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Dictionary Icelandic English: [lizzy run up the hedge]

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fara um borðto board sth. [the train, the ship, the plane, etc.]
stíga um borðto board sth. [the train, the ship, the plane, etc.]
setjast to settle [take up residence]
trönur {kv.ft}trestles [for hanging up fish to dry]
taka e-ð sem dæmito consider sth. [take up as an example]
gefa eftirto yield [give up, give way]
rauður {adj}red [of the color]
kjaftshögg {hv}blow [to the face]
silfurlitaður {k}silver [the color]
árstíð {kv}season [of the year]
aðalkirkja {kv}[chief part of the church]
beltisstaður {k}[place where the belt is located]
landaf. öræfi {hv.ft}[the uninhabited part of Iceland]
stelling {kv}attitude [position of the body]
bróðursonur {k}nephew [son of the brother]
skynhrif {hv.ft}perception [of the senses]
sumarleyfisferð {kv}holiday trip [in the summer]
Unverified örverpi {hv}[the last egg laid by a bird]
dulsp. eðlisfr. ljósvaki {k}ether [medium for the expansion of light]
dulsp. stjörnfr. Tvíburarnir {k.ft}Gemini <♊> [constellation, sign of the zodiac]
niðursetningur {k}pauper [paid for by the local government]
Það rofaði til eftir storminn.The clouds broke after the storm.
Veiðimennirnir brutust í gegnum undirgróðurinn.The hunters broke through the underbrush.
Vegurinn liggur bænum.The road leads up to the farm.
Öldurnar brotnuðu á ströndinni.The waves broke on the shore.
styrkja e-ð verði)to appreciate sth. [increase the value of]
stjórna e-uto conduct sth. [direct the course of, manage, control]
Mannfjöldinn leystist upp eftir leikinn.The crowd broke up after the game.
Hvað kosta miðar í sal?How much are the tickets in the stalls?
málshát. Morgunstund gefur gull í mund.It's the early bird that catches the worm.
Vatnsveitan virkaði ekki sem skyldi í þurrkinum.The water supply failed during the drought.
dulsp. stjörnfr. Krabbinn {k}Cancer <♋> [constellation; sign of the zodiac; person born under this sign]
Unverified ganga í ættir [e-ð gengur í ættir]to run in the family [sth. runs in the family]
Ryðgað burðarvirkið gaf sig og olli því brúin hrundi.The rusted girders failed and caused the bridge to collapse.
 
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