I have the wind in my SAILs.
Szél hozott, szél visz el.
The wind brought me and the wind will take me away.
[Wind brought-me, wind bring away.]
Nincsen bajom az esővel, amíg nem fújja a szél az arcomba.
I have no problems with rain as long as the wind doesn’t blow it into my face.
[Not-have problem-my thr rain-with, as-long-as not blow-it the wind the face-my-in.]
szellő – breeze
orkán / hurrikán – hurricane
vihar – storm
zivatar – thunderstorm
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