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Dictionary Icelandic English: introduce sb to sth

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þveröfugur við e-n/e-ð {adj}opposed to sb./sth.
Unverified hafa e-ð af e-mto cause sb. to lose sth.
segja e-ð við e-nto say sth. to sb.
e-r/e-ð hefur tilheigingu tilsb./sth. tends to
áhræra e-n/e-ð [að varða]to apply to sb./sth. [pertain]
styðja e-n til e-sgive sb. support to do sth.
vera e-m/e-u hliðhollurto be favourable to sb./sth. [Br.]
gera e-m greiða e-ðto sentence sb. to pay sth.
gera e-m e-ð til geðsto do sth. to please sb.
Unverified verða litið á e-n/e-ðto happen to look at sb./sth.
biðja e-n um gera e-ðto request sb. to do sth.
koma e-m til gera e-ðto get sb. to do sth.
eiga við (um e-n/e-ð)to apply (to sb./sth.) [relevant, useful, appropriate]
álíta e-n/e-ð vera einhvern veginnto consider sb./sth. to be somehow
telja e-n/e-ð vera einhvern veginnto consider sb./sth. to be somehow
taka e-ð fram yfir annaðto prefer sth. to sth. else
bera e-ð á/í e-ðto apply sth. to/on sth. [put on]
vilja e-ð frekar en e-ð annaðto prefer sth. to sth. else
ávarpa e-nto speak to sb.
tilheyra e-mto belong to sb.
á móti e-m {prep}opposite to sb.
hýsa e-nto give shelter to sb.
Unverified lífláta e-nto put sb. to death
ljúga e-mto lie to sb.
beita e-n ofbeldito do violence to sb.
taka e-m framto be superior to sb.
vegna e-s. {conj}due to sth.
berja e-n til dauðato beat sb. to death
taka fram hjá e-mto be unfaithful to sb.
koma máli við e-nto talk to sb.
ætlato be about to do sth.
e-u {prep} [hreyfing]up to sth. [motion]
samsvara e-uto correspond with / to sth.
synja e-uto refuse to accept sth.
venjast e-uto get used to sth.
vilja e-ðto want to have sth.
aðlaga sig e-uto adapt to sth.
benda til e-sto point to sth.
ganga e-uto agree to sth.
Unverified verða við e-uto agree to sth.
hugsa e-m þegjandi þörfinato plan to get even with sb.
segja e-m til syndannato give sb. a thorough talking to
aðdragandi {k} [undangengnar orsakir]events leading up to sth.
fylgjast með e-uto pay attention to sth.
hlakka til e-sto look forward to sth.
koma e-u to manage to add sth.
koma e-u to manage to mention sth.
koma e-u viðto manage to do sth.
gangast inn á e-ðto agree to sth.
taka í taumanato put a stop to sth.
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