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Icelandic-English translation for: feel
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Dictionary Icelandic English: feel

Translation 1 - 44 of 44

NOUN   a feel | feels
VERB  to feel | felt | felt ... 
SYNO   to feel | to sense | to experience ... 
hafa [líða]to feel
þykjato feel
finna tilto feel
finnast [e-m finnst e-ð]to feel [sb. feels sth.]
finna fyrir e-uto feel sth.
finna til e-sto feel sth.
þreifa á e-uto feel sth.
2 Words: Others
Mér finnst ...I feel ...
2 Words: Verbs
vera eftir sigto feel exhausted
hafa það gottto feel fine
finna tilto feel pain
kenna tilto feel pain
fara á fjörurnar við e-nto feel sb. out
verða óglattto feel sick
flökra [e-m flökrar]to feel sick [sb. feels sick] [of nausea]
finna á sérto feel tipsy
vera í kippnum [vera svolítið undir áhrifum víns]to feel tipsy
3 Words: Others
Mér er flökurt.I feel nauseated.
Mér er flökurt.I feel sick.
Mér er óglatt.I feel sick. [Br.]
Mér er ómótt.I feel sick. [Br.]
3 Words: Verbs
nenna e-uto feel like doing sth.
þreifa fyrir sérto feel one's way
þreifa sig áframto feel one's way
vorkenna e-mto feel pity for sb.
Unverified kenna sér einskis meinsto feel quite fit
þykja e-ð leittto feel sorry about sth.
þykja fyrir e-uto feel sorry about sth.
vorkenna e-mto feel sorry for sb.
kenna í brjósti um e-nto feel sorry for sb.
vera alveg fráto feel very bad
vera undarlega innanbrjóststo feel weird inside
fyllast angistto to feel anguish
4 Words: Others
Hvernig hefurðu það?How do you feel?
4 Words: Verbs
víla e-ð ekki fyrir sérto feel no compunction about sth.
fikra sig áframto feel one's way (along)
Unverified vera illa fyrir kallaðurto feel out of sorts
fara á mis við e-ðto feel the lack of sth.
þurfa á e-u haldato feel the need for sth.
5+ Words: Others
Mér er óglatt.I feel sick to my stomach.
Mér er ómótt.I feel sick to my stomach.
5+ Words: Verbs
una (ekki) einhvers staðarto (not) feel happy to be somewhere
Unverified vera alveg frá í e-uto feel a lot of pain in sth.
Unverified þykjast fær í flestan sjóto feel ready to take anything on
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