It is huge! omg
Or a needle, or implants. Any form of bodymodifications, fake ❤❤❤❤❤, bigger rounder ass, a new hip or knee for (usually) old people.
And this seems to be a valid question before the operation?
I don't know what is filthy about lying in a hospital bed and wondering what that green liquid is in the IV bag attached to your arm. It is a perfectly justified question.
My cousin in Bp offered this when I asked about this sentence = 'ha étel, az jó. Ha élősködő az rossz.'
...and if a truck goes into you on the pedestrian crossing, then it is probably the worst.
I wrote 'no idea' and this was not correct. I thought that my answer corresponded well to this translation : )
I got the translation right, and my instant interpretation was something along "what has gotten into me?" mentally, like, what weird entity / "devil" causes me to behave irrationally etc. If there are any native speakers here, please share if this makes any sense.
In English we do sometimes say something "I don't know what has gotten into me lately" if we feel our behavior is a little atypical or unusual. Or we might say it like you did "What has gotten into me?" I hadn't thought of that interpretation of the sentence since it seemed more literal to me. I would also love to hear from a native speaker if that sentence could be used this way. Good thoughts.
That would actually be "Mi ütött belém?", something like "What has struck (into) me?" :)
It means, that after 7 months we are still guessing the meaning and use of the hungarian sentence!
That's an interesting thought. We have this saying as well in Germany: "Ich weiss nicht, was in mich gefahren ist."
This is not a good English sentence. Please tell me the context in English. What is it intending to say.
Can this expression mean something like the German "etw. fährt in jmd." / (e.g. "was ist in dich gefahren ") ?
I am not sure what that means, but I can't imagine any idiomatic meaning of this Hungarian sentence. So, I have to take it literally. Something is going into this person. My best guess is that it is from the personal experience of one of our contributors, who got hooked up to the wrong IV (intravenous) fluid just moments before he or she started making up sentences for the new Hungarian Duolingo course.
Haha! That scenario works, too. I recently needed an IV and it took them 5 tries to get IV established. I knew what was going in me but wasn't enjoying the trouble they had getting it in!!!
To me it seems unlikely that someone can not identify that what he is eating is a lángos ;) Aber du hast mich jetzt auf die zündende Idee gebracht. Maybe this is the outcry of a man eating gulyásleves when suddenly a spider is crawling down his throat!
Lol, das klingt gut. Wer weiss, was sich derjenige gedacht hat, der diese zum Teil recht merkwürdigen Sätze formuliert hat. Womöglich denkt er dabei an etwas ganz anders, als wir.
That is possible, but only in a funny way.
We could also have a talking car at the gas/petrol station.
In English we can say: What is going on with me or: What is happening to me. Or: What has gotten into me. But short of force feeding someone your answer seems wrong to me.
But that is what the Hungarian sentence says. So, what can we do? Something is going into me, through a feeding tube or an IV.