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Þetta er alveg ótvírætt.There's no doubt about it.
Unverified Hvað fór þeim á milli?What did they talk about?
Hvað er klukkan?What time is it?
Hvað líður tímanum?What time is it?
Unverified Hvað vildi hún þér?What did she want to see you about?
bíóm. F Allt um EvuAll About Eve [Joseph L. Mankiewicz]
Hann gerði ekkert í því.He did nothing about it.
Hún þóttist ekkert vita.She made out she knew nothing about it.
Ég ætlaði fara gera þetta.I was about to do it.
það er vafalaustit is beyond all doubt
við vitum það öllwe all know it
Það getur vel verið hún eins falleg og þú segir.It's possible that she's as pretty as you say.
Hvað heitirðu?What's your name?
Hvað segirðu?What's up? [Am.] [coll.]
Hvað gengur á?What's going on?
Hvað heitir þú?What's your name?
Hvað segirðu gott?What's up? [Am.] [coll.]
Hvað hangir á spýtunni?What's the catch?
Hvernig gengur?How's it going?
það erit's [it is]
Það er áríðandi!It's urgent!
Hvað er í bíó?What's on at the cinema?
Hvað kostar aka til ...?What's the fare to ...?
Ég er næsturIt's my turn.
Þú ert næstur.It's your turn.
Það fer í vöxt.It's increasing.
Klukkan er orðin sjö.It's turned seven.
gera e-ð upp við sigto make up one's mind about sth.
Það er komið þér.It's your turn.
Unverified hafa sig allan viðto use all one's strength
Unverified Því er svo farið.That's how it stands.
Unverified Hún skal það!She's got it coming to her!
orðtak veðurfr. Það rignir eldi og brennisteini.It's raining cats and dogs.
Hvað kostar undir þetta bréf til Íslands?What's the postage for this letter to Iceland?
málshát. Morgunstund gefur gull í mund.It's the early bird that catches the worm.
Ég er kominn þessu.It's the next thing I'm going to do.
þá {adv}then
síðan þá {adv}since then
öðru hverju {adv}now and then
öðru hvoru {adv}now and then
Þá var öldin önnur.Things were different then/in those days.
um {prep} [+acc]about
kremja hjarta e-sto break (someone's) heart
segja til e-sto reveal sb.'s whereabouts
taka kveðju e-sto return sb.'s greeting
renna úr greipum e-sto break from one's grip
ættfróður {adj}knowledgeable about genealogy
hvað {pron}what
hvaða {pron}what
brölt {hv}tumbling about
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