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Dictionary Icelandic English: into

Translation 1 - 41 of 41

IcelandicEnglish
oní {prep} [talm.] [afbrigði af: ofan í]into
inn í {prep} [+þf.]into
Unverified innan í {prep} [+þf.]into
út í {prep} [+þf.]into
yfir í {prep} [+þf.]into
2 Words: Others
ofan í {prep}(down) into
í frysti {adv} [óeiginl.]into abeyance [fig.] [in cold storage]
út í {prep} [+þf.]out into
2 Words: Verbs
athugalook into
birtast (skyndilega)to break into
brjótast inn íto break into
rekast utan í e-ðto bump into sth.
ryðjast inn í e-ðto burst into sth.
verða e-uto change into sth.
umbreytast í e-ðto turn into sth.
verða e-uto turn into sth.
3 Words: Verbs
bresta í söngto break into song
bresta í grátto break into tears
koma óorði á e-nto bring sb. into disrepute
bresta í grátto burst into tears
verða tilto come into being
koma til álitato come into consideration
koma til greinato come into consideration
koma e-m í klíputo get sb. into difficulties
láta e-ð ofan í e-ðto put sth. in / into sth.
hafa e-n/e-ð í hugato take sb./sth. into consideration
taka e-ð með í reikninginnto take sth. into account
taka e-ð með í reikninginnto take sth. into consideration
4 Words: Verbs
Unverified eignast e-ðto come into possession of sth.
koma í heiminnto come into the world
komast í snertingu við e-n/e-ðto get into contact with sb./sth.
eyða púðri í e-ðto put an effort into sth.
taka e-n sérto take sb. into one's care
5+ Words: Others
Dádýr birtist skyndilega.A deer broke into the clearing.
Hann ruddist inn í herbergið.He burst into the room.
Rödd hans brast í falsettu.His voice broke into a falsetto.
Þessi vegur liggur inn á hraðbrautina.This road feeds into the freeway.
5+ Words: Verbs
ómerkja e-ðto deliberately not take sth. into account
koma e-m upp á e-ðto let sb. get into a bad habit
hafa mikið viðto put a lot of work into sth.
Unverified gera sér dælt við e-nto worm one's way into sb.'s favor
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