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12:58 Jul 3, 2004
English to Hungarian translations [PRO]
Art/Literary - Food & Drink / The Hungarian name of a Scottish dish
English term or phrase: fry-up
I know it's the name of a Scottish dish, and I also know what it is, but I'm not sure wheteher there is a frequently used Hungarian term for it.
dirlo
Local time: 22:09
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Summary of answers provided
4 +2parasztreggelixxxdenny
5 -1villásreggeli
Orsolya Mance


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26 mins   confidence: Answerer confidence 5/5 peer agreement (net): -1
villásreggeli


Explanation:
Ha reggel eszik. Egyébként nem hiszem, hogy van rá külön szó.

Orsolya Mance
United Kingdom
Local time: 21:09
Works in field
Native speaker of: Native in HungarianHungarian
Grading comment
It is a traditional Scottish Sunday lunch.

Peer comments on this answer (and responses from the answerer)
disagree  Katalin Horváth McClure: Villásreggeli is equivalent of "brunch", and indicates more the time of the day it is consumed rather than the ingredients. A fry-up has definite ingredients, it is a specific dish.
12 hrs
  -> Itt Angliaban, ahol elek, egyaltalan nem hasznaljak a "brunch" szot.
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Comment: It is a traditional Scottish Sunday lunch.

49 mins   confidence: Answerer confidence 4/5Answerer confidence 4/5 peer agreement (net): +2
parasztreggeli


Explanation:
The Rng-Hun dictionary describes it as a quck fried dish fromeggs, potatos and sausage, approx. parasztreggeli

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Note added at 1 hr 37 mins (2004-07-03 14:36:36 GMT)
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Sorry for the typos: Eng-Hun dictionary, of courese, and \'from eggs\'.

The dictionary does not mention onions but I think they are essential (for me).

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Note added at 1 hr 39 mins (2004-07-03 14:38:06 GMT)
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I can\'t even type a correction without errors, so better give it up...
(of courese=of course, of course).

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Note added at 4 days (2004-07-08 11:14:11 GMT)
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Be it as it may, you dirlo, want to have it both ways. You want to have it for a certain time (lunch) and a certain content -it\'s a dish.
Now translation does not wor this way and you\'ll not have an answer for a question asked too narrowly.

xxxdenny
Local time: 15:09
Native speaker of: Hungarian
PRO pts in category: 8
Grading comment
It's a traditional Scottish Sunday lunch

Peer comments on this answer (and responses from the answerer)
agree  Katalin Horváth McClure: Yes, given the ingredients and the recipe, this is the closest. (Potatoes, eggs, bacon, sometimes peppers, mushrooms or sausage). See: http://www.eszemiszom.hu/recept.asp?R=67 and also: http://a.grocceni.com/masodik.html#krumpli:
12 hrs

agree  Andras Szekany: Bauernfrühstück, was?
17 hrs

agree  Krisztina Lelik
1 day17 hrs

disagree  Orsolya Mance: Ez a szo is arra utal, hogy reggel eszik. Masreszt a parasztreggeli szamomra hideg reggelit jelent (kolbasz, szalonna, stb), de lehet, hogy ez Magyarorszag mas tajain nem igy van.
1 day18 hrs
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