When you write olló it looks like a pair of scissors (on the ´ you rest your pinky).
Kés, villa, olló – gyerek kezébe nem való.
Knife, fork and scissors don’t belong into the hands of children. (Hungarian saying often used with kids when they’re not yet old enough for sth.)
[Knife, fork, scissors – child hand-of-in not belong.]
Az ollót főleg papír vágására használják.
Scissors are mostly used for cutting paper.
[The scissors(acc.) mainly paper cutting-of-on use-they.]
éles – sharp
kés – knife
körömvágó olló – nail scissors
vág – to cut
villa – fork
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