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hafa nasasjón af e-uto have a superficial knowledge of sth.
Áttu ögn af sykri?Do you have a little bit of sugar?
eiga tilkall til e-sto have a claim to sth.
luma á e-uto have sth. up one's sleeve
Hvað líður tímanum?What time is it?
Hvað er klukkan?What time is it?
hreinskrifa e-ðto write a fair copy of sth.
fylla e-ð með e-uto charge sth. with sth. [load to capacity]
hlaða e-ð með e-uto charge sth. with sth. [to load firearm, battery]
tímaspursmál {hv}matter of time
tímaspursmál {hv}question of time
tímaeyðsla {kv}waste of time
tími dags {noun}time of day
tímaskeið {hv}period (of time)
tímasóun {kv}waste of time
tímaskyn {hv}sense of time
tímaskortur {k}lack of time
mál. tíðaratviksorð {hv}adverb of time
jafnan {adv}most of the time
tímapunktur {k}instant of time
tímarammi {k}period of time
óraunsæi {hv}lack of contact with reality
ætlast e-ð fyrirto have sth. in mind
Ég á pantað herbergi.I have a reservation.
taka undir e-ðto agree with sth.
fjalla um e-ðto deal with sth.
samsvara e-uto correspond with / to sth.
miða við e-ðto compare with sth.
hafa vald til e-sto have the authority to do sth.
hafa e-ð til umráðato have sth. at one's disposal
vera uppfullur af e-uto teem with sth.
samræmast e-uto be in agreement with sth.
vera kunnugur e-uto be familiar with sth.
segja skilið við e-ðto break with sth.
kynna sér e-ðto make oneself familiar with sth.
fæða barnto have a baby
glíma (við e-n/e-ð)to wrestle (with sb./sth.)
samsama sig e-m/e-uto identify with sb./sth.
lengi {adv}a long time
fela e-m e-ðto charge sb. with sth. [assign responsibility]
fara í lautarferðto (have a) picnic
sér sætito have a seat
Eigðu góða nótt.Have a good night.
saka e-n um e-ðto charge sb. with sth. [accuse, blame]
lengi {adv}for a long time
Ertu með öryggishólf?Do you have a safe?
vera kjaftforto have a big mouth [coll.]
láta e-n komast upp með e-ðto let sb. get away with sth.
komast í snertingu við e-n/e-ðto get into contact with sb./sth.
í fyrndinni {adv}a long time ago
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