A munkám egy teher.
My work is a burden.
[The work-my a burden.]
Ne terhelj most ezzel, légy szíves!
Don’t annoy me with this issue now, please!
[Not annoy-you(imp.) now this-with, please!]
terhel – to burden, to annoy, to bother (actively)
megterhelő – burdensome, encumbering
teherautó – truck, van (literally: load-car)
Not to be confused with:
tehén – cow
teper – to buckle down (in a figurative sense)
tehet – to be able to do something
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