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 Post subject: metaphor
PostPosted: Mon Nov 22, 2004 6:27 am 
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Thank you Norbi!
You were really helpful, but I am still looking for more metaphors, so anyone whoreads it plíííííz help me! :P
thx: peter

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MÉRGES:
paprikás kedvű, zabos (szleng) | indulatos, harapós, morózus, kardcsörtető, neheztelő, veszett, dúló-fúló, ádáz, haragtól izzó, kapcás (táj), dorzsanyós (táj), durmanyós (táj), komparodott (táj), darazsas (táj) Sz: bokájában is tűz van; közel van a füstje a lánghoz; nehezen köszönt ma neki a nap; rosszul imádkozott; szeme-szája vérzik; széna van a szarván; tűz van a ház közepén; tűzről pattant gesztenye; úgy áll a szeme, mint a vasvilla

ádáz (mn) • vad, elvakult, engesztelhetetlen, könyörtelen, véres, bősz (vál), bőszült, felbőszült, esküdt [ellenség], dühös, dühödt, nekidühödött, elkeseredett, gonosz, megveszekedett (táj) | indulatos, erőszakos, kegyetlen, veszett (rég), mérges, dühös, megdühödött, feldühített, dühöngő, bősz, bőszült, felbőszült, indulatos, felindult, ádáz, haragos, mérges, bosszús, felháborodott, nekivadult, eszeveszett, mérgelődő, dúló-fúló, felháborodott, indulatos, bosszús, pipás (szleng), pipa (szleng), zabos (szleng)


FÉL:
retteg, idegeskedik, frászban van (biz), citerázik (biz), trémázik (szleng), be van gazolva (biz), be van rezelve (biz), be van szarva (durva), majrézik (szleng)

aggódik, lámpaláza van, aggodalmaskodik, aggályoskodik, izgul, félt <vkit>, nyugtalankodik, idegeskedik, szorong, gyötrődik, emészti magát, emésztődik, fél, tart <vmitől>, eszi magát, aggóskodik (táj), aggságoskodik (táj), epeszti magát (rég), töprenkedik (rég), trémázik (szleng), görcsöl (szleng), irtózik, iszonyodik, undorodik, utál, émelyeg, borsódzik a háta, berzed (táj), retteg, reszket

Enough? :)

source: http://www.mobidictionary.com/scripts/mobiweb.exe

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PostPosted: Wed Nov 17, 2004 2:31 pm 
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Hi everyone!
I have been waiting for your answers a long time now, but you seem to ignore my problems... :lol: . That's the problem with the world nowadays: people are just not interested in others' problems. Nevermind...
So, here I am again asking (begging) you to help me, if you can. I need metaphors of fear & anger in Hungarian... I'm sure there are a thousand come to your mind, so do not hesitate, let them out, and type them here...
thanx in advance: nypx :D

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PostPosted: Sat Nov 13, 2004 11:22 am 
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Thank you for the rapid answers.
I wonder if you could tell me some Hungarian anger&fear, heat&anger, and cold&fear, cold &angermetaphors that come to your mind readily.
Like for example: szétrobban a méregtől, megdermadt a félelemtől (maybe just a simile), lámpaláz, begyulladt, melet helyzet volt......
thx in advance :P
P.S: I am really happy that this forum has come to existence :D

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PostPosted: Fri Nov 12, 2004 11:14 pm 
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http://www.rhymezone.com/
This is an excellent dictionary, rhyming dictionary, and thesaurus

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PostPosted: Fri Nov 12, 2004 10:57 pm 
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nypx: try a good thesaurus, tonz of synonyms in there... 8)


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Dear Mr Szigetvári,
I am not only looking for a book or something....I am looking for sources...


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PostPosted: Fri Nov 12, 2004 9:26 pm 
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thx
I might have forgotten to mention, that I need metaphors that's <(this is an interesting structure, ask a linguist about it.... :D ) source domain is heat, or cold......
thank you for the fast ansver.....funny fella.... :lol:
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 Post subject: wrong place
PostPosted: Fri Nov 12, 2004 9:12 pm 
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You missed the forum. This should go to everyday -> book exchange.

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"Scared shitless" :) :)

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 Post subject: metaphors of fear and anger
PostPosted: Fri Nov 12, 2004 7:33 pm 
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Hi there!
If anyone could help me with my topic, I would be grateful. I am looking for metaphors of anger and fear, either in English or in Hugarian. If you can think of one, or know about source/s of these kind of metaphors, or any metaphors in general, please let me know about them.
thx in advance: nypx 8)
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