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Icelandic-English translation for: [burn]
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Dictionary Icelandic English: [burn]

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IcelandicEnglish
standa í ljósum logumto be ablaze [burn]
fuðra upp [brenna, reiðast]to flare (up) [burn quickly, become angry]
kveikja í e-uto set sth. on fire [burn sth.]
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