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Dictionary Icelandic English: Who cares

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hver {pron}who
stjórn. Alþjóða heilbrigðisstofnun {kv}World Health Organization <WHO>
Hver er þar?Who is there?
Unverified Þér ferst þetta ekki!Who are you to talk!
allir þeir sem vilja fara útall those who want to go out
 
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