She LEAPed for JOY up the stairs.
Lépcső nélkül felmenni a negyedik emeletre minden alkalommal fárasztó.
Getting up to the fourth floor without an elevator is tiring every time.
[Stairs without up-go the fourth floor-on every occasion-with tiring.]
Egyes régi Budapesti házaknak gyönyörű lépcsői vannak.
Some old houses in Budapest have beautiful stairs.
[Some old Budapest-ian houses-for beautiful stairs-theirs are.]
lép – to step
cső – tube —> “lépcső” literally translates to step-tube
lépcsőház – staircase
lift – elevator
csigalépcső – spiral staircase (“csiga” meaning “snail”, so literally a snail-step-tube)
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