to drive, to lead, to guide
Van jogsim, de nem szeretek vezetni.
I do have a license but I don’t like to drive.
[Exists license-my, but now like-I drive.]
Tegnap húsz túristát vezettem végig Budapesten.
Yesterday I guided 20 tourists through Budapest.
[Yesterday 20 tourist(acc.) guided-I until-the-end Budapest.]
A főnököm nagyon kedves, de nem jól vezeti a csapatot.
My boss is really nice but he doesn’t lead our team well.
[The boss-my very nice, but not good(adv.) leads the group(acc.).]
vezér – leader (very formal)
vezetés -leadership, governance
vezérigazgató – CEO
kalauzol – to route, to pilot, to guide
irányít – to lead
irány – direction
főnök – boss
sofőr – driver
Not to be confused with:
végzet – fate
vizet – water(acc.)
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