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bera e-ð á/í e-ðto apply sth. to/on sth. [put on]
orðtak gefa grænt ljós e-ð)to give the go-ahead (for sth.)
koma inn á e-ðto touch on sth.
taka e-ð á sigto take on responsibility for sth.
segja e-m/e-u stríð á hendurto declare war on sb./sth.
Kani {k} [talm.]Yank [coll.]
segja frá e-uto give an account of sth.
segja fyrir um e-ðto give instructions about sth.
segja til um e-ðto give the word about sth.
styðja e-n til e-sgive sb. support to do sth.
efa e-ðto cast doubt on sth.
endurbæta e-ðto improve on / upon sth.
varpa öndinni léttarto give a sigh of relief
Unverified tendra e-ðto light sth. on fire [Am.]
vera undir e-u komiðto depend on sth.
taka í e-nto give sb. a thorough shaking
segja upp húsnæðito give notice to terminate a lease
koma illa við e-nto give sb. a shock
hafa e-ð fyrir sattto take sth. on trust
koma sér saman um e-ðto agree on sth.
Unverified hafa sig e-uto get started on sth.
birgja sig upp af e-uto stock up on sth.
hafa e-ð fyrir stafnito have sth. to work on
segja e-m til syndannato give sb. a thorough talking to
kveikja í e-u [+dat]to set sth. on fire [burn sth.]
vera vakandi fyrir e-uto be on the alert for sth.
Kvikmyndin er byggð á sannsögulegum atburðum.The film is based on a true story.
taka e-ð upp hjá sjálfum sérto do sth. on one's own initiative
uppáleggja e-m e-ðto impose sth. on sb.
fara eftir e-u [það fer eftir e-u]to depend on sth. [it depends on sth.]
setja e-n/e-ð í viðbragðsstöðuto put sb./sth. on alert
hrauna yfir e-n/e-ð [talm.]to rant (on) about sb./sth.
snuðra um e-n/e-ð [niðr.]to spy on / upon sb./sth.
Unverified hafa e-ð fyrir sér í e-uto have sth. to go on
ganga mikið á [það gengur mikið á]to be a lot going on [there is a lot going on]
ofan á {adv}on top
á áætlun {adv}on schedule
á sunnudögum {adv}on Sundays
á {prep} [+acc/+dat]on
stórlega {adv}on a large scale
stórlega {adv}on a big scale
á vinstri hönd {adv}on the left
nærast á ávöxtumto feed on fruit
Hvað gengur á?What's going on?
vera á vaktto be on duty
hrekkjato play a prank on [tease]
Unverified hafa lag á e-uto have a knack for sth.
vera á kreikito be on the move
á hægri hönd {adv}on the right-hand side
taka við sérto get a move on
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