odavág

HungarianEdit

EtymologyEdit

oda- +‎ vág

PronunciationEdit

  • IPA(key): [ ˈodɒvaːɡ]
  • Hyphenation: oda‧vág
  • Rhymes: -aːɡ

VerbEdit

odavág

  1. (transitive) to throw, fling, hurl, dash something with force to, at, against or towards someone or something (the object is in accusative case, the place or person may require different case endings such as -ba/-be, -hoz/-hez/-höz, felé)
    odavágja a könyvet a sarokbato throw the book to the corner (of the room)
    odavágja a könyveket a földhözto knock the books to the floor
    odavágja a poharat a falhozto throw the glass at the wall
  2. (transitive) to hurl a remark at someone (-nak/-nek), give someone a piece of one's mind (in an impulse of anger)
  3. (intransitive) to hit, strike (with something -val/-vel)
    odavág az öklévelto strike with one's fist
  4. to match, fit something
    az érv éppen odavágthe argument is relevant (it is to the point)
  5. (intransitive) to look, glance, to throw a look at someone (-nak/-nek, -ra/-re)
    • 1962, Ferenc Móra, chapter 8, in Tápéi furfangosok[1]:
      Antal lejjebb nyomja a fejibe a sapkát, és a szeme sarkával odavág a komának. Ez annyit tesz, hogy "koma, ne hagyja kend magát", és a koma valóban nem hagyja magát.
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