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varpa öndinni léttarto give a sigh of relief
stjaka við e-mgive sb. a shove
Unverified jafna um e-nto give sb. a hiding
hvínato moan [wind]
koma illa við e-nto give sb. a shock
segja upp húsnæðito give notice to terminate a lease
taka í e-nto give sb. a thorough shaking
segja e-m til syndannato give sb. a thorough talking to
orðtak gefa grænt ljós e-ð)to give the go-ahead (for sth.)
Unverified láta e-n hafa það óþvegiðto give sb. a piece of one's mind
hár {adj} {adv}loud
æpandi {adj}loud [color]
skellihlæjato laugh out loud
gefato give
fæðato give birth
gefast uppto give up
segja upp starfito give notice
segja fyrir verkumto give orders
lúberja e-nto give sb. the strap
Unverified Láttu ekki deigan síga!Don't give up!
veita samþykki sittto give one's consent
hýsa e-nto give shelter to sb.
segja e-m tilto give sb. instruction
framkalla e-ðto give rise to sth. [cause]
segja e-m til vegarto give sb. directions
segja fyrir um e-ðto give instructions about sth.
segja frá e-uto give an account of sth.
segja til um e-ðto give the word about sth.
styðja e-n til e-sgive sb. support to do sth.
koma e-u áto get a custom established
fara á æfinguto go to a training session
höggva á hnút [óeiginl.]to break a deadlock [fig.]
taka á sig röggto make a concentrated effort
fara á íþróttaæfinguto go to a training session
binda enda á ferðalagto break a journey
verða (e-ð) áto make a mistake
Ég á pantað herbergi.I have a reservation.
skrifa upp á víxilto endorse a bill
hafa á sér gott orðto have a good reputation
dreypa á e-uto take a nip of sth.
bera smyrsl á sárto apply ointment to a cut
gera á sigto do a stool in one's pants
lækir sem renna út í ástreams that feed a river
Unverified hafa lag á e-uto have a knack for sth.
ganga á fjallto climb a mountain
á öruggum staðin a safe place
Það á sér langan aðdraganda.There is a long story behind this.
Handan við þessar hæðir er á.Beyond those hills there is a river.
Kallið á lækni!Call a doctor!
Kvikmyndin er byggð á sannsögulegum atburðum.The film is based on a true story.
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