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Icelandic-English translation for: to put sb off doing sth
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hafa vit fyrir e-mto prevent sb. from doing sth. stupid
e-n ofan af e-uto dissuade sb. from doing sth.
setja e-n/e-ð í viðbragðsstöðuto put sb./sth. on alert
mennt. afskrá e-n/e-ðto sign sb./sth. off
láta e-ð ofan í e-ðto put sth. in / into sth.
fresta e-uto postpone (doing) sth.
afleggja e-ðto stop doing sth.
taka upp á e-uto start doing sth.
taka gera e-ðto start doing sth.
lífláta e-nto put sb. to death
Unverified svipta e-u ofan af e-uto sweep sth. off sth. [take away]
hugsa um gera e-ðto consider doing sth.
Unverified eira við e-ðto find peace in doing sth.
spá í gera e-ð [talm.]to consider doing sth.
vera í óðaönn e-uto be busy doing sth.
Unverified una sér við e-ðto be content with doing sth.
Unverified una sér ekki við e-ðto not like doing sth.
hafa sig í e-ðto get around to doing sth.
Unverified una sér við e-ðto have a good time doing sth.
styggja e-nto run sb. off
ganga í skrokk á e-mto put great pressure on sb.
taka e-ð samanto put sth. together
aflífa e-ðto put sth. to death
húðskamma e-nto tell sb. off [coll.]
taka í taumanato put a stop to sth.
fatn. íklæðast e-u [gamalt] [hátíðlegt]to put sth. on
ganga frá e-uto put sth. in order
úthúða e-mto tear strips off sb. [coll.]
segja e-m uppto break off with sb.
taka fyrir e-ðto put a stop to sth.
færa e-ð í orðto put sth. in words
koma e-u í lagto put sth. in order
gera út af við e-nto finish sb. off
láta e-n hafa það óþvegiðto tell sb. off
hafa mikið viðto put a lot of work into sth.
aflífa e-ðto put sth. to sleep [kill an animal]
eyða púðri í e-ðto put an effort into sth.
bera e-ð undir atkvæðito put sth. to the vote
slíta sambandi við e-nto break off relations with sb.
taka utan um e-ðto put one's arms around sth.
Unverified vera settur yfir e-ðto be put in charge of sth.
fjár. viðsk. afskrifa e-ðto write sth. off
ganga milli bols og höfuðs á e-mto finish sb. off
orðtak leggja stein í götu e-s [orðtak]to put obstacles in sb.'s way
stökkva (fram) af e-uto jump off sth.
orðtak leggja stein í götu e-s [orðtak]to put a spoke in sb.'s wheel
taka um hálsinn á e-mto put one's arms around sb.'s neck
taka utan af e-uto take the wrapping off sth.
detta aftur af e-uto fall off the back of sth.
taka loforð af e-mto make sb. promise sth.
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