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Icelandic-English translation for: to have
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Dictionary Icelandic English: to have

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VERB  to have | had | had ... 
hafato have
Partial Matches
skyldueign {kv}must-have
hafato have got
skuluto have to
öreigi {k}have-not
vera illtto have pain
þurfa to have to
Hefur þú ...?Do you have ... ?
Unverified vera nóg boðiðto have enough
vera andfúllto have bad breath
verða [um skyldu]to have to
halda boðto have a party
fæða barnto have a baby
vera ekki einhamurto have superhuman strength
Unverified vera útskeifurto have out-turned feet
hafa brún auguto have brown eyes
eiga e-ðto have sth. [own]
fara í lautarferðto (have a) picnic
sér sætito have a seat
Eigðu góða nótt.Have a good night.
vera kjaftforto have a big mouth [coll.]
eiga e-ð tilto have sth. available
vilja e-ðto want to have sth.
[þú] mátt ekkiyou don't have to
hafa e-ð tilto have sth. available
Ég er háttaður.I have gone to bed.
koma hart niðurto have a hard fall
Ertu með öryggishólf?Do you have a safe?
Unverified eiga e-ð eftirto have sth. left
ætlast e-ð fyrirto have sth. in mind
eiga e-ð ógertto have sth. to do
Unverified eiga heima einhvers staðarto have a home somewhere
Unverified eiga margt ógertto have much left to do
Þú verður fara.You will have to go.
Unverified eiga e-n to have sb. to turn to
hafa e-ð einhvers staðarto have sth. somewhere
aðkenningu af slagito have a mild stroke
eiga skammt eftir ólifaðto have little time left
hafa ofan í sighave enough to eat
hafa e-ð hjá sérto have sth. at hand
hafa e-ð í hugato have sth. in mind
hafa e-ð við sigto have a certain charm
ganga fyrir e-nto have an audience with sb.
koma hart niður barnito have a difficult birth
hafa e-ð fyrir stafnito have sth. to do
Þú verður gera þetta.You have to do this.
Unverified ganga upp og niðurto have its ups and downs
vera ekki í rónnito have no peace of mind
draga e-ð í efato have doubts about sth.
Unverified ganga upp og ofanto have its ups and downs
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