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Dictionary Icelandic English: on weekends

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á {prep} [+acc/+dat]on
Áfram!Come on!
stórlega {adv}on a big scale
stórlega {adv}on a large scale
stundvíslega {adv}on time
við {pron}on (the)
viljandi {adv}on purpose
brennato be on fire
gerastto go on [happen]
hrekkjato play a prank on [tease]
kveikjato turn on
stjórns. áfengisgjald {hv}charge on alcoholic beverages
fjár. dráttarvextir {k.ft}interest on overdue payments
fjár. refsivextir {k.ft}interest on overdue payments
fjár. vanskilavextir {k.ft}interest on overdue payments
á sunnudögum {adv}on Sundays
báðum megin {adv}on both sides
beint áfram {adv}straight on
hægra megin {adv}on the right
öðrum megin {adv}on the other side
ofan á {adv}on top
Unverified öllum megin {adv}on all sides
til vinstri {adv}on the left
um borð {adv}on board
halda áframto move on
máta (föt)to try on
vera stundvísto be on time
fara í [+acc]to put on
á vinstri hönd {adv}on the left
ef óskað er {adv}on/upon request
happa og glappa {adj}off and on
og svo framvegisand so on <ASO>
fara í fríto go on holiday
fara um borðto go on board
nærast á ávöxtumto feed on fruit
vera á vaktto be on duty
efa e-ðto cast doubt on sth.
endurbæta e-ðto improve on / upon sth.
uppáleggja e-m e-ðto impose sth. on sb.
hrauna yfir e-n/e-ð [talm.]to rant (on) about sb./sth.
kveikja í e-u [+dat]to set sth. on fire [burn sth.]
njósna um e-nto spy on sb.
á hægri hönd {adv}on the right-hand side
bera e-ð á/í e-ðto apply sth. to/on sth. [put on]
Unverified fara með öfugmælito turn the truth on its head
setja e-n/e-ð í viðbragðsstöðuto put sb./sth. on alert
vera á kreikito be on the move
vera vakandi fyrir e-uto be on the alert for sth.
þola önn fyrir e-nto suffer on sby's account
Ég er á leiðinni!I'm on my way!
Hvað er í bíó?What's on at the cinema?
Öldurnar brotnuðu á ströndinni.The waves broke on the shore.
Víxillinn fellur 1. júni.The bill falls due on June 1st.
minnka við sig reykingarto cut down on smoking
smyrja smjöri á brauðto spread butter on bread
Ég reif buxurnar mínar á gaddavírnum.I tore my pants on the barbed wire.
Ég engin merki um sorg á andliti syrgjandans.I saw no evidence of grief on the mourner's face.
e-n með sér i liðto get sb. on board [also fig.]
Unverified vera sendur út af örkinnito be sent on an errand
 
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