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Icelandic-English translation for: look-alike
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Dictionary Icelandic English: look alike

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IcelandicEnglish
NOUN   a look-alike | look-alikes
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SYNO   double | image | look-alike
tvífari {k}look-alike
Partial Matches
á sama hátt {adv}alike
eins {adj} {adv}alike
jöfnum höndum {adv}alike
svipaður {adj}alike
alveg eins {adj} {adv}exactly alike
nauðalíkur {adj}extremely alike
sjáto look
augnaráð {hv}look
svipmót {hv}look
útlit {hv}look
yfirbragð {hv}look
sko {adv}look here
horfa framto look ahead
líta afturto look back
líta um öxlto look back
líta viðto look back
horfa þunglegato look bad
líkjastto look like
líta út eins ogto look like
líta frísklega útto look refreshed
þóttasvipur {k}haughty look
alvörusvipur {k}serious look
nístandi augnaráð {hv}stinging look
Unverified umhorfs {adv}to look around
upplit {hv}look [facial expression]
umhorf {hv}look [of surroundings]
berja e-ð augumto look at sth.
líta inn á viðto look inside [fig.]
athuga e-ðto look into sth.
kanna e-ðto look into sth.
taka sig (vel / illa) útto look (good / bad)
undrunarsvipur {k}look of astonishment
passa e-n/e-ðto look after sb./sth.
virða e-n/e-ð fyrir sérto look at sb./sth.
leitato look for [search, seek]
líta e-n hornaugato look askance at sb.
ganga í augun á e-mto look attractive to sb.
líta e-n illu augato look daggers at sb.
hlakka til e-sto look forward to sth.
horfa vonaraugum til e-sto look forward to sth.
líta upp til e-sto look up to sb.
Líttu í kringum þig.Have a look around.
vera (ekki) þesslegurto (not) look like as
grandskoða e-n/e-ðto look sb./sth. over [to inspect]
Unverified kíkja á e-ðto take a look at sth.
skoða e-ðto take a look at sth.
óálitlegur {adj}nothing much to look at
verða viðundrito be made to look foolish
ota sínum totato look out for number one
skara eld eigin kökuto look out for number one
Unverified horfa í kíkito look through a telescope / binoculars
verða litið á e-n/e-ðto happen to look at sb./sth.
kunna fótum sínum forráðto be able to look after oneself
lítast ekki á blikunato not like the look of it
sjá sitt óvænnato not like the look of it
leita í hverjum krók og kima [orðtak]to look in every nook and cranny [idiom]
Þau eru nauðalík.They look very much like each other. [Br.]
Hún hefur útlit sem hver fyrirsæta getur verið fullsæmd af.She has a look that any model can be proud of.
virðast [mér virðist, e-ð virðist]to look (like) [it looks to me, sth. looks like]
 
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