free as a bird (szabad, mint a madár)
carefree; completely free and unhindered.
bird in the hand is worth two in the bush (jobb ma egy veréb, mint holnap egy túzok)
Having something for certain is better than the possibility of getting something better.
bird’s-eye view (madártávlat)
a view seen from high above.
Birds in their little nests agree
People who live together should try hard to get along peacefully.
Birds of a feather flock together (zsák a foltját megtalálja)
Similar people tend to associate with each other.
early bird (korán kelő ember)
a person who gets up/arrives early.
eat like a bird
to eat only small amounts of food.
Fine feathers make fine birds ruha teszi az embert
If you dress elegantly, people will think you are elegant.
flip someone the bird
to give someone the finger, that is raise the middle finger, a rude sign.
for the birds
It’s an ill bird that fouls its own nest csúf madár az, mely a saját fészkébe rondít
Only a foolish or dishonorable person would bring dishonor to his or her self or his or her surroundings.
Only a bad person would ruin the place where he or she lives.
kill two birds with one stone (két legyet üt egy csapásra)
to solve two problems at one time with a single action.
little bird told me (madarak csiripelték)
a way of indicating that you do not want to reveal who told you something.
The early bird catches the worm (ki korán kel, aranyat lel)
If you wake up and get to work early, you will succeed.
a bird-brain (nem hivatalos)
a stupid person.
The bird has flown (bottal üthetik a nyomát)
something that you say which means that someone has escaped or disappeared.
the birds and the bees (humor)
if you tell someone, especially a child, about the birds and the bees, you tell them about sex.