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Icelandic-English translation for: introduce sth
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innleiða e-ðto introduce sth.
Partial Matches
kynnato introduce
ég kynna ...May I introduce ...
rukka e-ð fyrir e-ðto charge sth. for sth. [demand a price]
taka e-ð fyrir e-ðto charge sth. for sth. [set a price]
hlaða e-ð með e-uto charge sth. with sth. [to load firearm, battery]
bera e-ð á/í e-ðto apply sth. to/on sth. [put on]
fylla e-ð með e-uto charge sth. with sth. [load to capacity]
þrykkja e-ð á e-ðto print sth. on sth. [especially graphics]
Unverified svipta e-u ofan af e-uto sweep sth. off sth. [take away]
þrífa e-ð úr e-uto snatch sth. from / out of sth.
eyrnamerkja e-ð e-uto earmark sth. for sth. [reserve]
aðlaga e-ð (e-u)to adjust sth. (at / to sth.)
taka e-ð fram yfir annaðto prefer sth. to sth. else
vilja e-ð frekar en e-ð annaðto prefer sth. to sth. else
pota e-u í e-ðto prod sth. into sth. else
verja e-ð fyrir e-uto protect sth. against / from sth.
láta e-ð ofan í e-ðto put sth. in / into sth.
yfirfæra e-ð e-ð)to superimpose sth. (on / onto sth.)
pota e-u í e-ðto tuck sth. into sth. else
eyrnamerkja e-ð e-uto allocate sth. for sth.
jafna e-u samanto compare sth. with sth.
álykta e-ð (af e-u)to conclude sth. (from sth.)
álykta e-ð (af e-u)to deduce sth. (from sth.)
álykta e-ð (af e-u)to infer sth. (from sth.)
einskorða e-ð við e-ðto limit sth. to sth.
þjappa e-u inn í e-ðto pack sth. into sth.
taka e-ð af e-uto remove sth. from sth.
Unverified núa e-u í e-ðto rub sth. into sth.
Unverified úða e-ð (með e-u)to spray sth. (with sth.)
pressa e-ð úr e-uto squeeze sth. from sth.
þræða e-ð upp á e-ðto thread sth. on sth.
þræða e-ð í gegnum e-ðto thread sth. through sth.
hafa e-ð til e-sto use sth. for sth.
Unverified vera í e-u utan yfir (e-ð)to wear sth. over (sth.)
vefja e-u um e-ðto wind sth. around sth.
vinda e-ð upp á e-ðto wind sth. around sth.
vefja e-u um e-ðto wrap sth. around sth.
eitthvað {pron} <e-ð>something <sth.>
fyrir ofan (e-ð) {prep}above (sth.)
ofan við (e-ð) {adv}above (sth.)
fram úr e-u {prep}beyond sth.
fram yfir e-ð {prep}beyond sth.
fyrir handan e-ð {adv}beyond sth.
handan e-s {prep}beyond sth.
handan við e-ð {prep}beyond sth.
út fyrir e-ð {prep}beyond sth.
hvað e-ð áhrærir {adv}regarding sth.
hvað viðkemur e-u {adv}regarding sth.
æta e-ðcorrode sth.
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