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taka í e-nto give sb. a thorough shaking
koma illa við e-nto give sb. a shock
segja e-m til syndannato give sb. a thorough talking to
segja e-m tilto give sb. instruction
lúberja e-nto give sb. the strap
hýsa e-nto give shelter to sb.
segja e-m til vegarto give sb. directions
styðja e-n til e-sgive sb. support to do sth.
varpa öndinni léttarto give a sigh of relief
segja upp húsnæðito give notice to terminate a lease
orðtak gefa grænt ljós e-ð)to give the go-ahead (for sth.)
vísindi fyrirlestur {k}lecture
mennt. fyrirlestrasalur {k}lecture hall
koma e-m upp á e-ðto let sb. get into a bad habit
e-r á sb. shall
yrða á e-nto address sb.
á móti e-m {prep}opposite to sb.
gera á hluta e-sto wrong sb.
segja (e-m) söguto tell (sb.) a story
fara í taugarnar á e-mto annoy sb.
ganga á e-nto press sb. with questions
abbast upp á e-nto hassle sb. [bother]
hnjóða í e-nto cast a slur on sb.
gera e-m greiðato do sb. a favour [Br.]
bæta e-m tjónto compensate sb. for a loss
gera e-m greiðato do sb. a favor [Am.]
ganga í skrokk á e-mto beat sb. up
ákæra e-n fyrir glæpto accuse sb. of a crime
gera samkomulag við e-nto make a deal with sb.
orðtak taka ekkert mark á e-mto not take sb. seriously
ganga í skrokk á e-mto beat sb. up badly
ganga milli bols og höfuðs á e-mto finish sb. off
ganga í skrokk á e-mto put great pressure on sb.
Unverified fara á bak við e-nto go behind sb.'s back
gefato give
Unverified hafa e-n undirto get the better of sb. in a fight
fæðato give birth
gefast uppto give up
segja upp starfito give notice
segja fyrir verkumto give orders
taka á e-m/e-uto tackle sb./sth.
taka á móti e-m/e-uto receive sb./sth.
hafa uppi á e-m/e-uto find sb./sth.
Unverified hafa e-n fyrir e-uto name sb. as a source
Unverified hafa e-ð fyrir e-mto be a model for sb.
kæra e-n fyrir e-ðto bring a charge against sb.
veita samþykki sittto give one's consent
Unverified verða litið á e-n/e-ðto happen to look at sb./sth.
segja e-m/e-u stríð á hendurto declare war on sb./sth.
taka um hálsinn á e-mto put one's arms around sb.'s neck
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