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Dictionary Icelandic English: at peak times

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stundum {adv}at times
fjallstindur {k}peak
tindur {k}peak
landaf. fjallstindur {k}mountain peak
háannatími {k}peak season
eðlisfr. öldutoppur {k}wave peak
margoft {adv}many times
margsinnis {adv}many times
margsinnis {adv}several times
þrisvar {adv}three times
þúsundfaldur {adv}a thousand times
saga fornöld {kv}ancient times {pl}
harðindi {hv.ft}hard times
veltiár {hv.ft}prosperous times
hjá {prep}at
heima {adv}at home
strax {adv}at once
efnafr. astat {hv}astatine <At>
á hádegi {adv}at midday
á nóttunni {adv}at night
án tafar {adv}at once
um hádegisbil {adv}at midday
við (hið) {prep}at (the)
við (hina) {prep}at (the)
við (hinn) {prep}at (the)
yfirleitt {adv}at all [in negative contexts]
þáverandi {adj}at that / the time [postpos.]
efnafr. sætistala {kv}atomic number <at. no.>
austanverðu {adv}at the eastern side
í bili {adv}at the moment
minnsta kosti {adv}at least
í fljótu bragði {adv}at first glance
Unverified í síðasta lagi {adv}at the latest
Það var ekkert!Not at all!
þegar í stað {adv}at once
atv. fjarvinna {kv}working at home <WAH> [telework]
í hálfa stöng {adv}at half mast [flag]
í sama bili {adv}at that very moment
í sömu andrá {adv}at the same moment
í tæka tíð {adv}at the appropriate time
skoða e-ðto take a look at sth.
orðtak á heljarþrömat the end of one's tether
glápa e-ð)to gaze (at sth.)
stara e-ð)to gaze (at sth.)
fyrir allar aldir {adv}at the crack of dawn
Hestarnir nærast á hádegi.The horses feed at noon.
Unverified í allra síðasta lagi {adv}at the very latest
Svín étandi við trog.Pigs feeding at a trough.
gera e-ð í hvellito do sth. at once
vera fær í e-uto be good at sth.
Hvað er í bíó?What's on at the cinema?
ég gista hjá þér?Could I stay at your place?
Þú getur gist hjá mér.You can stay at my place.
hafa e-ð til umráðato have sth. at one's disposal
kosta kapps um e-ðto make a big effort at sth.
Honum þótti við mig fyrir þetta. [gamalt]He took offense at what I did.
Ég verð alveg pottþétt þar á hádegi.I'll be there at noon without fail.
Getur þú vakið mig klukkan átta?Could you wake me up at eight o'clock?
amast við e-m/e-uto express one's annoyance at sb./sth.
klukkan hálf níu {adv}at half past eight
Ég ætla fara úr vagninum á næstu biðstöð.I want to get off at the next stop.
 
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