Translation for 'Tyrolean' from English to Hungarian
SYNO tirolean | tyrolean | Tyrolean | ...
tiroli {adj}Tyrolean
tiroli {noun}
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Translation for 'Tyrolean' from English to Hungarian

tiroli {adj}

tiroli {noun}etno.

Usage Examples English
  • In this leg's Roadblock, one team member had to tyrolean traverse across Wadi Tanuf to retrieve their next clue on the other side before pulling themselves back across to reunite with their partner.
  • It has Rubner nickel tyrolean style tuners.
  • Adventurous activities include a tyrolean crossing of the river, bouldering, grass sledging and archery whereas activities such as pioneering and backwoods cooking rely more on traditional and survival skills.
  • In steep areas, cables were strung along the slope to form a tight line or tyrolean.
  • The Tyrolean Jäger Regiment, which was dissolved in 1815, was initially to be re-formed as the "Tirolean Fenner Jäger", but in 1816 was given the name Tyrolean Kaiserjäger.

  • Brothers of Italy (FdI), the parties representing linguistic minorities (Valdostan Union, South Tyrolean People's Party and Trentino Tyrolean Autonomist Party) and one deputy from USEI do not support the government, but affirmed their willingness to vote for measures that reflect their respective ideologies.
  • The Bavarian Rummel forms - together with the struggle for Tyrolean freedom in 1809, which regularly overshadows it both in expert and public discourse - was an important element of Tyrolean historical consciousness and Tyrolean identity and made a lasting contribution to the creation of the image of the "fighting Tyrolean farmer".
  • Two of the men, wearing feathered tyrolean hats, hover above the ice.
  • He founded Citizens' Forum Austria in 2008 for the Tyrolean state election that year and became a member of the Tyrolean Parliament.
  • Tyrolean bacon and all sorts of dumplings including "Speckknödel" (dumplings with pieces of bacon) and "Spinatknödel" (made of spinach) are an important part of the local cuisine.

  • In the Austrian Empire, a revolt took place against Napoleon called the Tyrolean Rebellion in 1809.
  • Between 1980 and 1983 she was a town councilor for the South Tyrolean People's Party in the city of Bolzano, the capital of South Tyrol.
  • The decorations were adapted to resemble tyrolean houses with balconies and murals of snow-capped mountains painted on the rear walls.
  • For the South Tyrolean towns, the Light of Peace is regularly handed over to the South Tyrolean boy scouts on December 23 in the parish church on the Brenner by scouts from Innsbruck and Zirl in Austria.
  • In South Tyrol, the Tyrolean dialect was mixed with a few individual Italian words.

  • The Tyrolean Unterland should not be confused with the Tyrolean Lower Inn Valley ("Tiroler Unterinntal") which is in the same region but only describes the Inn valley, nor with the South Tyrolean Unterland ("Südtiroler Unterland").
  • In 1988, he set the tyrolean track & field record for 3×1000 m in the men's under-18 category.
  • It was built in the years 1792–1796 in the Neoclassical style with some Baroque elements by the tyrolean master Joseph Abenthung and the interior domes painted by the Tyrolean brothers Franz Xaver and Josef Kirchebner.
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