Examples: *Ádám átment a vizsgán* -means- Ádám passed the exam while *Bezzeg Ádám átment a vizsgán* - Ádám passed the exam, and it's emphasized, that someone else failed the exam, unlike him. Parents can tell this to their children, who have failed their exam. *Az útlevelet otthon hagyta* -means- He/She left the passport at home while *Bezzeg az útlevelet otthon hagyta* - means- He/She left the passport at home while he/she brought other less important things with them, or occupied themselves with less important things instead of focusing on bringing the passport with themselves. You can say this while complaining about your spouse who ruined your vacation. *Évát meghívta a buliba* -means- He/she invited Éva to the party while *Bezzeg Évát meghívta a buliba* -means- He/she invited Éva to the party while they did not invite other people who were more deserving to be invited It can also be used as an adjective, so for example someone can be a bezzeg child or a bezzeg mom. It can mean a person who is either held on a pedestal (Ádám can be a bezzeg child, if he always aces his exams, and your parents compare your inferior performance to his achievements all the time), or someone who likes to make others feel less worthy/ less competent/ inferior while touting their own success. (Someone can behave like a bezzeg mom if they are one upping all the time in their local mom group) I really like this word because I think it represets Hungarian culture pretty well :D If you have a similar one in your language I'd be interested to hear about it.