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Icelandic-English translation for: jam në dyshim
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Dictionary Icelandic English: jam në dyshim

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mat. aldinmauk {hv}jam
stífla {k}jam
sulta {kv}jam
pappírsstífla {kv}paper jam
mat. sultukrukka {kv}jam jar
samg. umferðarhnútur {k}traffic jam
samg. umferðarteppa {kv}traffic jam
samg. umferðartafir {kv.ft}traffic jam
stífla e-ðto jam sth. [block, crowd]
hvorki ... {conj}neither ... nor
norðaustur {hv} <NA>northeast <NE>
hvorki æmta skræmtato be silent
hvorki æmta skræmtato make no sound
efnafr. neon {hv}neon <Ne>
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