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Icelandic-English translation for: to have a bias towards sb sth
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hafa andúð á e-m/e-uto have an aversion to sb./sth.
hafa lag á e-uto have a knack for sth.
Unverified hafa e-n/e-ð í eftirdragito have sb./sth. in tow
eiga orðastað við e-nto have a conversation with sb.
Unverified eiga í útistöðum við e-nto have a dispute with sb.
luma á e-uto have sth. up one's sleeve
eiga tilkall til e-sto have a claim to sth.
hafa nasasjón af e-uto have a superficial knowledge of sth.
Unverified una sér við e-ðto have a good time doing sth.
illskast við / út í e-nto show anger towards sb.
stefna í óefnito be heading towards a crisis
koma e-m á lagiðto teach sb. how to do sth.
Unverified eiga e-n to have sb. to turn to
ganga fyrir e-nto have an audience with sb.
orka á e-n/e-ðto influence sb./sth.
orka á e-n/e-ðto affect sb./sth
taka á e-m/e-uto tackle sb./sth.
hafa andstyggð á e-m/e-uto loathe sb./sth.
hafa uppi á e-m/e-uto find sb./sth.
hafa óbeit á e-m/e-uto abominate sb./sth.
taka á móti e-m/e-uto receive sb./sth.
hafa yfir e-m segjato have authority over sb.
eiga e-ðto have sth. [own]
Unverified eiga erindi við e-nto have something to discuss with sb.
segja e-m/e-u stríð á hendurto declare war on sb./sth.
verða litið á e-n/e-ðto happen to look at sb./sth.
eiga e-ð tilto have sth. available
vilja e-ðto want to have sth.
hafa e-ð tilto have sth. available
Unverified eiga e-ð eftirto have sth. left
Ég á pantað herbergi.I have a reservation.
Unverified Heyr á endemi!Have you ever heard such a thing!
hafa á sér gott orðto have a good reputation
eiga e-ð aflöguto have sth. left over
hafa e-ð einhvers staðarto have sth. somewhere
eiga e-ð ógertto have sth. to do
ætlast e-ð fyrirto have sth. in mind
segja e-ð upp í opið geðið á e-mto tell sb. sth. to his face
hafa e-ð hjá sérto have sth. at hand
hafa e-ð í hugato have sth. in mind
orka e-ðto have the energy to do sth.
draga e-ð í efato have doubts about sth.
vera aflögufær með e-ðto have sth. in store
hafa e-ð fyrir stafnito have sth. to do
eiga fyrir e-uto have enough money for sth.
Unverified vera efni í e-ðto have the makings of sth.
hafa e-ð fyrir stafnito have sth. to work on
hafa með e-ð gerato have to do with sth.
hafa e-ð til umráðato have sth. at one's disposal
hafa vald til e-sto have the authority to do sth.
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