to fall, to rain
Ahogy esik, úgy puffan.
As it falls, so it plumps. (Hungarian saying, used when the outcome of an action doesn’t matter or when someone disregards the consequences of their actions.)
[How falls, so plumps.]
Már megint esik az eső.
It’s raining again.
[Already again falls the rain.]
kiesik – to shed, to be cancelled (lit.: to fall out)
megesik – to occur
elesik – to tumble, to fall down
rosszulesik – to feel hurt by something (lit.: something “falls bad” to you)
jólesik – to feel good, pleasant because of something (lit.: something “falls good” to you)
útbaesik – to be on the way (lit. “to fall in the way”)
eső – rain
hullik – to fall more slowly and gently (e.g. falling leaves – hulló levelek)
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