to cancel, to refrain from sth., to resign
le – down
mond – say
literally: to down-say
Lemondom a ma estét, mert nem érzem jól magam.
I’m gonna cancel tonight because I’m not feeling well.
[Cancel-I the today evening, because not feel-I well myself.]
Mennyi ideig tudsz lemondani az alkoholról?
For how long can you refrain from alcohol?
[How-much time-until can-you refrain the alcohol-from?]
Tegnap lemondott az elnök.
The president resigned yesterday.
[Yesterday resigned the president.]
visszamond – synonym for “lemond” in terms of “to cancel” (literally: to back-say)
sztornózik – anither synonym for “lemond” in terms of “to cancel”
kihagy – to omit, to skip
Not to be confused with:
mond – to say
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