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Icelandic-English translation for: to be expedient to do sth
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ætlato be about to do sth.
vera kominn e-uto be about to do sth.
geta e-ð [vera fær um]to be able to do sth.
koma til með gera e-ðto be going to do sth.
Unverified iða í skinninu (að gera e-ð)to be itching (to do sth.)
Unverified eiga ekkert með gera e-ðto not be entitled to do sth.
vera e-ð óljúft [e-m er e-ð óljúft]to be reluctant to do sth.
Unverified vera í góðum efnumto be well-to-do
úrræði {hv}expedient
Þetta væri óðs manns æði.It would be madness to do this.
aðhafast e-ðto do sth.
gera (e-ð)to do (sth.)
verða e-ð áto do sth. wrong
eiga e-ð ógertto have sth. to do
koma e-u viðto manage to do sth.
gera e-ð af sérto do sth. wrong
bjóðast til e-sto offer to do sth.
Unverified gera e-ð með eftirtölumto do sth. grudgingly
gera e-ð umhugsunarlaustto do sth. without thinking
ofbjóða e-ðto be appalled by sth.
gera e-ð í hvellito do sth. at once
hafa e-ð fyrir stafnito have sth. to do
taka e-ð sérto undertake to do sth.
gera e-ð öfugtto do sth. back to front
grípa til örþrifaráðato do sth. as a last resort
orka e-ðto have the energy to do sth.
einkennast af e-uto be characterized by sth.
Unverified einskorðast við e-ðto be restricted to sth.
Unverified einskorðast við e-ðto be limited to sth.
Unverified vera uppi yfir e-uto be over sth.
Unverified vera uppi yfir e-uto be above sth.
vita af e-uto be aware of sth.
afmarkast af e-uto be bounded by sth.
koma af fjöllumto be totally unaware of sth.
vera kunnugur e-uto be familiar with sth.
vera viðriðinn e-ðto be involved in sth.
samræmast e-uto be in agreement with sth.
iða af e-uto be bustling with sth.
orsakast af e-uto be caused by sth.
til þess gera e-ðin order to do sth.
fara rétt e-uto do sth. the right way
ætla sér (að gera) e-ðto resolve to do sth.
vera innstilltur á e-ðto be attuned to sth.
vera útsettur fyrir e-uto be exposed to sth.
vera ofurseldur e-u [háður]to be addicted to sth.
Unverified vera umhugað um e-ðto be concerned about sth.
taka e-ð nærri sérto be upset by sth.
vera uppfullur af e-uto be full of sth.
vera uppfullur af e-uto be filled with sth.
verða til e-sto be the cause of sth.
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