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Icelandic-English translation for: to get a fix on sb sth
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hafa sig e-uto get started on sth.
segja e-m/e-u stríð á hendurto declare war on sb./sth.
e-n með sér i liðto get sb. on board [also fig.]
taka við sérto get a move on
útvega (e-m) e-ðto get sth. (for sb.)
koma e-m upp á e-ðto let sb. get into a bad habit
hafa e-ð út úr e-mto get sth. out of sb.
e-n til gera e-ðto get sb. to do sth.
koma e-m til gera e-ðto get sb. to do sth.
gera úttekt á e-uto make a report on sth.
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.
yfirfæra e-ð e-ð)to superimpose sth. (on / onto sth.)
bera e-ð á/í e-ðto apply sth. to/on sth. [put on]
hafa e-n undirto get the better of sb. in a fight
uppáleggja e-m e-ðto impose sth. on sb.
eggja e-n (til e-s)to egg sb. on (to do sth.)
setja e-n/e-ð í viðbragðsstöðuto put sb./sth. on alert
snuðra um e-n/e-ð [niðr.]to spy on / upon sb./sth.
hrauna yfir e-n/e-ð [talm.]to rant (on) about sb./sth.
hnjóða í e-nto cast a slur on sb.
komast á lagið með e-ðto get the knack of sth.
ofan á (e-u) {adv}on top (of sth.)
Unverified ala á e-uto harp on sth.
ganga í skrokk á e-mto put great pressure on sb.
koma inn á e-ðto touch on sth.
Unverified utan á (e-u) {adv}on the outside of (sth.)
segja e-ð í orðstað e-sto say sth. on sb.'s behalf
taka e-ð á sigto take on responsibility for sth.
gera við e-ðto fix sth.
taka e-ð tilto fix sth.
gera e-ð upp á sitt eindæmito do sth. on one's own initiative
úða (e-u) e-ð)to sprinkle (sth.) (on sth.)
úða (e-u) e-ð)to spray (sth.) (on sth.)
koma e-m á lagiðto teach sb. how to do sth.
koma e-m fráto get sb. removed
orka á e-n/e-ðto influence sb./sth.
orka á e-n/e-ðto affect sb./sth
taka á e-m/e-uto tackle sb./sth.
hafa uppi á e-m/e-uto find sb./sth.
Unverified hafa andstyggð á e-m/e-uto loathe sb./sth.
taka á móti e-m/e-uto receive sb./sth.
hafa óbeit á e-m/e-uto abominate sb./sth.
koma e-m af sérto get rid of sb.
koma e-m í klíputo get sb. into difficulties
koma e-m tilto get sb. in the mood
öðlast e-ðto get sth.
verða litið á e-n/e-ðto happen to look at sb./sth.
Unverified hafa andúð á e-m/e-uto have an aversion to sb./sth.
endurheimta e-ðto get sth. back
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