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Dictionary Icelandic English: að kyssa e n e ð

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dauðlanga í e-ð / til e-s [e-n dauðlangar í e-ð / til e-s]to really want sth.
afmynda e-n [e-ð afmyndar e-n]to distort sb.
ægja e-ð [e-m ægir e-ð]to be afraid of sth. [sb. is afraid of sth.]
aðskilja e-n/e-ðto separate sb./sth.
afeitra e-n/e-ðto detoxify sb./sth.
afrækja e-n/e-ðto neglect sb./sth.
deyða e-n/e-ðto kill sb./sth.
trúarbr. dýrka e-n/e-ðto worship sb./sth.
einangra e-n/e-ðto isolate sb./sth.
elta e-n/e-ðto chase sb./sth.
fæða e-n/e-ðto feed sb./sth.
hunsa e-n/e-ðto disregard sb./sth.
hunsa e-n/e-ðto ignore sb./sth.
mata e-n/e-ðto feed sb./sth.
nálgast e-n/e-ðto approach sb./sth.
næra e-n/e-ðto feed sb./sth.
ofmeta e-n/e-ðto overestimate sb./sth.
staðsetja e-n/e-ðto locate sb./sth.
vakta e-n/e-ðto surveil sb./sth.
vanmeta e-n/e-ðto underestimate sb./sth.
vanmeta e-n/e-ðto underrate sb./sth.
vanrækja e-n/e-ðto neglect sb./sth.
mennt. afskrá e-n/e-ðto sign sth./sb. off
grandskoða e-n/e-ðto look sb./sth. over [to inspect]
Unverified ígrunda e-ðto consider sth. [e.g. possibilities]
örva e-n/e-ð [æsa, hvetja]to arouse sb./sth.
örva e-n/e-ð [glæða]to stimulate sb./sth.
örva e-n/e-ð [hressa]to enliven sb./sth.
staðsetja e-n/e-ðto locate sb./sth. [Br.]
ásaka e-n um e-ðto accuse sb. of sth.
glíma (við e-n/e-ð)to wrestle (with sb./sth.)
kæra e-n fyrir e-ðto accuse sb. of sth.
krefja e-n um e-ðto demand sth. of sb.
segja e-ð við e-nto say sth. to sb.
orðtak skilja e-n/e-ð eftirto leave sb./sth. behind
taka e-n/e-ð alvarlegato take sb./sth. seriously
kæra e-n fyrir e-ðto bring a charge against sb.
grennslast fyrir um e-n/e-ðto inquire about sb./sth.
afboða e-ðto cancel sth. [e.g. an event]
affrysta e-ðto defrost sth. [e.g. the refrigerator]
áhræra e-n/e-ð [ varða]to apply to sb./sth. [pertain]
fleyga e-ð [ kljúfa e-ð]to split sth.
hrauna yfir e-n/e-ð [talm.]to rant (on) about sb./sth.
saka e-n um e-ðto charge sb. with sth. [accuse, blame]
snuðra um e-n/e-ð [niðr.]to spy on / upon sb./sth.
hafa e-n/e-ð í hugato take sb./sth. into consideration
setja e-n/e-ð í viðbragðsstöðuto put sb./sth. on alert
þekkja e-n/e-ð af afspurnto know sb./sth. by reputation
rukka e-n um e-ðto charge sb. for sth. [demand payment from]
Unverified verða litið á e-n/e-ðto happen to look at sb./sth.
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