Cities & Traffic in Hungarian

Cities & Traffic in Hungarian 2017-11-27T08:17:01+00:00

This vocabulary lesson will teach you the Hungarian words for buildings, monuments, streets and vehicles, as well as talking about different modes of public transportation.

This lesson is part of the chapter “Learning Hungarian“.

Cities & Traffic in Hungarian

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Shops, Buildings and Institutions

EnglishHungarianPronunciation
(Audio)
shop
üzlet
department store
áruház
kiosk
kioszk
bakery
pékség
confectionery
cukrászda
butcher’s
hentes
market
piac
library
könyvtár
church
templom
cinema
mozi
theater
színház
hotel
hotel
bank
bank
school
iskola
university
egyetem
kindergarten
óvoda
chemist’s / drugstore
gyógyszertár
patika

hospital
kórház

Cities and Places

EnglishHungarianPronunciation
(Audio)
town / city
város
house
házas
building
épület
street / road
utca
út

avenue
sugárút
bridge
híz
center/city center
belváros
crossing
kereszteződés
square
tér
park
park
landmark / sight
látnivalók
monument
emlékmű

Traffic, Vehicles and Transportation

EnglishHungarianPronunciation
(Audio)
vehicle
jármű
car
autó
train
vonat
bus
busz
tram
villamos
metro
metró
bicycle
bicikli
kerékpár

motorbike
motor
taxi
taxi
airplane
repülőgép
ship
hajó
(train) station
vasútállomás
main station
fő állomás
stop
megálló
station / stop
megálló
parking area
parkoló
petrol station
benzinkút
(to) go by car
autóval menni
(to) go by motorbike
motorral menni
(to) go by bike
biciklivel
kerékpárral menni

(to) go by bus
busszal menni
(to) go by metro
metróval menni

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