el kell osztani kettővel*

* it should be divided by two

Hungarian Hungary

Expression USED On Occasion BY Some People

An expression used to warn that someone is exaggerating. It implies that you can get to the actual truth by dividing what they say by two.

"Amit Tamás mondd, azt mindig el kell osztani kettővel."

"Whatever Tamás says should always be divided by two."





álmodik a nyomor*

* when misery dreams

Hungarian Hungary

Expression USED On Occasion BY Some People

An ironic expression used when someone wishes for something out of their reach. Comes from a poem by Endre Ady.

"Bárcsak lenne egy Ferrarim." "Álmodik a nyomor."

"I wish I had a Ferrari." "When misery dreams."





lóvé

Hungarian Hungary

Slang USED Frequently BY Young People

(n.) A slang word meaning "money", similar to English slang word "dough". It comes from the Romani language.

"Szívesen mennék, de nincs lóvém."

"I'd like to go, but I don't have any money."





syn

holnapután, kiskedden*

* on the day after tomorrow, on small Tuesday

Hungarian Hungary

Proverb USED On Rare Occasion BY Some People

An ironic saying, it means "never". Similar to the expression "when pigs fly".

"Mikor fejezik már be a felújítást?" "Holnapután, kiskedden".

"When will the renovation be finally done?" "On the day after tomorrow, on small Tuesday."





király*

* king

Hungarian Hungary

Word USED Frequently BY Young People

(adj.) Its original meaning is "king", but it's used as an adjective to say "cool" or "dope".

"Fú, de király volt ez a koncert!"

"Wow, this concert was so king!"