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Icelandic-English translation for: matter
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Dictionary Icelandic English: matter

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IcelandicEnglish
NOUN1   a matter | matters
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NOUN2   matter | -
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VERB  to matter | mattered | mattered ... 
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SYNO   to count | to matter | to weigh ... 
eðlisfr. efni {hv}matter
2 Words: Nouns
viðskiptaerindi {hv}business matter
eðlisfr. þéttefni {hv}condensed matter
stjörnfr. hulduefni {hv}dark matter
vandræðamál {hv}difficult matter
þurrefni {hv}dry matter
innanhússmál {hv}internal matter
stjörnfr. geimefni {hv}interstellar matter <ISM>
aukaatriði {hv}minor matter
einkamál {hv}personal matter
prentað mál {hv}printed matter
einkaerindi {hv}private matter
einkamál {hv}private matter
lesefni {hv}reading matter
alvörumál {hv}serious matter
aukaatriði {hv}subsidiary matter
aukaatriði {hv}unimportant matter
3 Words: Others
Það gerir ekkert til.It doesn't matter.
á hverju sem gengur {adv}no matter what
3 Words: Verbs
flækja málto complicate a matter
fella niður málto dismiss a matter
3 Words: Nouns
eðlisfr. þéttefnisfræði {kv}condensed matter physics [treated as sg.]
efni {hv} til umræðumatter for discussion
áhyggjuefni {hv}matter of concern
trúnaðarmál {hv}matter of confidence
ágreiningsefni {hv}matter of dispute
Unverified útfærsluatriði {hv}matter of implementation
áhorfsmál {hv} [gamalt]matter of opinion
álitaefni {hv}matter of opinion
álitamál {hv}matter of opinion
matsatriði {hv}matter of opinion
prinsippmál {hv}matter of principle
forgangsmál {hv}matter of priority
smekksatriði {hv}matter of taste
tímaspursmál {hv}matter of time
4 Words: Others
Hvað er að?What is the matter?
4 Words: Nouns
stjórn. þjóðþrifamál {hv}matter of national interest
5+ Words: Others
vísu {adv}as a matter of fact
Hvað er honum?What is the matter with him?
Hvað amar þér?What is the matter with you?
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