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Dictionary Icelandic English: to be in the lead

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vera aðþrengdurto be in the hot seat [be in difficulties]
tíðkastto be the custom
vera á kreikito be on the move
dýr vera í göngumto be rounding up the sheep
koma ekki til greinato be out of the question
Fundurinn verður á morgun.The meeting will be held tomorrow.
koma ekki til málato be out of the question
Unverified verða til e-sto be the cause of sth.
vera vakandi fyrir e-uto be on the alert for sth.
vera göldrótturto be skilled in magic
Unverified vera farinn heilsuto be in poor health
Unverified vera illa farinnto be in a sorry state
vera í góðri æfinguto be in good training
heilsast vel [e-m heilsast]to be in good health
samræmast e-uto be in agreement with sth.
framanverðu {adv}in the front
lokum {adv}in the end
kvöldi {adv}in the evening
í kvöld {adv}in the evening
í austri {adv}in the east
morgunfúll {adj}grumpy in the morning
í þágufalli {adv}in the dative
um morguninn {adv}in the morning
á kvöldin {adv}in the evening
eftir hádegi {adv}in the afternoon
um kvöldið {adv}in the evening
á miðöldum {adv}in the Middle Ages
landaf. austan til {adv}in the eastern part
landaf. norðan til {adv}in the northern part
landaf. sunnan til {adv}in the southern part
landaf. vestan til {adv}in the western part
vera efins í e-uto be in doubt about sth.
vera ástfanginn af e-mto be in love with sb.
vera efins um e-ðto be in doubt about sth.
ægja saman [e-u ægir saman]to be in a mess
samkvæmt samningiin accordance with the contract
lögfr. stjórnskipulegur {adj}in conformity with the constitution [postpos.]
á öndverðum vetri {adv}early in the winter
samkvæmt lögumin accordance with the law
snúa öfugtto face in the wrong direction
taka undir í fjöllunumto echo in the hills
orðið í þessu samhengithe word in this context
í viðurvist e-s {adv}in the presence of sb.
koma e-m tilto get sb. in the mood
umskipti {hv.ft} í veðrinua break in the weather
í þágu e-s {adv}in the interest of sb./sth.
Er sturta í herberginu?Is there a shower in the room?
Ekki trufla í fyrramálið.Do not disturb me in the morning.
ganga á hljóðiðto go in the direction of the sound
Unverified Hans er getið í bókinni.He is mentioned in the book.
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