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Icelandic-English translation for: tíð
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Dictionary Icelandic English: tíð

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Icelandic English
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ADJ  tíður | tíð | títt ... 
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NOUN   tíð | tíðin | tíðar | tíðir
tíð {kv}period
mál. tíð {kv}tense
tíð {kv}time
veðurfr. tíð {kv}weather conditions
2 Words
mál. Unverified þáliðin tíð {kv} <þlt.>past perfect <past-p, pp> [abbrev. used in dict.cc]
3 Words
í seinni tíð {adv}more recently
í tæka tíð {adv}in good time
í tæka tíð {adv}at the appropriate time
um ókomna tíð {adv}indefinitely
 
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