se lát, se hall

HungarianEdit

Alternative formsEdit

EtymologyEdit

se (neither) +‎ lát (to see) +‎ se (neither) +‎ hall (to hear), literally “neither sees nor hears”.

PronunciationEdit

  • IPA(key): [ ˈʃɛlaːt ˈʃɛɦɒlː]

VerbEdit

se lát, se hall

  1. (idiomatic, with -tól/-től) to ignore the outside world, not listening
    Se lát, se hall, csak szorgalmasan dolgozik.S/he works so hard, s/he ignores everything.
    A dühtől se lát, se hall.S/he is blind with rage.

ConjugationEdit

The verbs lát and hall are conjugated independently.