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Icelandic-English translation for: kominn
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Dictionary Icelandic English: kominn

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Icelandic English
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ADJ  kominn | komin | komið ... 
vera kominn e-uto be about to do sth.
vera kominn af e-mto be descended from sb.
kominn fram yfir tímann {adj}overdue
Unverified vera (kominn) í úlfakrepputo be in a tight spot
Ég er kominn þessu.It's the next thing I'm going to do.
vera kominn til ára sinnato be advanced in years
vera vel / illa á sig kominnto be in good / bad shape [physically]
 
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