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bajnoun
    1. informal unpleasantness
      USA: ʌ·nple'zʌ·ntnʌ·s UK: ʌnplezntnəs
    1. unease
      USA: ʌ·niː'z UK: ʌniːz
    1. trouble
      USA: trʌ'bʌ·l UK: trʌbl
    1. Mindig szívesen segítek azon, aki bajba került.
        1. I always like to help anyone in trouble.
    1. old sore
      USA: sɔː'r UK: sɔːr
    1. shit
      USA: ʃiː't UK: ʃɪt
    1. predicament
      USA: priː·dɪ'kʌ·mʌ·nt UK: prɪdɪkəmənt
    1. need
      USA: niː'd UK: niːd
    1. misfortune
      USA: mɪ"sfɔː'rtʃʌ·n UK: mɪsfɔːtʃuːn
    1. misery
      USA: mɪ'zəː·iː· UK: mɪzəriː
    1. mischief
      USA: mɪ'stʃʌ·f UK: mɪstʃɪf
    1. misadventure
      USA: mɪ"sʌ·dve'ntʃəː· UK: mɪsədventʃər
    1. matter
      USA: mæ'təː· UK: mætər
    1. Mi baja a marhasültnek, Bloomfield úr?
        1. 'What is the matter with the beef, Mr. Bloomfield?
    1. malady
      USA: mæ'lʌ·diː· UK: mælədiː
    1. ills
      USA: ɪ'lz UK: ɪlz
    1. harm
      USA: hɔ'rm UK: hɑm
    1. hardship
      USA: hɔ'rdʃɪ"p UK: hɑdʃɪp
    1. grief
      USA: griː'f UK: griːf
    1. evil
      USA: iː'vʌ·l UK: iːvl
    1. Két rossz közül a kisebb(ik)et kell választani.
        1. Of two evils/harms/ills/mischiefs choose the least.
        1. Of two evils/harms/ills/mischiefs choose the least.
        1. Of two evils/harms/ills/mischiefs choose the least.
    1. distress
      USA: dɪ"stre's UK: dɪstres
    1. disease
      USA: dɪ"ziː'z UK: dɪziːz
    1. discomfort
      USA: dɪ"skʌ'mfəː·t UK: dɪskʌmfət
    1. complaint
      USA: kʌ·mpleɪ'nt UK: kəmpleɪnt
    1. bother
      USA: bɔ'ðəː· UK: bɔðər
    1. bane
      USA: beɪ'n UK: beɪn
    1. amiss
      USA: ʌ·mɪ's UK: əmɪs
baj, gond; zavarv
    1. trouble
      USA: trʌ'bʌ·l UK: trʌbl
baj nélkül elmegy vmi mellettv
    1. weather
      USA: we'ðəː· UK: weðər
baj vár ráexp
    1. be in for trouble
      USA: biː· ɪ'n frəː· trʌ'bʌ·l UK: biː ɪn fəː trʌbl
baj érteexp
    1. the black ox has trod on his foot
      USA: ðiː· blæ'k ɔ'ks hʌ·z trɔ'd ɔ'n hʌ·z fʊ't UK: ðiː blæk ɔks hæz trɔd ɔn hɪz fʊt
baja vanv
    1. get on
      USA: gɪ't ɔ'n UK: get ɔn
baja van veleexp
    1. have trouble in doing
      USA: hæ'v trʌ'bʌ·l ɪ'n duː'ɪ·ŋ UK: hæv trʌbl ɪn duːɪŋ
baja van vmivelexp
bajadérnoun
bajba hoz egy lánytexp
    1. get a girl into trouble
      USA: gɪ't eɪ' gəː'l ɪ"ntʌ· trʌ'bʌ·l UK: get eɪ gəːl ɪntuː trʌbl
bajba jutv
    1. trouble / get into -
      USA: trʌ'bʌ·l gɪ't ɪ"ntʌ· UK: trʌbl get ɪntuː
    1. run into trouble
      USA: rʌ'n ɪ"ntʌ· trʌ'bʌ·l UK: rʌn ɪntuː trʌbl
    1. go into a spin
      USA: goʊ' ɪ"ntʌ· eɪ' spɪ'n UK: goʊ ɪntuː eɪ spɪn
    1. get into trouble
      USA: gɪ't ɪ"ntʌ· trʌ'bʌ·l UK: get ɪntuː trʌbl
    1. get into hot water
      USA: gɪ't ɪ"ntʌ· hɔ't wɔː'təː· UK: get ɪntuː hɔt wɔːtər
    1. get into a spin
      USA: gɪ't ɪ"ntʌ· eɪ' spɪ'n UK: get ɪntuː eɪ spɪn
bajba kerülv
    1. trouble
      USA: trʌ'bʌ·l UK: trʌbl
    1. get into a row
      USA: gɪ't ɪ"ntʌ· eɪ' roʊ' UK: get ɪntuː eɪ roʊ
    1. come to grief
      USA: kʌ'm tʌ· griː'f UK: kʌm tuː griːf
bajba kever vkitv
bajba keveredikexp
    1. get into trouble
      USA: gɪ't ɪ"ntʌ· trʌ'bʌ·l UK: get ɪntuː trʌbl
    1. get into mischief
      USA: gɪ't ɪ"ntʌ· mɪ'stʃʌ·f UK: get ɪntuː mɪstʃɪf
bajba sodorexp
    1. bring to grief
      USA: brɪ'ŋ tʌ· griː'f UK: brɪŋ tuː griːf
bajbanexp
    1. in a spot
      USA: ɪ'n eɪ' spɔ't UK: ɪn eɪ spɔt
bajban vanexp
    1. trouble / be in -
      USA: trʌ'bʌ·l biː· ɪ'n UK: trʌbl biː ɪn
    1. be under a cloud
      USA: biː· ʌ'ndəː· eɪ' klaʊ'd UK: biː ʌndər eɪ klaʊd
    1. be in trouble
      USA: biː· ɪ'n trʌ'bʌ·l UK: biː ɪn trʌbl
    1. be in a mess
      USA: biː· ɪ'n eɪ' me's UK: biː ɪn eɪ mes
    1. be in a hole
      USA: biː· ɪ'n eɪ' hoʊ'l UK: biː ɪn eɪ hoʊl
bajban/pácbanexp
    1. in a spot
      USA: ɪ'n eɪ' spɔ't UK: ɪn eɪ spɔt
bajban/pénzzavarban vanexp
    1. be in queer street
      USA: biː· ɪ'n kwɪ'r striː't UK: biː ɪn kwɪər striːt
bajcsinálónoun
    1. informal mischief
      USA: mɪ'stʃʌ·f UK: mɪstʃɪf
    1. gremlin
      USA: gre'mlʌ·n UK: gremlɪn
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