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dutynoun USA: dyuː'tiː· UK: djuːtiː
dutynoun USA: dyuː'tiː· UK: djuːtiː
dutynoun USA: dyuː'tiː· UK: djuːtiː
    1. His whole life is subordinated to his duty.
        1. Egész életét a kötelességének szenteli.
    1. The duty of a postman is to deliver letters and parcels.
        1. Egy postás feladata levelek és csomagok kézbesítése.
    2. Tom is a policeman, and he is very often on duty at night.
        1. Tom rendőr, és elég gyakran van éjszaka is szolgálatban.
      1. You can buy alcohol and cigarettes cheapes in the duty-free shop.
          1. Olcsóbban tudsz italokat és cigarettát vásárolni a vámmentes boltban.
duty callexp USA: dyuː'tiː· kɔː'l UK: djuːtiː kɔːl
duty freeexp USA: dyuː'tiː· friː' UK: djuːtiː friː
duty freeadj USA: dyuː'tiː· friː' UK: djuːtiː friː
duty free shopnoun USA: dyuː'tiː· friː' ʃɔ'p UK: djuːtiː friː ʃɔp
duty / liable to -adj USA: dyuː'tiː· laɪ'ʌ·bʌ·l tʌ· UK: djuːtiː laɪəbl tuː
duty paidexp USA: dyuː'tiː· peɪ'd UK: djuːtiː peɪd
duty-freenoun
customs dutynoun USA: kʌ'stʌ·mz dyuː'tiː· UK: kʌstəmz djuːtiː
customs dutyexp USA: kʌ'stʌ·mz dyuː'tiː· UK: kʌstəmz djuːtiː
customs dutyexp USA: kʌ'stʌ·mz dyuː'tiː· UK: kʌstəmz djuːtiː
estate dutynoun USA: ʌ·steɪ't dyuː'tiː· UK: ɪsteɪt djuːtiː
excise dutynoun USA: e'ksaɪ·z dyuː'tiː· UK: ɪksaɪz djuːtiː
heavy dutyexp USA: he'viː· dyuː'tiː· UK: heviː djuːtiː
import dutyexp USA: ɪ'mpɔː·rt dyuː'tiː· UK: ɪmpɔːt djuːtiː
night dutynoun USA: naɪ't dyuː'tiː· UK: naɪt djuːtiː
off dutyexp USA: ɔː'f dyuː'tiː· UK: ɔf djuːtiː
on dutyexp USA: ɔ'n dyuː'tiː· UK: ɔn djuːtiː
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