to disturb, to bother
Kérlek zárd el a zenét, mert zavar.
Ask-I-you turn-you(imp.) off the music(acc.), because disturbs.
Please turn off the music because it’s disturbing me.
Engem nem zavar az eső, de Mátét nagyon zavarja.
Me not bothers the rain, but Máté(acc.) very bothers-it.
Rain doesn’t bother me, but it really bothers Máté.
bánt – to hurt
érzékeny – sensitive
idegesít – to annoy
irritál / irritáló – to irritate / irritating
kopog – to knock
rányit – to walk in on so. (literally: onto-him open)
zavaros – opaque (water)
zavaró – disturbing
zavart – disturbed (adj.)
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