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bera ábyrgð á e-uto be responsible for sth.
vita á e-ðto be an omen for sth.
Unverified hafa e-ð á hendito be responsible for sth.
vera vakandi fyrir e-uto be on the alert for sth.
Unverified verða tilto be made
dugato be good for
taka e-ð fyrir e-ðto charge sth. for sth. [set a price]
rukka e-ð fyrir e-ðto charge sth. for sth. [demand a price]
Unverified hafa e-ð til e-sto use sth. for sth.
ætlato be about to do sth.
þrá e-ðto long for sth.
Unverified hafa e-ð fyrir e-mto be a model for sb.
sækni {kv} e-ð)cravings (for sth.)
falast eftir e-uto ask for sth.
snapa sér e-ðto beg for sth.
bæta fyrir e-ðto compensate for sth.
æskja eftir e-uto ask for sth.
æskja sér e-sto wish for sth.
hafa andstyggð á e-uto be revolted by sth.
afmarkast af e-uto be bounded by sth.
samræmast e-uto be in agreement with sth.
koma af fjöllumto be totally unaware of sth.
vera kunnugur e-uto be familiar with sth.
vita af e-uto be aware of sth.
takast á um e-ðto compete for sth.
undirbyggja e-ðto lay the foundation for sth.
hagkerfi afla sér e-sget sth. for oneself
sækja um e-ðto apply for sth. [request]
eigna sér e-ðto claim sth. for oneself
hafa vit á e-uto be knowledgeable about sth.
efa e-ðto be sceptical about / of sth. [Br.]
Unverified verða til e-sto be the cause of sth.
taka e-ð nærri sérto be upset by sth.
hafa viðbjóð á e-uto be disgusted by sth.
votta fyrir e-uto be some signs of sth.
vera fær í e-uto be good at sth.
vera fær um e-ðto be capable of sth.
vega upp á móti e-uto compensate for sth.
taka borgun fyrir e-ðto accept payment for sth.
koma e-u fyrirto find a place for sth.
ganga e-u vísuto take sth. for granted
vita e-ð fyrir vístto know sth. for sure
biðja / biðjast velvirðingar á e-uto apologize for sth.
vera efins um e-ðto be in doubt about sth.
vera efins í e-uto be in doubt about sth.
hafa efni á e-uto be able to afford sth.
vera á varðbergi (gagnvart e-u)to be alert (to sth.)
vera kominn e-uto be about to do sth.
Unverified fara á mis við e-ðto be deprived of sth.
kæra sig kollóttan um e-ðto be indifferent about sth.
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