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ganga á e-nto press sb. with questions
gera samkomulag við e-nto make a deal with sb.
ljúga e-mto lie to sb.
umgangast e-nto associate with sb.
hafa við e-mto keep pace with sb.
segja e-m uppto break off with sb.
taka saman við e-nto start living with sb.
spyrja e-n spjörunum úrto bombard sb. with questions
ganga fyrir e-nto have an audience with sb.
vera ástfanginn af e-mto be in love with sb.
slíta sambandi við e-nto break off relations with sb.
ganga saman með e-mto reach an agreement with sb.
komast samkomulagi við e-nto reach an agreement with sb.
koma sér inn undir hjá e-mto ingratiate oneself with sb.
hugsa e-m þegjandi þörfinato plan to get even with sb.
samsama sig e-m/e-uto identify with sb./sth.
glíma (við e-n/e-ð)to wrestle (with sb./sth.)
fela e-m e-ðto charge sb. with sth. [assign responsibility]
saka e-n um e-ðto charge sb. with sth. [accuse, blame]
komast í snertingu við e-n/e-ðto get into contact with sb./sth.
láta e-n komast upp með e-ðto let sb. get away with sth.
hálsmen {hv}necklace with a pendant
Unverified stangast á (við e-ð)to contrast with sth.
vera ör á to be generous with money
fæða prentvél með pappírto feed a printing press with paper
taka sér far með bát / lestto get a passage with a boat / train
koma e-m upp á e-ðto let sb. get into a bad habit
lygi {kv}lie
liggjato lie
ljúgato lie [deceive]
lygamælir {k}lie detector
ósannindi {hv.ft}lie
e-r á sb. shall
sofa útto lie in
á móti e-m {prep}opposite to sb.
yrða á e-nto address sb.
gera á hluta e-sto wrong sb.
segja (e-m) söguto tell (sb.) a story
abbast upp á e-nto hassle sb. [bother]
fara í taugarnar á e-mto annoy sb.
koma illa við e-nto give sb. a shock
bæta e-m tjónto compensate sb. for a loss
ganga í skrokk á e-mto beat sb. up
taka í e-nto give sb. a thorough shaking
hnjóða í e-nto cast a slur on sb.
gera e-m greiðato do sb. a favor [Am.]
gera e-m greiðato do sb. a favour [Br.]
ákæra e-n fyrir glæpto accuse sb. of a crime
ganga í skrokk á e-mto beat sb. up badly
orðtak taka ekkert mark á e-mto not take sb. seriously
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