A mezítláb járás erősítí a talpat.
The barefoot going-regularly(n.) strengthens the sole(acc.).
Going barefoot strengthens the foot.
Nem szeretek mezítláb járni, mert fájdalmas.
Not like-I barefoot to-go-regularly, because painful.
I don’t like to walk barefoot, because it’s painful.
cserép – shard
láb – leg
lábfej – foot
lábujj – toe
meztelen – naked
pucér – naked (synonym for “meztelen”)
talp – sole (of the feet)
ujj – finger
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