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Icelandic-English translation for: to go hungry
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Dictionary Icelandic English: to go hungry

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svangur {adj}hungry
innantómur {adj} [hungraður]hungry
gangato go
farato go
eyðileggjastto go bust
eldroðnato go scarlet
skemmastto go bad
sturlastto go crazy [coll.]
fara niðurto go downstairs
háttato go to bed
fara útto go outside
fara úrskeiðisto go wrong
hringekja {kv}merry-go-round
myglato go mouldy [Br.]
gerastto go on [happen]
Af stað!Let's go!
gera innkaupto go shopping [Br.]
Unverified útrásto let oneself go
Unverified ganga út fyrirto go outside
skip stunda sjómennskuto go to sea
fara yfir umto go crazy
fara á hausinnto go bankrupt
ganga af göflunumto go crazy
slokknato go out [light, fire]
slökknato go out [light, fire]
Leggjum af stað!Let's go!
Láttu til þín taka!Go ahead!
fara um borðto go aboard
Við skulum drífa okkur!Let's go!
Við skulum koma okkur!Let's go!
ganga [fara á milli]to go around
gera innkaupto go to the store
fara um borðto go on board
ganga úr sérto go to ruin
halda áframto go ahead [continue, proceed]
ganga til náðato go to sleep
fara í fríto go on holiday
járnbr. fara með lestto go by train
keyra um þverbakto go too far
iðka e-ðto go in for sth.
ganga [fara á fæti]to go on foot
ganga leiðar sinnarto go one's way
keyra um þverbakto go beyond the limit
fara ferða sinnato go where one pleases
fara fram úr hófito go to excess
Gerðu það ekki fara.Please do not go.
fara út í öfgarto go to extremes
taka á sig náðirto go to bed
ganga langt  samningum]to go to great lengths
hafa sig á burtto go one's way
hafa sig á brottto go one's way
Þú verður fara.You will have to go.
Fer þessi vagn til ...?Does this bus go to ...?
fara fram úr hófito go beyond the limit
fara út bæ)to go out on the town
eyðileggjast [mölbrotna]to go to pieces [idiom] [of objects: disintegrate]
hafa sig eftir e-uto go and get sth.
Hvert liggur þessi gata?Where does this road go to?
taka sig út úrto go one's own way
gerast ómerkingur orða sinnato go back on one's word
leita á náðir e-sto go to sb. for help
fara offari e-u)to go too far (in sth.)
ganga á hljóðiðto go in the direction of the sound
ganga langt  samningum]to go a long way [to appease another party]
fara á bak við e-nto go behind sb.'s back
ganga á bak orða sinnato go back on one's word
Unverified fara upp á fjalliðto go to the top of the mountain
allir þeir sem vilja fara útall those who want to go out
láta e-n sigla sinn sjóto let sb. go his own way
orðtak gefa grænt ljós e-ð)to give the go-ahead (for sth.)
ganga vel [e-ð gengur vel]to go well [sth. is going well]
flug snertilending {kv}touch-and-go [landings followed immediately by takeoffs, e.g. for practice]
fara á æfinguto go to a training session
fara á íþróttaæfinguto go to a training session
hafa e-ð fyrir sér í e-uto have sth. to go on
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