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Dictionary Icelandic English: in a flash

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SYNO   in a flash | instantaneously ... 
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glampato flash
efnafr. blossamark {hv}flash point
efnafr. logamark {hv}flash point
tölvufr. minnislykill {k}USB flash drive
á öruggum staðin a safe place
bráðum {adv}in a moment
á kvöldin {adv}in the evening
orðtak í hnotskurnin a nutshell
ökuferð {kv}ride (in a car)
á miðöldum {adv}in the Middle Ages
Unverified á öndverðum vetri {adv}early in the winter
á sína vísu {adv}in his own way
í djúpum svefni {adv}in a fast sleep
orðtak stormur í vatnsglasia storm in a teacup [Br.]
Hér ægir öllu saman.Everything is in a mess.
í orði og á borði {adv}in theory and practice
umskipti {hv.ft} í veðrinua break in the weather
Ég er flýta mér.I'm in a hurry.
Ég þarf flýta mér.I'm in a hurry.
Unverified ægja saman [e-u ægir saman]to be in a mess
Er sturta í herberginu?Is there a shower in the room?
Einn miða í reyklausum klefa.A ticket in a non-smoker, please.
Hvernig segir maður ... á íslensku?How do you say ... in Icelandic?
Ég á heima í...I live in ...
Ég ætla tvo miða á svölum.I'd like two tickets in the dress circle.
Ég þarf sinna nokkrum erindum í borginni.I've got a few errands to do in town.
fara á æfinguto go to a training session
fara á íþróttaæfinguto go to a training session
höggva á hnút [óeiginl.]to break a deadlock [fig.]
Ég á pantað herbergi.I have a reservation.
binda enda á ferðalagto break a journey
skrifa upp á víxilto endorse a bill
taka á sig röggto make a concentrated effort
Kallið á lækni!Call a doctor!
bera smyrsl á sárto apply ointment to a cut
Handan við þessar hæðir er á.Beyond those hills there is a river.
lækir sem renna út í ástreams that feed a river
Það á sér langan aðdraganda.There is a long story behind this.
ein. rafm. amper {hv} <A>ampere <A>
Ég ætla panta einn miða á föstudaginn.I'd like to book a ticket for Friday.
í {prep}in
Unverified Hann á enn mikið ólært eins og merkja af nýlegri hegðun hans.He still has a lot to learn, as is evidenced by his recent behaviour.
áberandi {adj}in evidence
árangurslaus {adj}in vain
ásamt {prep}in company with
ástfanginn {adj}in love [postpos.]
ef {conj}in case
eftirsóttur {adj}in request
framanverður {adv}in front
innbyggður {adj}built-in
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