has = belly
menés = walk, “go” as a noun
Szinte mindenkinek, aki Indiába utazik, valamikor hasmenése lesz.
Almost everyone who travels to India will get diarrhea at some point.
[Almost everyone-for who India-in travels, at-some-point diarrhea-theirs will-be.]
Elrontottam a gyomrom, ezért egész héten hasmenésem volt.
I upset my stomach and had diarrhea all week.
[Upset-I the stomach-my, therefore whole week-on diarrhea-my was.]
bél – gut
ételmérgezés – food poisoning
fos – the runs (colloq. but not vulg. – also frequently used to indicate that something is bad)
gyomor – stomach
gyomorrontás – indigestion
hány – to puke
hányás – puke (n.)
has – belly
rosszullét – nausea, sickness
szar – shit (vulg.) – we’re mentioning the vulgar version here, because (similarly to English) it’s also used to indicate that something is bad and you’ll probably hear it more often than you’d want to. 😉
széklet – stool
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