also: company, venture, business, entrepreneurship
váll = shoulder
vállal = to shoulder
figuratively: to put something on your shoulders
Az Everest megmászása egy bátor vállalkozás.
The Everest climbing-of a brave undertaking.
Climbing the Everest is a brave undertaking.
Elindítani egy vállalkozást rengeteg munka, de megéri!
To-away-start a company(acc.) tremendous work, but worth-it!
Starting a company is a tremendous amount of work but it’s worth it.
átvállal (valamit) – to commit oneself to sth. someone else was originally supposed to do
bátor – brave
cég – company
egyéni vállalkozás – individual entrepreneurship
vakmerő – daring, reckless, bold
váll – shoulder
vállal (valamit) – to shoulder (sth.), to commit oneself (to sth.)
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