French-Hungarian dictionary – Meaning pairs, phrases, and example sentences: 162,599
With the DictZone online voice-enabled French-Hungarian and Hungarian-French dictionary, you will definitely find what you are looking for. Are you curious about the Hungarian meaning of a French word or sentence? You've come to the right place. You can find it in the collection of nearly 163,000 words! In this description, we will show you how to use the website and help you navigate among the various additional features!
You need to enter the word you are interested in into the search field at the top of the page, where you can see the expressions offered by the dictionary as you type. Next to them, the FR or HU icon indicates which language the result is available in.
By clicking on the element you like, you will access the page of the French word, where you can see its Hungarian translations. The results are grouped by parts of speech, and at the end of the line, if we have data, we also indicate the translation frequency of the given meaning pair.
You can change the direction of the search by pressing the button in front of the search field. Although the dictionary tries to provide results in the opposite Hungarian/French direction, for more accurate results, we recommend selecting the appropriate direction when searching.
When viewing the results, to the right of the meaning, clicking on the downward arrow will bring up a local menu where you can submit a new meaning to us, modify an existing one, or mark it for deletion.
Whichever you choose, always provide what you believe to be the correct expression, briefly explain or link the source, and enter your email address so that we can inform you of the result!
Icons for sound are available in front of the words, allowing you to listen to the French pronunciation of the respective item. Of course, you can also find this icon in front of Hungarian expressions, so you can listen to the Hungarian pronunciation as well. This feature is especially useful if you are just getting acquainted with the Hungarian language.
Under the exact translation, you will also find related expressions; here, we have selected phrases or word combinations related to your search.
The French-Hungarian translator also comes with many additional features. At the bottom of the data page for each word, we provide links to Google Search, Wikipedia, or Wiktionary, where the expression you are looking for appears automatically as a result.
This can be useful when you want to search for occurrences of a word or its Wikipedia article.
On the right side of the page, you will find a sidebar, with your search history at the top. Especially when searching for longer texts, you may forget the meaning you looked up previously. In such cases, you can simply click on the history of the French-Hungarian dictionary, and the translation will appear again.
French is also popular with us, and many people are learning this language, which is not exactly easy to pronounce. Some of its words have even been incorporated into Hungarian (affér, allűr, croissant, déjà vu, rendezvous). French is spoken in many parts of the world, and it can help you make yourself understood.
The French language holds many interesting things for you. Did you know, for example, that their synonym for a bicycle is "la petite reine"?! The origin of this expression is linked to the Orange-Nassau princess, who, as a young Dutch girl, was a big fan of cycling. She later became a queen. The nickname for the bicycle was derived from an article in La France in 1898 when the lady visited Paris.
If you want to delve even deeper into the mysteries of a particular language and you are also fond of linguistic treats, then the DictZone blog is at your disposal! We bet that even your eyes will light up at the sight of these 9 French expressions! Try pronouncing them correctly!
For those learning a foreign language, DictZone offers assistance that is more than just an ordinary online dictionary or translation program. DictZone is available in several other languages (English, Italian, Russian, German), whether you are looking for self-study resources or want to translate the lyrics of your favorite songs, articles, or communicate with someone in a foreign language, DictZone allows you to learn, deepen your knowledge, and have fun all at once. And don't forget, we are interested in your suggestions too; you can also become part of the tool's development!
Challenge yourself and enjoy the unique linguistic experiences offered by DictZone! Welcome!
Thanks to Ernő Madarász, who has contributed significantly to improving the French-Hungarian-French dictionary of DictZone.