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Dictionary Icelandic English: przykładać się do czegoś

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Hefur þú ...?Do you have ... ?
valda uslato do harm
ætlato be about to do sth.
gera (e-ð)to do (sth.)
Komdu sæl! [kona]How do you do!
Komdu sæll! [maður]How do you do!
Skilurðu mig?Do you understand me?
Talarðu frönsku?Do you speak French?
Unverified Viti menn!Well, what do you know!
mennt. taka doktorsprófto do a doctorate
þvo þvottto do the laundry
Hvað heldur þú?What do you think?
Unverified Hvernig hefurðu það?How do you feel?
Skilur þú mig?Do you understand me?
Þetta gengur ekki.This won't do.
Unverified fara með sigto do oneself in
hafa það gottto do well
komast vel afto do well
Unverified verða e-ð áto do sth. wrong
Ertu með öryggishólf?Do you have a safe?
Ég skyldi gera það.I would do it.
Hann getur gert þetta.He can do this.
Hvernig hefur þú það?How do you do?
Unverified fara illa ráði sínuto do badly
beita e-n ofbeldito do violence to sb.
gera e-ð öfugtto do sth. back to front
gera e-m greiðato do sb. a favor [Am.]
gera e-m greiðato do sb. a favour [Br.]
koma e-u viðto manage to do sth.
Unverified farast vel við e-nto do well by sb.
gera e-ð af sérto do sth. wrong
gera e-ð í hvellito do sth. at once
gera e-m rangt tilto do sb. an injustice
grípa til örþrifaráðato do sth. as a last resort
hafa e-ð fyrir stafnito have sth. to do
taka e-ð sérto undertake to do sth.
Er laust herbergi hér?Do you have a room available?
Hvað áttu mikla peninga?How much money do you have?
Hvernig kemst ég þangað?How do I get there?
allt sem þú getur gertall you can do
Hvar skipti ég um lest?Where do I change trains?
Hvernig líst þér á Ísland?How do you like Iceland?
Það er ekki öllum fært.Not everybody can do it.
Þú verður gera þetta.You have to do this.
Unverified geta e-ð [vera fær um]to be able to do sth.
ganga vel [e-m gengur vel]to do fine [sb. is doing fine]
mennt. taka bílpróf [talm.]to take / do / pass one's driving test
Unverified fara rétt e-uto do sth. the right way
hafa vald til e-sto have the authority to do sth.
vera kominn e-uto be about to do sth.
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