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Icelandic-English translation for: to deal with sth seriously
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fást við e-ð af alvöruto deal with sth. seriously
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taka e-ð fyrirto deal with sth.
afgreiða e-ð [annast]to deal with sth.
fjalla um e-ðto deal with sth.
hafa afskipti af e-uto deal with sth.
vera illur viðureignarto be difficult to deal with
gera samkomulag við e-nto make a deal with sb.
íhuga e-ð (alvarlega/vandlega)to consider sth. (seriously/carefully)
taka e-n/e-ð alvarlegato take sb./sth. seriously
jafna e-u samanto compare sth. with sth.
fylla e-ð með e-uto charge sth. with sth. [load to capacity]
hlaða e-ð með e-uto charge sth. with sth. [to load firearm, battery]
Unverified úða e-ð (með e-u)to spray sth. (with sth.)
alvarlega {adv}seriously
fárveikur {adj}seriously ill
samsvara e-uto correspond with / to sth.
vera samþykkur e-uto agree with sth.
taka undir e-ðto agree with sth.
miða við e-ðto compare with sth.
í alvöru talað {adv}seriously
fara með e-ðto take sth. with one
Unverified urða e-ðto cover sth. with stones [bury]
vera alsettur e-uto be covered with sth.
vera alsettur e-uto be strewn with sth.
vera uppfullur af e-uto teem with sth.
vera ósamþykkur e-uto not agree with sth.
segja skilið við e-ðto break with sth.
samræmast e-uto be in agreement with sth.
vera kunnugur e-uto be familiar with sth.
iða af e-uto be bustling with sth.
vera uppfullur af e-uto be filled with sth.
atast í e-uto to work with / on sth.
afsaka sig (með e-u)to justify oneself (with sth.)
kynna sér e-ðto make oneself familiar with sth.
endurnæra sig (með e-u)to refresh oneself (with sth.)
komast upp með e-ðto get away with sth.
Unverified úa og grúa af e-uto be abound with sth.
vera ataður e-uto be covered with sth. [blood, dirt]
Unverified una sér við e-ðto be content with doing sth.
Unverified vera illa útleikinnto be seriously injured
sjá ofsjónir yfir e-uto be green with envy about sth.
vera orðaður við e-ðto be mentioned in connection with sth.
hafa með e-ð gerato have to do with sth.
Unverified eiga fullt í fangi með e-ðto be barely able to cope with sth.
orðtak taka ekkert mark á e-mto not take sb. seriously
hóta e-m e-uto threaten sb. with sth.
samsama sig e-m/e-uto identify with sb./sth.
orða e-n við e-ðto associated sb. with sth.
ógna e-m (með e-u)to threaten sb. (with sth.)
úða e-ð (með e-u)to sprinkle (sth.) (with sth.)
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