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Icelandic-English translation for: to be of sound mind
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vera örvitato be out of one's mind
eðlisfr. hljóðhraði {k}speed of sound
sjávarniður {k}sound of the sea
hljómfr hljómblær {k}quality of sound [sound quality]
eirð {kv}peace of mind
sálarró {kv}peace of mind
hugarástand {hv}frame of mind
ómunatíð {kv}time out of mind
ganga á hljóðiðto go in the direction of the sound
vera ekki í rónnito have no peace of mind
láta e-n hafa það óþvegiðto give sb. a piece of one's mind
vera sjálfráðato be of age
koma gagnito be of use
koma haldito be of use
Unverified vera utanveltuto be out of touch
vera vel ættaðurto be of good family
vera aðhlátursefnito be the subject of ridicule
standa á öndinnito be out of breath
vera við aldurto be of an advanced age
vera úr leikto be out of the game
lögfr. liggja undir morðgrunto be under suspicion of murder
koma af fjöllumto be totally unaware of sth.
vera til alls líklegurto be capable of anything
vita af e-uto be aware of sth.
hafa eitthvað upp á sigto be of use
Unverified vera unnandi e-sto be ardent devotee of sth.
koma ekki til málato be out of the question
koma ekki til greinato be out of the question
vera út úr kortinuto be out of the question
vera uppfullur af e-uto be full of sth.
Unverified vera e-ð uppmálaðto be the personification of sth.
vera fær um e-ðto be capable of sth.
votta fyrir e-uto be some signs of sth.
verða til e-sto be the cause of sth.
efa e-ðto be sceptical about / of sth. [Br.]
fara á mis við e-ðto be deprived of sth.
Unverified vera ekki af verri endanumto be of the better sort
vera út úr myndinni [óeiginl.]to be left out of consideration
Unverified úa og grúa af e-uto be plenty of sth.
hafa umráð yfir e-uto be in charge of sth.
Unverified vera e-ð uppmálaðto be the very picture of sth.
koma e-m ekki viðto be none of sb.'s business
Unverified vera settur yfir e-ðto be put in charge of sth.
Unverified vera útséð um / með e-ðto be no longer any question of sth.
Unverified vera á x. aldursárito be of x years of age
Unverified vera undan e-m/e-uto be offspring of sb./sth.
vera ofurseldur e-m/e-uto be at the mercy of sb./sth.
ægja e-ð [e-m ægir e-ð]to be afraid of sth. [sb. is afraid of sth.]
ómato sound
hljómur {k}sound
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