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BETA Icelandic-English translation for: Hún er búin að tala fjálglega vikum saman um hve fríið hennar var frábært
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Dictionary Icelandic English: Hún er búin að tala fjálglega vikum saman um hve fríið hennar var frábært

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Hún er alltaf .She keeps working.
Hún er alltaf .She never stops.
Hvenær er sýningin búin?What time does the show end?
Hún er vísu svolítið hrjúf, en hún er virkilega ljúf manneskja.She is somewhat coarse indeed, but she is really a kind person.
talato speak
talato talk
bera samanto compare
draga samanto concentrate
rekast samanto collide
safna samanto gather
safnast samanto accumulate
safnast samanto collect
brotna samanto break down
orðtak tala í kringum e-ðto beat about the bush
Unverified öngla peningum samanscrape money together
Unverified öngla e-u samanscrape sth. together [money]
Unverified ægja saman [e-u ægir saman]to be mixed up
Fölvi hans var augljóst merki um slæma heilsu.His pallor was evidence of ill health.
Hún er öðruvísi en ég.She is different from/to me.
Unverified ægja saman [e-u ægir saman]to be in a mess
Hve margir?How many?
Hve mikið?How much?
það er útséð um e-ðsth is clear
Ég var bara þykjast.I was just pretending.
flug Hve mikinn farangur hafa með sér?How much luggage is allowed?
biðja umto ask for
þykja vænt umto like
fara um borðto go aboard
líta um öxlto look back
hverfast um e-ðto orbit sth.
biðja um hjálpto ask for help
fara um borðto go on board
keyra um þverbakto go too far
fjalla um e-ðto deal with sth.
hverfast um e-ðto revolve around sth.
njósna um e-nto spy on sb.
örvænta um e-ðto despair of sth.
semja um e-ðto negotiate about sth.
kæra sig um e-ðto like sth.
keyra um þverbakto go beyond the limit
sækja um vinnuto apply for a job
eiga við um allato apply to everyone
sækja um e-ðto apply for sth. [request]
koma upp um njósnahringto break a spy ring
hennarhers
forvitnast um e-ðto enquire about sth. [esp. Br.]
vera fær um e-ðto be capable of sth.
hugsa um gera e-ðto consider doing sth.
lifa um efni framto live beyond one's means
Unverified gefa merki um samþykki sittto evidence one's approval
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