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áraszt meaning in English

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áraszt ige

emit [emitted, emitted, emitting, emits]◼◼◼ verb
[UK: ɪ.ˈmɪt] [US: e.ˈmɪt]

shed [shed, shed, shedding, sheds]◼◼◼ irregular verb
[UK: ʃed ʃed ʃed] [US: ˈʃed ˈʃed ˈʃed]

emanate [emanated, emanated, emanating, emanates]◼◼◻ verb
[UK: ˈe.mə.neɪt] [US: ˈe.mə.ˌnet]

give off◼◼◻ verb
[UK: ɡɪv ɒf] [US: ˈɡɪv ˈɒf]

spout [spouted, spouted, spouting, spouts]◼◼◻ verb
[UK: spaʊt] [US: ˈspaʊt]

flush [flushed, flushed, flushing, flushes]◼◼◻ verb
[UK: flʌʃ] [US: ˈfləʃ]

diffuse [diffused, diffused, diffusing, diffuses]◼◻◻ verb
[UK: dɪ.ˈfjuːz] [US: də.ˈfjuːs]

radiate [radiated, radiated, radiating, radiates]◼◻◻ verb
[UK: ˈreɪ.dɪeɪt] [US: ˈreɪ.di.ˌet]

volley [volleyed, volleyed, volleying, volleys]◼◻◻ verb
[UK: ˈvɒ.li] [US: ˈvɑː.li]

give forth verb
[UK: ɡɪv fɔːθ] [US: ˈɡɪv ˈfɔːrθ]

áraszt (vm)lyen szagot ige

stink of something verb
[UK: stɪŋk əv ˈsʌm.θɪŋ] [US: ˈstɪŋk əv ˈsʌm.θɪŋ]

árasztás főnév

shedding noun
[UK: ˈʃed.ɪŋ] [US: ˈʃed.ɪŋ]

a fedélzetet elárasztotta a víz

the deck was afloat[UK: ðə dek wɒz ə.ˈfləʊt] [US: ðə ˈdek wəz əˈfloʊt]

agyonfáraszt ige

overtire verb
[UK: ˌəʊvəˈtaɪə ] [US: ˌoʊvərˈtaɪər ]

overtoil verb
[UK: ˌəʊvəˈtɔɪl ] [US: ˌoʊvərˈtɔɪl ]

tucker verb
[UK: ˈtʌkə(r)] [US: ˈtʌkər]

tucker out verb
[UK: ˈtʌkə(r) ˈaʊt] [US: ˈtʌkər ˈaʊt]

agyonfáraszt vkt járással

walk somebody off his legs[UK: wɔːk ˈsʌm.bə.di ɒf hɪz leɡz] [US: ˈwɑːk ˈsʌm.ˌbɑː.di ˈɒf ˈhɪz ˈleɡz]

bűzt árasztó (anyag) (foetidus) főnév

malodorant [malodorants] noun
[UK: mæ.ˈləʊ.də.rənt] [US: mæ.ˈləʊ.də.rənt]

csak dagálykor elárasztott partrész melléknév

intertidal adjective

csigákkal elárasztott melléknév

snaily adjective
[UK: snˈeɪli] [US: snˈeɪli]

el nem árasztott melléknév

uninvaded adjective
[UK: ˌʌnɪnˈveɪdɪd ] [US: ʌnɪnˈveɪdəd ]

el van árasztva

be pressed[UK: bi prest] [US: bi ˈprest]

el van árasztva (vmivel)

be snowed under[UK: bi snəʊd ˈʌnd.ə(r)] [US: bi snoʊd ˈʌnd.r̩]

elfáraszt ige

tire [tired, tired, tiring, tires]◼◼◼ verb
[UK: ˈtaɪə(r)] [US: ˈtaɪər]

fatigue [fatigued, fatigued, fatiguing, fatigues]◼◻◻ verb
[UK: fə.ˈtiːɡ] [US: fə.ˈtiːɡ]

weary [wearied, wearied, wearying, wearies]◼◻◻ verb
[UK: ˈwɪə.ri] [US: ˈwɪ.ri]

fag [fagged, fagged, fagging, fags] verb
[UK: fæɡ] [US: ˈfæɡ]

eláraszt ige

flood [flooded, flooded, flooding, floods]◼◼◼ verb
[UK: flʌd] [US: ˈfləd]

overwhelm [overwhelmed, overwhelmed, overwhelming, overwhelms]◼◼◻ verb
[UK: ˌəʊv.ə.ˈwelm] [US: ˌoʊv.ə.ˈwelm]

overrun [overran, overrun, overrunning, overruns]◼◼◻ irregular verb
[UK: ˌəʊv.ə.ˈrʌn ˌəʊv.ə.ˈræn ˌəʊv.ə.ˈrʌn] [US: ˌoʊv.ə.ˈrʌn ˌoʊv.ə.ˈræn ˌoʊv.ə.ˈrʌn]

swamp [swamped, swamped, swamping, swamps]◼◼◻ verb
[UK: swɒmp] [US: ˈswɑːmp]

shower [showered, showered, showering, showers]◼◼◻ verb
[UK: ˈʃaʊə(r)] [US: ˈʃaʊər]

drown [drowned, drowned, drowning, drowns]◼◼◻ verb
[UK: draʊn] [US: ˈdraʊn]

water [watered, watered, watering, waters]◼◼◻ verb
[UK: ˈwɔː.tə(r)] [US: ˈwɒ.tər]

inundate [inundated, inundated, inundating, inundates]◼◼◻ verb
[UK: ˈɪ.nʌn.deɪt] [US: ˈɪ.nʌn.ˌdet]

deluge [deluged, deluged, deluging, deluges]◼◼◻ verb
[UK: ˈde.ljuːdʒ] [US: ˈde.ljuːdʒ]

swarm [swarmed, swarmed, swarming, swarms]◼◼◻ verb
[UK: swɔːm] [US: ˈswɔːrm]

infest [infested, infested, infesting, infests]◼◼◻ verb
[UK: ɪn.ˈfest] [US: ˌɪn.ˈfest]

invade [invaded, invaded, invading, invades]◼◼◻ verb
[UK: ɪn.ˈveɪd] [US: ˌɪn.ˈveɪd]

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