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Unverified hafa e-ð hjá sérto have sth. at hand
hafa e-ð til umráðato have sth. at one's disposal
Unverified hafa lag á e-uto have a knack for sth.
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.
glápa e-ð)to gaze (at sth.)
stara e-ð)to gaze (at sth.)
skoða e-ðto take a look at sth.
kosta kapps um e-ðto make a big effort at sth.
vilja e-ðto want to have sth.
eiga e-ð tilto have sth. available
hafa e-ð tilto have sth. available
Unverified verða litið á e-n/e-ðto happen to look at sb./sth.
Unverified hafa e-ð einhvers staðarto have sth. somewhere
ætlast e-ð fyrirto have sth. in mind
hafa e-ð í hugato have sth. in mind
hafa e-ð fyrir stafnito have sth. to do
Ég á pantað herbergi.I have a reservation.
hafa e-ð fyrir stafnito have sth. to work on
hafa með e-ð gerato have to do with sth.
hafa vald til e-sto have the authority to do sth.
Unverified hafa e-ð fyrir sér í e-uto have sth. to go on
fæða barnto have a baby
Unverified halda boðto have a party
sér sætito have a seat
Eigðu góða nótt.Have a good night.
fara í lautarferðto (have a) picnic
vera kjaftforto have a big mouth [coll.]
koma hart niðurto have a hard fall
Ertu með öryggishólf?Do you have a safe?
Er laust herbergi hér?Do you have a room available?
koma hart niður barnito have a difficult birth
Unverified hafa e-ð við sigto have a certain charm
hafa í sig og áto have enough to live on
Áttu ögn af sykri?Do you have a little bit of sugar?
taka í e-ðto pull at sth.
ýja e-uto hint at sth.
bera e-ð á/í e-ðto apply sth. to/on sth. [put on]
vera fær í e-uto be good at sth.
gera e-ð í hvellito do sth. at once
amast við e-m/e-uto express one's annoyance at sb./sth.
á nóttunni {adv}at night
á hádegi {adv}at midday
taka upp kartöflurto dig potatoes
orðtak á heljarþrömat the end of one's tether
Svín étandi við trog.Pigs feeding at a trough.
Hestarnir nærast á hádegi.The horses feed at noon.
taka á e-uto touch sth.
sigrast á e-uto conquer sth.
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