"Én turista vagyok, ön meg egy rendőr."
Translation:I am a tourist, and you are a police officer.
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"Meg" means "and". It can be used interchangeably with "pedig". So if you omitted "meg", you would end up with "I am a tourist, you are a policeman", which I suppose could work, but maybe wouldn't flow quite as well. I suspect the Hungarian sentence wouldn't be OK without "meg" or "pedig" here.