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Dictionary Icelandic English: About

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SYNO   about | approximately | around ... 
um {prep} [+þf.] [varðandi]
álíka {adv}about
Unverified frá {prep} [+þgf.]about
um {adv} [um það bil]about
yfir {prep} [+þgf.]about
Unverified þetta {adv}about
í kringum {adv}about
um það bil {adv}about
2 Words: Others
ámóta {adv}about as
glaður yfir {adj}pleased about
á víð og dreif {adv}scattered about
2 Words: Verbs
inna e-n eftir e-uto ask sb. about sth.
fullvissa e-n um e-ðto assure sb. about sth.
fjalla um e-ðto be about sth. [book, report]
agnúast út í e-n/e-ðto bitch about sb./sth.
nöldra yfir e-uto bitch about sth.
státa af e-uto brag about sth.
Unverified e-u framgengtto bring sth. about
koma e-u til leiðarto bring sth. about
fimbulfamba (um e-ð)to chatter (about sth.)
atvikastto come about
æðrast yfir e-uto complain about sth.
agnúast út í e-ðto complain about sth.
vaða umto dash about
forvitnast um e-ðto enquire about sth. [esp. Br.]
þvaðra (um e-ð) [slúðra]to gossip (about sth.)
nöldra (yfir e-u)to grumble (about sth.)
fjasa út af e-uto grumble about sth.
hímato hang about
upplýsa e-n um e-ðto inform sb. about sth.
grennslast fyrir um e-n/e-ðto inquire about sb./sth.
forvitnast um e-ðto inquire about sth.
Unverified hafa e-ð í flimtingumto jest about sth.
vita af e-uto know about sth.
mennt. fræðast um e-ðto learn about sth.
semja um e-ðto negotiate about sth.
fagna (e-u)to rejoice (about sth.)
endursemja (um e-ð)to renegotiate (about sth.)
flækjastto rove about
velta vöngum yfir e-uto speculate about sth.
Unverified flíka e-uto tell about sth.
segja frá e-uto tell about sth.
fást um e-ðto think about sth.
pæla í e-uto think about sth.
velta e-u fyrir sérto think about sth.
fara umto travel about
ganga umto walk about
eigra (um)to wander (about)
flandrato wander about
væflastto wander about
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