sample, pattern, example
Szép nagyon a ruhád mintája! Hol vetted?
Beautiful very the dress-yours pattern-its! Where bought-you-it?
I really like the pattern of your dress! Where did you buy it?
A kedvenc költőm volt a minta, amikor írtam ezt a verset.
The favourite poet-my was the example, when wrote-I this the poem.
I took my favourite poet as an example when writing this poem.
elles – to learn sth. from sb. by watching
forma – form
ihlet – to inspire
inspirál – to inspire
káosz – chaos
képlet – formula (mathematics)
példakép – role model
rend – order (n.)
rendez – to order, to create order
szabásminta – knitting pattern
Not to be confused with:
mintha – as if
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