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1.
batteries
elemek
Translated and reviewed by Daniel Szollosi-Nagy on 2015-10-28
Located in lang/json/AMMO_from_json.py lang/json/ammunition_type_from_json.py
2.
A set of universal batteries. Used to charge almost any electronic device.
Általános használatra szánt elemkészlet. Szinte bármilyen elektronikus eszköz feltölthető vele.
Translated and reviewed by Daniel Szollosi-Nagy on 2015-10-28
Located in lang/json/AMMO_from_json.py
3.
cents
cent
Translated and reviewed by Daniel Szollosi-Nagy on 2015-10-28
Located in lang/json/AMMO_from_json.py lang/json/ammunition_type_from_json.py
4.
IF YOU ARE SEEING THIS IT IS A BUG.
HA EZT LÁTOD, PROGRAMHIBÁT LÁTSZ
Translated and reviewed by Daniel Szollosi-Nagy on 2015-10-28
Located in lang/json/AMMO_from_json.py
5.
charged capacitor
feltöltött kondenzátor
Translated and reviewed by Daniel Szollosi-Nagy on 2015-10-28
Located in lang/json/AMMO_from_json.py
6.
A single capacitor charged with current to be used by a laser weapon or similar armament.
Egy darab, töltést hordozó kondenzátor, amelyet lézerfegyverben vagy hasonlóban lehet használni.
Translated and reviewed by Daniel Szollosi-Nagy on 2015-10-28
Located in lang/json/AMMO_from_json.py
7.
thread
cérna
Translated and reviewed by Daniel Szollosi-Nagy on 2015-10-28
Located in lang/json/AMMO_from_json.py lang/json/ammunition_type_from_json.py
8.
A small quantity of thread that could be used to refill a sewing kit.
Kis adag cérna, varrókészletet lehet vele felölteni.
Translated and reviewed by Daniel Szollosi-Nagy on 2015-10-28
Located in lang/json/AMMO_from_json.py
9.
sinew
ín
Translated and reviewed by Daniel Szollosi-Nagy on 2015-10-28
Located in lang/json/AMMO_from_json.py
10.
A tough sinew cut from a corpse, usable as thread.
Cérnaként használhat, hullából kivágott szívós ín.
Translated and reviewed by Daniel Szollosi-Nagy on 2015-10-28
Located in lang/json/AMMO_from_json.py
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