Éjjel beütöttem a térdem az asztalba.
At night I hit my knee against the table.
[Night-at in-hit-I the knee-my the table-in.]
Mindig a térdénél lyukad ki a nadrágom.
My trousers always get their holes at the knees.
[Always the knee-of-at gets-a-whole out the trousers-my.]
térdel / térdepel – to kneel
könyök – elbow
Not to be confused with:
tér – square (in a city)
tárd – to open (imperative)
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