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Dictionary Icelandic English: screw up one's face

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taka til herbergi)to clean up (one's room)
taka til herbergi)to tidy up (one's room)
luma á e-uto have sth. up one's sleeve
gera e-ð upp við sigto make up one's mind about sth.
renna úr greipum e-sto break from one's grip
taka um hálsinn á e-mto put one's arms around sb.'s neck
æskustöðvar {kv.ft}place where one has grown up
æðrulaus {adj}resigned to one's fate
vild {adv}at one's pleasure
ævikvöld {hv}twilight of one's life
lækka röddinato lower one's voice
næra ímyndunarafliðto feed one's imagination
snýta sérto blow one's nose
spreyta sigto try one's strength
taka áto pull one's weight
taka áto use one's strength
taka ofanto lift one's hat
ættjarðarást {kv}love of / for one's country
ævilok {hv.ft}end of (one's) life
eyða ævidögum sínumto spend one's life
ganga á lagiðto press one's advantage
ganga leiðar sinnarto go one's way
gera á sigto soil one's pants
seðja hungur sittto still one's hunger
stappa (niður fótunum)to stamp (one's feet)
veita samþykki sittto give one's consent
orðtak á heljarþrömat the end of one's tether
vera örvitato be out of one's mind
gera í buxurnarto shit in one's pants
taka á rásto take to one's heels
vera í seilingarfjarlægðto be within one's reach
Unverified hafa sig á brottto go one's way
Unverified hafa sig á burtto go one's way
Unverified hafa sig í frammito pull one's weight
segja starfi sínu lausuto resign one's job
standa við orð sínto keep one's word
hátta sigtake off one's clothes [before sleep]
Unverified hafa sig allan viðto use all one's strength
lifa um efni framto live beyond one's means
taka orð sín afturto take back one's word
taka sig út úrto go one's own way
Unverified fara illa ráði sínuto spoil one's chances
ganga á bak orða sinnato break one's word
gefa merki um samþykki sittto evidence one's approval
Hvað segirðu?What's up? [Am.] [coll.]
mennt. taka bílpróf [talm.]to take / do / pass one's driving test
Hvað segirðu gott?What's up? [Am.] [coll.]
hafa e-ð á sérto carry sth. (in one's pockets)
hafa e-ð til umráðato have sth. at one's disposal
taka e-n sérto take sb. into one's care
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