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vita af e-uto be aware of sth.
koma af fjöllumto be totally unaware of sth.
efa e-ðto be sceptical about / of sth. [Br.]
Unverified verða til e-sto be the cause of sth.
vera fær um e-ðto be capable of sth.
votta fyrir e-uto be some signs of sth.
Unverified fara á mis við e-ðto be deprived of sth.
ægja e-ð [e-m ægir e-ð]to be afraid of sth. [sb. is afraid of sth.]
framsöguháttur {k}indicative
koma haldito be of use
koma gagnito be of use
vera vel ættaðurto be of good family
standa á öndinnito be out of breath
Unverified hafa eitthvað upp á sigto be of use
lögfr. liggja undir morðgrunto be under suspicion of murder
vera örvitato be out of one's mind
koma ekki til greinato be out of the question
koma ekki til málato be out of the question
ætlato be about to do sth.
vera út úr myndinni [óeiginl.]to be left out of consideration
koma e-m ekki viðto be none of sb.'s business
hafa andstyggð á e-uto be revolted by sth.
afmarkast af e-uto be bounded by sth.
vera kunnugur e-uto be familiar with sth.
samræmast e-uto be in agreement with sth.
taka e-ð nærri sérto be upset by sth.
bera ábyrgð á e-uto be responsible for sth.
hafa vit á e-uto be knowledgeable about sth.
vita á e-ðto be an omen for sth.
Unverified hafa e-ð á hendito be responsible for sth.
hafa viðbjóð á e-uto be disgusted by sth.
vera fær í e-uto be good at sth.
vera efins um e-ðto be in doubt about sth.
kæra sig kollóttan um e-ðto be indifferent about sth.
vera kominn e-uto be about to do sth.
hafa efni á e-uto be able to afford sth.
vera efins í e-uto be in doubt about sth.
vera á varðbergi (gagnvart e-u)to be alert (to sth.)
Unverified geta e-ð [vera fær um]to be able to do sth.
geta ekki gert e-uto be unable to help sth.
vera vakandi fyrir e-uto be on the alert for sth.
koma til með gera e-ðto be going to do sth.
ganga úr skaftinuto drop out of sth.
örvænta um e-ðto despair of sth.
losna úr e-uto get rid of sth.
koma e-ð í hugto think of sth.
notfæra sér e-ðto make use of sth.
komast yfir e-ðto gain possession of sth.
hreinskrifa e-ðto write a fair copy of sth.
taka e-ð með höndunumto take hold of sth.
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