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fogv
    1. tooth
      USA: tuː'θ UK: tuːθ
    1. tooth, teeth
      USA: tuː'θ tiː'θ UK: tuːθ tiːθ
    1. take
      USA: teɪ'k UK: teɪk
    1. Kézen fogott és kivezetett a kertbe.
        1. He took my arm and led me outside into the garden.
        1. He took my arm and led me outside into the garden.
    1. take
      USA: teɪ'k UK: teɪk
    1. Kézen fogott és kivezetett a kertbe.
        1. He took my arm and led me outside into the garden.
        1. He took my arm and led me outside into the garden.
  1. techn
    1. sprocket
      USA: sprɔ'kʌ·t UK: sprɔkɪt
    1. jag
      UK: ʤæg
    1. hold
      USA: hoʊ'ld UK: hoʊld
    1. A kislány fogta a bátyja kezét.
        1. The little girl held her brother's hand.
        1. The little girl held her brother's hand.
    2. Különösen az okozott örömet neki, hogy most már tudta: ki fog tartani.
        1. What delighted him particularly was that now he knew he would be able to hold out.
        1. What delighted him particularly was that now he knew he would be able to hold out.
    1. hold
      USA: hoʊ'ld UK: hoʊld
    1. A kislány fogta a bátyja kezét.
        1. The little girl held her brother's hand.
        1. The little girl held her brother's hand.
    2. Különösen az okozott örömet neki, hogy most már tudta: ki fog tartani.
        1. What delighted him particularly was that now he knew he would be able to hold out.
        1. What delighted him particularly was that now he knew he would be able to hold out.
    1. grip
      USA: grɪ'p UK: grɪp
    1. grip
      USA: grɪ'p UK: grɪp
    1. grab
      USA: græ'b UK: græb
    1. dent
      USA: de'nt UK: dent
    1. cog
      USA: kɔː'g UK: kɔg
(fog)aux
    1. shall
      USA: ʃæ'l UK: ʃæl
fog (adást)v
    1. receive
      USA: riː·siː'v UK: rɪsiːv
fog / -akexp
    1. tooth / teeth
      USA: tuː'θ tiː'θ UK: tuːθ tiːθ
fogadv
    1. welcome
      USA: we'lkʌ·m UK: welkəm
    1. wager
      USA: weɪ'ʤəː· UK: weɪʤər
    1. old wage
      USA: weɪ'ʤ UK: weɪʤ
    1. stake
      USA: steɪ'k UK: steɪk
    1. salute
      USA: sʌ·luː't UK: səluːt
    1. receive
      USA: riː·siː'v UK: rɪsiːv
    1. Barkis úr lelkesedéssel fogadott.
        1. Mr Barkis received me with absolute enthusiasm.
        1. Mr Barkis received me with absolute enthusiasm.
    1. receive
      USA: riː·siː'v UK: rɪsiːv
    1. Barkis úr lelkesedéssel fogadott.
        1. Mr Barkis received me with absolute enthusiasm.
        1. Mr Barkis received me with absolute enthusiasm.
    1. make a bet
      USA: meɪ'k eɪ' be't UK: meɪk eɪ bet
    1. lay the odds
      USA: leɪ' ðiː· ɔ'dz UK: leɪ ðiː ɔdz
    1. lay a bet
      USA: leɪ' eɪ' be't UK: leɪ eɪ bet
    1. greet
      USA: griː't UK: griːt
    1. bet
      USA: be't UK: bet
    1. bet
      USA: be't UK: bet
fogad (lóra)v
    1. back
      USA: bæ'k UK: bæk
fogad (lóversenyen)v
    1. put on
      USA: pʊ't ɔ'n UK: pʊt ɔn
fogad (pénzben)v
    1. bet, bet, bet
      USA: be't be't be't UK: bet bet bet
fogadalmiadj
    1. votive
      UK: voʊtɪv
fogadalomnoun
    1. vow
      USA: vaʊ' UK: vaʊ
    1. old sacrament
      USA: sæ'krʌ·mʌ·nt UK: sækrəmənt
    1. resolution
      USA: re"zʌ·luː'ʃʌ·n UK: rezəluːʃn
    1. pledge
      USA: ple'ʤ UK: pleʤ
    1. Fogadalmat tett, hogy soha többé nem iszik.
        1. He took the pledge to never drink again.
    1. oath
      USA: oʊ'θ UK: oʊθ
fogadalom, igéret; megfogadnoun
    1. pledge
      USA: ple'ʤ UK: pleʤ
fogadatlan prókátornoun
fogadhatatlan adogatásnoun
    1. ace
      USA: eɪ's UK: eɪs
fogadkozikv
    1. vow
      USA: vaʊ' UK: vaʊ
fogadni mernékexp
    1. i'll be bound
      USA: ɪ'l biː· baʊ'nd UK: ɪl biː baʊnd
fogadott fivérnoun
fogadott gyermeknoun
fogadott nővérnoun
fogadtatásnoun
    1. welcome
      USA: we'lkʌ·m UK: welkəm
    1. response
      USA: riː·spɔ'ns UK: rɪspɔns
    1. Javaslata kedvező fogadtatásra talált.
        1. Her proposal met with a warm response.
    1. receptivity
      USA: riː'se"ptɪ'vʌ·tiː· UK: riːseptɪvɪtiː
    1. reception
      USA: riː·se'pʃʌ·n UK: rɪsepʃn
fogadtatásban részesítv
    1. receive
      USA: riː·siː'v UK: rɪsiːv
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