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sálarstyrkur {k}strength of character
sálarþrek {hv}strength of character
standa á öndinnito be out of breath
Unverified hafa eitthvað upp á sigto be of use
Unverified fara á mis við e-ðto be deprived of sth.
koma gagnito be of use
koma haldito be of use
vera vel ættaðurto be of good family
koma af fjöllumto be totally unaware of sth.
vita af e-uto be aware of sth.
vera örvitato be out of one's mind
lögfr. liggja undir morðgrunto be under suspicion of murder
efa e-ðto be sceptical about / of sth. [Br.]
koma ekki til greinato be out of the question
Unverified verða til e-sto be the cause of sth.
koma ekki til málato be out of the question
votta fyrir e-uto be some signs of sth.
vera fær um e-ðto be capable of sth.
vera út úr myndinni [óeiginl.]to be left out of consideration
koma e-m ekki viðto be none of sb.'s business
eðlisfar {hv}character
skaphöfn {kv}character
skaplyndi {hv}character
leiklist hlutverk {hv}character
Unverified manngerð {kv}character
persónuleiki {k}character
prent orðabil {hv}space character
aðalmaður {k}leading character
stafabil {hv}blank character
tölvufr. bil {hv} [stafabil]space character
mál. hástafur {k}upper-case character
lágstafur {k}lower-case character
ægja e-ð [e-m ægir e-ð]to be afraid of sth. [sb. is afraid of sth.]
ganga mikið á [það gengur mikið á]to be a lot going on [there is a lot going on]
gera út mann til e-sto send a man to do sth.
komast áto be established
vera á vaktto be on duty
vera hreinn tilbúningurto be a complete fabrication
orðtak vera gulls ígildito be worth a mint
vera á kreikito be on the move
vera ör á to be generous with money
Unverified vera illa farinnto be in a sorry state
hafa andstyggð á e-uto be revolted by sth.
vita á e-ðto be an omen for sth.
Unverified hafa e-ð á hendito be responsible for sth.
Fundurinn verður á morgun.The meeting will be held tomorrow.
hafa viðbjóð á e-uto be disgusted by sth.
Unverified verða undir bílto be run over by a car
hafa vit á e-uto be knowledgeable about sth.
bera ábyrgð á e-uto be responsible for sth.
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