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Icelandic-English translation for: sb.
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Dictionary Icelandic English: sb

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SYNO   BS | Bachelor of Science | SB | Sb ... 
e-r keyptisb. bought
e-r gerðisb. did
e-r gætisb. might
e-r skalsb. shall
e-r á sb. shall
e-r ættisb. should
e-r mundisb. would
e-r myndisb. would
e-r/e-ð kemur framsb./sth. appears
e-r/e-ð komsb./sth. came
e-r/e-ð hafðisb./sth. had
aðstoða e-n
to help sb.
faðma e-n
to hug sb.
Unverified umvefja e-n örmumembrace sb.
sb. may [is permitted]
yfirgefa e-n/e-ðto abandon sb./sth.
auðmýkja e-nto abase sb.
aðstoða e-nto abet sb.
hafa óbeit á e-m/e-uto abominate sb./sth.
níða e-n (niður)to abuse sb. [revile]
misnota e-n/e-ðto abuse sb./sth.
hýsa e-nto accommodate sb.
fylgja e-mto accompany sb.
koma með e-mto accompany sb.
vera í fylgd með e-mto accompany sb.
ásaka e-nto accuse sb.
ávarpa e-nto address sb.
yrða á e-nto address sb.
e-n/e-ðto admire sb./sth.
ættleiða e-nto adopt sb.
hafa áhrif á e-n/e-ðto affect sb./sth.
hrjá e-nto afflict sb.
þjaka e-nto afflict sb.
aðstoða e-nto aid sb.
vara e-n viðto alert sb.
lokka e-n/e-ðto allure sb./sth.
aflima e-nto amputate sb.
skemmta e-mto amuse sb.
hafa ofan af fyrir e-mto amuse sb.
angra e-nto annoy sb.
skaprauna e-mto annoy sb.
fara í taugarnar á e-mto annoy sb.
ergja e-nto annoy sb. [irritate]
hvekkja e-nto annoy sb. [irritate]
pirra e-nto annoy sb. [irritate]
apa e-ð (upp) eftir e-m [talm.] [niðr.]to ape sb.
útnefna e-n sem e-ðto appoint sb. sth.
lögfr. handtaka e-nto apprehend sb. [take into custody]
víkja sér e-mto approach sb.
nálægjast e-n/e-ðto approach sb./sth.
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