Hungarian Translation & Travel Dictionary



Hungarian Translation and Dictionary for Travel





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<h1>Hungarian Travel Dictionary</h1>
<p>Hungarian is an extremely difficult language to master. It is very unique, and only bares a slight resemblance to Finnish. While most young people in Budapest speak English and/or German, outside of Budapest in the other Hungarian cities you may want to bring along a Hungarian dictionary.</p>
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<h2>Hungarian / English Translations</h2>
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Into English

From English
Word:

Yes = Igen
No = Nem
Thank you = Köszönöm
Thank you very much = Köszönöm szépen
You’re welcome = Szívesen
Please = Kérem
Excuse me = Bocsánat
Hello = Jó napot
Goodbye = Viszontlátásra
So long = Szia
Good morning = Jó reggelt
Good afternoon = Jó napot
Good evening = Jó estét

Where is …? = Hol van …?
How much is the fare? = Mennyibe kerül a jegy?
Ticket = Jegy
Where are you going? = Hová mész
Where do you live? = Hol laksz?

Train = Vonat
Bus = Busz
Subway, Underground = Metro
Airport = Repülötér
Departure = Indulás
Arrival = Érkezés

Hotel = Hotel, Szálloda
Room = Szoba
Reservation = Foglalás
Are there any vacancies for tonight? = Van szoba ma éjszakára?
No vacancies = Megtelt

Passport = Útlevél