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Dictionary Icelandic English: Lachen in Keller gehen

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út í (ystu) æsar {adv}in detail
samræmast e-uto be in agreement with sth.
í viðurvist e-s {adv}in the presence of sb.
ætlast e-ð fyrirto have sth. in mind
ganga frá e-uto put sth. in order
heilsast vel [e-m heilsast]to be in good health
snúa öfugtto face in the wrong direction
orðtak stormur í vatnsglasia storm in a teacup [Br.]
gera í buxurnarto shit in one's pants
grípa inn í [samtal]to break in [conversation]
sérhæfa sig í e-uto specialize in sth.
taka þátt e-u)to participate in sth.
Unverified vera illa farinnto be in a sorry state
Hér ægir öllu saman.Everything is in a mess.
orðið í þessu samhengithe word in this context
til orðs og æðis {adv}in word and deed
koma í góðar þarfirto come in handy
setja sig í hættuto put oneself in danger
taka undir í fjöllunumto echo in the hills
Unverified vera farinn heilsuto be in poor health
vera í góðri æfinguto be in good training
í orði og á borði {adv}in theory and practice
í þágu e-s {adv}in the interest of sb./sth.
ægja saman [e-u ægir saman]to be in a mess
koma e-m tilto get sb. in the mood
vera aðþrengdurto be in the hot seat [be in difficulties]
ganga á hljóðiðto go in the direction of the sound
ganga við hjá e-mto drop in on sb.
hafa e-ð á sérto carry sth. (in one's pockets)
hafa e-ð í hugato have sth. in mind
hafa e-ð í hugato keep sth. in mind
sérhæfa sig í e-uto specialise in sth. [Br.]
vera ástfanginn af e-mto be in love with sb.
vera efins í e-uto be in doubt about sth.
vera efins um e-ðto be in doubt about sth.
umskipti {hv.ft} í veðrinua break in the weather
Ekki trufla í fyrramálið.Do not disturb me in the morning.
Er sturta í herberginu?Is there a shower in the room?
til þess gera e-ðin order to do sth.
Þá var öldin önnur.Things were different then/in those days.
taka e-ð upp eftir öðrumto imitate sb. in sth.
Ég er flýta mér.I'm in a hurry.
Ég þarf flýta mér.I'm in a hurry.
Einn miða í reyklausum klefa.A ticket in a non-smoker, please.
Unverified Hans er getið í bókinni.He is mentioned in the book.
Hvernig segir maður ... á íslensku?How do you say ... in Icelandic?
Mér tókst gera þetta.I succeeded in doing this.
Það er illa komið fyrir honum.He is in a bad situation.
Það er illa komið fyrir honum.He's in a bad way.
Unverified Þar gat líta í hópnum . . .In the crowd one could spot . . .
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