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taka e-ð tilto get sth. ready
hagkerfi afla sér e-sget sth. for oneself
taka sig tilto get oneself ready
útbúa e-ðto make sth. ready
Hvað get ég gert fyrir þig?What can I do for you?
taka e-ð fyrir e-ðto charge sth. for sth. [set a price]
rukka e-ð fyrir e-ðto charge sth. for sth. [demand a price]
Unverified hafa e-ð til e-sto use sth. for sth.
öðlast e-ðto get sth.
Get ég tekið skilaboð til hans/hennar?Can I take a message for him / her?
koma e-u afto get sth. done
komast yfir e-ðto get over sth.
koma e-u fráto get sth. finished
koma e-u framto get sth. through
Unverified hafa e-ð afto get sth. done
venjast e-uto get used to sth.
taka sér e-ð [útvega sér]to get sth.
koma e-u til skilato get sth. across
losna úr e-uto get rid of sth.
ganga í e-ð [framkvæma]to get sth. done
koma e-u af staðto get sth. started
koma e-u í verkto get sth. done
koma e-u í lagto get sth. fixed
Unverified hafa sig eftir e-uto go and get sth.
komast upp með e-ðto get away with sth.
Unverified hafa sig e-uto get started on sth.
gera e-ð af sérto get up to sth.
koma e-u undanto get sth. out of the way
Unverified hafa sig í e-ðto get around to doing sth.
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.
þrá e-ðto long for sth.
falast eftir e-uto ask for sth.
sækni {kv} e-ð)cravings (for sth.)
æskja eftir e-uto ask for sth.
æskja sér e-sto wish for sth.
bæta fyrir e-ðto compensate for sth.
snapa sér e-ðto beg for sth.
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.
takast á um e-ðto compete for sth.
eigna sér e-ðto claim sth. for oneself
sækja um e-ðto apply for sth. [request]
undirbyggja e-ðto lay the foundation for sth.
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.
bera ábyrgð á e-uto be responsible for sth.
biðja / biðjast velvirðingar á e-uto apologize for sth.
vega upp á móti e-uto compensate for sth.
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