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Dictionary Icelandic English: focus [of an earthquake]

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tölvufr. viðhengi {hv}attachment [of an email]
miðdepill {k}focus [centre, focal point]
[óákv. grein án samsvörunar í íslensku]a
viðsk. pöntunarnúmer {hv}catalogue number [for ordering an item to purchase]
[óákv. grein á undan sérhljóði, án samsvörunar í íslensku]an
taka e-ð sem dæmito consider sth. [take up as an example]
afbrýðisamur {adj}jealous [of]
gefins {adv}free [of charge]
vitaskuld {adv}naturally [of course]
-laus {suffix}-less [free of something]
albanskur {adj}Albanian [of or pertaining to Albania]
aldraður {adj}aged [old, of advanced age]
aldraður {adj}old [person: of advanced age]
hábjartur {adj}bright [of daylight etc.]
hraðskreiður {adj}fast [capable of moving quickly]
hvass {adj}sharp [of a knife]
rauður {adj}red [of the color]
hjalato babble [of baby]
árstíð {kv}season [of the year]
beiðni {kv}application [act of asking]
mál. beyging {kv}conjugation [of verbs]
mál. beyging {kv}declension [of nouns]
blað {hv}sheet [of paper]
bókasafn útgáf. bókarkjölur {k}spine [of a book]
brauðsneið {kv}slice [of bread]
mál. fallbeyging {kv}declension [of nouns]
félagsfr fjár. fjármagnseigandi {k}capitalist [owner of capital]
hálfkæringur {k}levity [lack of seriousness]
læknisfr. vísindi handlæknisfræði {kv}surgery [branch of medicine]
hjólnöf {kv}hub [of a wheel]
hugsunarháttur {k}mentality [way of thinking]
vísindi lögmál {hv}law [of nature etc.]
matskeið {kv}tablespoon [unit of measure]
fatn. mátun {kv}fitting [of clothes]
niðurferð {kv}descent [act of descending]
nöf {kv}hub [of a wheel]
landaf. oddi {k}spit [of land]
örk {kv} [pappírsörk]sheet [of paper]
röksemdafærsla {kv}argument [process of reasoning]
mál. sagnbeyging {kv}conjugation [of verbs]
skip skipsskrúfa {kv}propeller [of ship]
læknisfr. vísindi skurðlæknisfræði {kv}surgery [branch of medicine]
staðhæfing {kv}claim [statement of truth]
tilkall {hv}claim [demand of ownership]
tímabil {hv}period [of time]
timburmenn {ft}hangover [aftereffects of drunkenness]
þynnka {kv}hangover [aftereffects of drunkenness]
aðalkirkja {kv}[chief part of the church]
bókasafn prent vísindi bókfræði {kv}bibliography [study of books, etc.]
þjóðhfr. Dóminíki {k}Dominican [man of Dominican Republic]
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