Definitions

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  • n. a large shallow lake in western Hungary

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Examples

  • Most have bought through Ewald Lang, whose GLM Hungary Properties estate agency specialises in village houses around Lake Balaton, which is

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  • Shortly after arriving in a small town near Lake Balaton their vacation is part of their training for a competition to be accepted into a boarding school for athletes, the two sisters from rural Saxony wander across the street from the train station to explore an open air flea market.

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  • There is a cherry tree in the garden of my grandmother's house at Lake Balaton.

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  • Even last summer, when I was at Lake Balaton with my mother and Ophelia, lunch was often bread, ham or salami and cheese, fruit, yogurt.

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  • From sports, to theater life, to the difficulty of booking a room at a hotel on Lake Balaton if you are not among the Party elite, he covered every detail of life in our forgotten corner of Europe from 1947 until 1955.

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  • After my grandparents left, our family went for the last time to a summer vacation on Lake Balaton.

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  • At Lake Balaton, my father drinks beer and shares intimacies with a woman not my mother.

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  • That was my world: atop that Buda hill, with summer trips to magic Lake Balaton.

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  • When we were at Lake Balaton, we bought a refrigerator, which was probably the first refrigerator that had ever been put into the lake house.

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  • At the time, we were at her house in Lake Balaton.

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