Crossword Explorer Hungary - Level 375

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Hungary - Level 375

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1d. To lose traction on the road:

SKID

1a. Opposite of "he"?:

SHE

2d. Someone who vanquishes villains, or wins medals in the military:

HERO

3d. Checked something out, gave it the once-over:

EYED

4d. Guardian ___, someone who watches over you:

ANGEL

4a. Pops a question:

ASKS

5d. Worn around the neck to keep warm:

SCARF

6d. "Swat ___: The Radical Squadron", a popular cartoon revolving around two felines:

KATS

7d. Took a chair:

SAT

8d. What you would do with a guitar (rhymes with gum):

STRUM

8a. Found on a cowboy's boots, ___ of the moment?:

SPUR

9d. Found next to Boardwalks, often used as fishing spots:

PIER

10d. "___'s Gold," a film starring Peter Fonda as the titular beekeeper:

ULEE

11d. People who make calls on basketball courts, for short:

REFS

12a. Used to open a lock:

KEY

13a. University sports organiser: Abbr.:

NCAA

14a. Floor piece, usually ceramic:

TILE

15a. To provoke someone's ___, to anger them:

IRE

16a. A commerce agreement: Abbr.:

GATT

17a. Coral ___:

REEF

18a. The Los Angeles ___, whose name means to avoid something:

DODGERS

19d. Found in cars, often changed with a stick shift:

GEAR

20d. Activist and scholar ___ Guinier:

LANI

20a. Used on the end of fishing lines:

LURES

21a. Santa's little helper:

ELF

22d. A small bed:

COT

22a. Handy___ (device used to record videos):

CAM

23d. Website pop-ups, for short:

ADS

23a. Forte:

AREA

24d. Single curl or crunch in the gym, also used to informally refer to an agent:

REP

25d. Info provided on when a flight will reach: Abbr.:

ETA

26d. Where pigs live:

STY

26a. A male child:

SON

27d. A bench found in Chapels:

PEW

27a. ___ talk, given to encourage people or teams:

PEP

28d. A historical period, such as the Mesozoic ___:

ERA

29d. Singer and rapper from "Gangnam Style":

PSY

30a. The ___, Michigan's biggest baseball team: 2 wds.:

DETROITTIGERS

31d. "Now I get it.": 2 wds:

OHOK

32d. ___ Fleming, best known for his "James Bond" series of spy novels:

IAN

33d. To stare at something in surprise or wonder:

GAWK

34a. A place known for pampering:

SPA

35a. Make ___ while the sun shines:

HAY

36a. On the road, say:

AWAY

37d. Found on the front of a book:

TITLE

37a. 2,000 pounds:

TON

38d. ___ Polo, a famous explorer:

MARCO

38a. Sound a kitten would make:

MEW

39d. The opposite of exit:

ENTER

40d. An emblem found on letterheads, every company has one:

LOGO

40a. A vision-correcting procedure: Abbr.:

LASIK

41d. In the midst of something:

AMID

42d. Apple's helpful AI assistant: Abbr.:

SIRI

43d. Opposite of Yin:

YANG

43a. New York's famed Baseball team:

YANKEES

44d. Grand, also used to describe something that is really cool:

EPIC

45d. ___ Krabappel, Simpsons teacher:

EDNA

46d. Found on beaches:

SAND

47a. To leave something out:

OMIT

48d. A kind of fish, after which the pond is named:

KOI

48a. Mario ___, a popular racing video game:

KART

49a. Kissing in public, for example: Abbr.:

PDA

50a. Young lady:

GIRL

51a. The first word of a fairy tale, ___ upon a time:

ONCE

52a. Holiday ___, a chain of hotels:

INN

53a. Garfield's drooling canine friend:

ODIE

54a. Frankenstein's assistant:

IGOR

55a. An ungentlemanly sort, a rogue:

CAD
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