotːunk dɛ otː vɑɟunk ɑhol ɑ pɑrt sɑkɑd]
Literally: Though we got out of the water, we (still) are where the shore breaks.
víz [ˈviːz] – water ugyan [ˈuɟɑn] – though kijutni [ˈkijutni] – to get out; to escape de [ˈdɛ] – but ott [ˈotː] – there ahol [ˈɑhol] – (there) where part [ˈpɑrt] – shore; coast szakadni [ˈsɑkɑdni] – to break; to be torn (apart)
A 13 aradi vértanú [ˈɑ tizenhaːrom ɑradi veːrtɑnuː] – The 13 martyrs of Arad A tizenhárom aradi vértanú [ˈɑ tizenhaːrom ɑradi veːrtɑnuː] – The 13 martyrs of Arad Aradi vértanúk [ˈɑradi veːrtɑnuːk] – The martyrs of Arad
gyufa [ˈɟufɑ] – match gyufaszál [ˈɟufɑsaːl] – matchstick
gyújtófa [ˈɟuːjtoːfɑ] – match (archaic) gyújtani [ˈɟuːjtɑni]
1) to light (a fire); to spark
2) to switch on (the light)
3) to light (a cigarette)
“A noiseless match was invented in 1836 by the Hungarian János Irinyi, who was a student of chemistry. An unsuccessful experiment by his professor, Meissner, gave Irinyi the idea to replace potassium chlorate with lead dioxide in the head of the phosphorus match. He liquefied phosphorus in warm water and shook it in a glass vial, until it became granulated. He mixed the phosphorus with lead and gum arabic, poured the paste-like mass into a jar, and dipped the pine sticks into the mixture and let them dry. When he tried them that evening, all of them lit evenly. He sold the invention and production rights for these noiseless matches to István Rómer, a Hungarian pharmacist living in Vienna, for 60 forints (about 22.5 oz t of silver). As a match manufacturer, Rómer became rich, and Irinyi went on to publish articles and a textbook on chemistry, and founded several match factories.” – wikipedia