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Dictionary Icelandic English: að gera e ð úr e u

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Unverified hafa e-ð upp úr e-uto profit from sth.
dauðlanga í e-ð / til e-s [e-n dauðlangar í e-ð / til e-s]to really want sth.
gera e-m greiða e-ðto sentence sb. to pay sth.
gera e-m e-ð til geðsto do sth. to please sb.
ægja e-ð [e-m ægir e-ð]to be afraid of sth. [sb. is afraid of sth.]
biðja e-n um gera e-ðto request sb. to do sth.
koma e-m til gera e-ðto get sb. to do sth.
gera (e-ð)to do (sth.)
gera (e-ð)to make (sth.)
Unverified hafa e-ð út úr e-mto get sth. out of sb.
gera við e-ðto fix sth.
gera við e-ðto mend sth.
gera ráðstafanir gegn e-uto provide against sth.
gera e-ð verkumto cause sth.
gera sér e-ð ljóstto realize sth.
gera sér e-ð uppto dissimulate sth.
gera sér e-ð uppto feign sth.
gera e-ð af sérto do sth. wrong
taka gera e-ðto start doing sth.
losna úr e-uto get rid of sth.
gera e-ð öfugtto do sth. back to front
gera e-ð af sérto get up to sth.
gera e-ð í hvellito do sth. at once
hugsa um gera e-ðto consider doing sth.
þora e-ð/e-uto dare sth.
gera ráð fyrir e-uto assume sth. [take for granted, presume]
ráða fram úr e-uto unravel sth. [a mystery]
til þess gera e-ðin order to do sth.
æfa sig í e-u / á e-ðto practice
ætla sér ( gera) e-ðto resolve to do sth.
Unverified hafa e-ð upp úr sérto make money
spá í gera e-ð [talm.]to consider doing sth.
Unverified hafa e-ð á móti e-uto be opposed to sth.
gera sér far um e-ðto make efforts to do sth.
Unverified hafa e-ð upp úr sérto get well paid
hafa með e-ð gerato have to do with sth.
ráða fram úr e-uto decipher sth. [fig.] [puzzle sth. out]
snúa út úr e-u [líka óeiginl.]to twist sth. [also fig.]
Unverified hafa e-ð fyrir sér í e-uto have sth. to go on
hreyta e-u út úr sérto jerk sth. out [utter abruptly]
gera sér fulla grein fyrir e-uto appreciate sth. [be fully aware, realize]
gera e-ð af sjálfsdáðumto do sth. by one's own effort
gera e-ð af sjálfsdáðumto do sth. of one's own accord
gera sér far um e-ðto take the trouble to do sth.
koma til með gera e-ðto be going to do sth.
Unverified ígrunda e-ðto consider sth. [e.g. possibilities]
gera e-ð upp við sigto make up one's mind about sth.
afboða e-ðto cancel sth. [e.g. an event]
affrysta e-ðto defrost sth. [e.g. the refrigerator]
fleyga e-ð [ kljúfa e-ð]to split sth.
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