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Dictionary Icelandic English: The water is freezing

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Klukkan gengur.The clock is going.
Sagan gengur.The story is going about.
Vélin gengur.The machine is on / running.
Hvað er að?What is the matter?
Kaupin ganga aftur.The deal is off.
Vélin gengur vel.The machine is running well.
e-ð er tilvinnandisth. is worth the effort
Unverified Fötin fara vel.The suit is a good fit.
Er þetta lestin til ...?Is this the train for ...?
Númer hvað er herbergið?What is the room number?
Hvað amar þér?What is the matter with you?
Hvað ætli klukkan sé?I wonder what the time is.
Hvað er honum?What is the matter with him?
Hvað kostar miði til ...?How much is the fare to ...?
Hvar er næsta lögreglustöð?Where is the nearest police station?
Hvar er næsta neðanjarðarlestarstöð?Where is the nearest underground station?
Hvar er næsta pósthús?Where is the nearest post office?
Það tekur því ekki.It is not worth the trouble.
Er sturta í herberginu?Is there a shower in the room?
Unverified Hans er getið í bókinni.He is mentioned in the book.
Hvenær fer næsta lest til ...?When is the next train to ...?
Það er á tali í þessu númeri.The number is engaged.
Það er ekki ómaksins vert.It is not worth the effort.
Hvernig er veðurspáin fyrir morgundaginn?What is the weather forecast for tomorrow?
Kvikmyndin byggir á raunverulegum atburðum.The movie is based on actual events.
Vatnsveitan virkaði ekki sem skyldi í þurrkinum.The water supply failed during the drought.
Kvikmyndin er byggð á sannsögulegum atburðum.The film is based on a true story.
frysting {kv}freezing
frostmark {hv}freezing point
veðurfr. frostregn {hv}freezing rain
veðurfr. frostrigning {kv}freezing rain
vatnsleysanlegur {adj}water-soluble
vatn {hv}water
baðvatn {hv}bath water
drykkjarvatn {hv}drinking water
vistfr. fráveituvatn {hv}waste water
grunnsævi {hv}shallow water
rafm. hraðsuðuketill {k}water boiler
kælivatn {hv}cooling water
skip kjölfestuvatn {hv}ballast water
mat. kókosvatn {hv}coconut water
kranavatn {hv}tap water
lindarvatn {hv}spring water
neysluvatn {hv}drinking water
ölkelduvatn {hv}mineral water
rakainnihald {hv}water content
saltvatn {hv}salt water
sjávarvatn {hv}sea water
sódavatn {hv}mineral water
mat. tónik {hv}tonic (water)
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