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niðursokkinn {adj}absorbed
eðlisfr. geislaskammtur {k}absorbed dose
öðlast e-ðto get sth.
álagður óbeinn kostnaður {k}absorbed overhead
venjast e-uto get used to sth.
koma e-u framto get sth. through
koma e-u fráto get sth. finished
Unverified hafa e-ð afto get sth. done
komast yfir e-ðto get over sth.
koma e-u afto get sth. done
taka e-ð tilto get sth. ready
ganga í e-ð [framkvæma]to get sth. done
hagkerfi afla sér e-sget sth. for oneself
taka sér e-ð [útvega sér]to get sth.
koma e-u til skilato get sth. across
koma e-u af staðto get sth. started
koma e-u í lagto get sth. fixed
losna úr e-uto get rid of sth.
koma e-u í verkto get sth. done
Unverified hafa sig e-uto get started on sth.
Unverified hafa sig eftir e-uto go and get sth.
gera e-ð af sérto get up to sth.
komast upp með e-ðto get away with sth.
Unverified hafa sig í e-ðto get around to doing sth.
koma e-u undanto get sth. out of the way
Unverified verða sér úti um e-ðto get hold of sth.
merja e-ð í gegnto get sth. done through great effort
komast á lagið með e-ðto get the knack of sth.
Unverified verða fyrri tilto get in ahead
koma e-m tilto get sb. in the mood
Unverified hafa e-ð út úr e-mto get sth. out of sb.
koma e-m til gera e-ðto get sb. to do sth.
Unverified hafa e-n undirto get the better of sb. in a fight
láta e-n komast upp með e-ðto let sb. get away with sth.
komast í snertingu við e-n/e-ðto get into contact with sb./sth.
ætlast e-ð fyrirto have sth. in mind
sérhæfa sig í e-uto specialize in sth.
ganga frá e-uto put sth. in order
samræmast e-uto be in agreement with sth.
taka þátt e-u)to participate in sth.
hafa e-ð í hugato keep sth. in mind
sérhæfa sig í e-uto specialise in sth. [Br.]
hafa e-ð í hugato have sth. in mind
í þágu e-s {adv}in the interest of sb./sth.
til þess gera e-ðin order to do sth.
taka e-ð upp eftir öðrumto imitate sb. in sth.
vera efins í e-uto be in doubt about sth.
vera efins um e-ðto be in doubt about sth.
hafa e-ð á sérto carry sth. (in one's pockets)
sjá e-ð í réttu samhengito see sth. in its correct perspective
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