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Dictionary Icelandic English: fara

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VERB   fara | fer | fór | farið
farato go
fara [byrja]to begin
fara [byrja]to commence
Unverified fara [enda]to end
fara [ferðast]to move
fara [ferðast]to travel
Unverified fara [hæfa]to fit
Unverified fara [hæfa]to suit
Unverified fara [meðhöndla]to handle
Unverified fara [meðhöndla]to treat
2 Words: Verbs
Unverified fara aftur [e-m fer aftur]to loose one's touch [sb. looses his touch]
fara burtto leave
Unverified fara e-m vel [e-ð fer e-m vel]to suit sb. [sth. suits sb. well]
fara eftir e-u [leiðbeiningum]to follow sth. [instructions]
Unverified fara eftir e-u [sækja]to fetch sth.
fara eftir e-u [það fer eftir e-u]to depend on sth. [it depends on sth.]
fara fráto get out of the way
fara fram [e-ð fer fram]to take place [sth. takes place]
fara fram [e-m fer fram]to improve [sb. is improving]
fara hjá (e-m/e-u)to pass by (sb./sth.)
Unverified fara hjá e-u [það fer ekki hjá því]not to be avoided [it cannot be avoided]
fara í [föt]to dress
Unverified fara kringum e-ðto bend the rules
Unverified fara með e-ðto take sth. with one
Unverified fara niðurto be spilled
fara niðurto go downstairs
fara umto travel about
fara úr [fötum]to undress
fara úrskeiðisto fail
fara útto go outside
Unverified fara út [ferðast erlendis]to travel abroad
Unverified fara velto end well
fara í [+acc]to put on
3 Words: Others
Unverified Fötin fara vel.The suit is a good fit.
3 Words: Verbs
fara á æfinguto go to a training session
fara á hausinnto go bankrupt
fara á íþróttaæfinguto go to a training session
Unverified fara ferða sinnato go where one pleases
fara fram áto require
fara fram á e-ðto request sth.
fara fram hjá e-mto pass sb.
fara fram úr e-mto overtake sb.
fara hjá sérto be embarrassed
Unverified fara höndum um e-ðto handle sth.
fara huldu höfðito be incognito
fara í fríto go on holiday
fara í lautarferðto (have a) picnic
atv. fara í verkfallto strike [come out on strike]
hagkerfi fara í þrotto fail
fara með kvæðito recite a poem
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