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þynnka {kv}hangover [aftereffects of drunkenness]
timburmenn {ft}hangover [aftereffects of drunkenness]
einhvers staðar á bilinu {adv}anywhere from
koma tilto recover
segja sig úr félagito resign from a society
endurheimta e-ðto recover sth.
þýða úr einu máli á annaðto translate from one language to another
Unverified koma niður á [e-ð kemur niður á e-m]to suffer from [sb. suffers from sth.]
frá {prep}from
úr {prep}from
hvaðan {adv}where ... from
dulsp. handanfrom beyond
upprunninn frá {adj}originally from
hvaðanæva {adv}from every direction
frá ... til {prep}from ... to
öðruvísi en {adj}different from
öllum megin {adv}from all sides
frá öndverðu {adv}from the beginning
hungurdauði {k}death from hunger
Unverified verða útito die from exposure
Ég er frá ...I come from ...
Unverified Því fer fjarri.Far from it.
frá alda öðli {adv}from time immemorial
vaxtatekjur {kv.ft}income {sg} from interest
afturhlaðningur {k}gun loaded from the back
Hvaðan ert þú?Where are you from?
koma langt to come from far away
Ég er frá Austurríki.I am from Austria.
segja af sér embættito recede from an office
koma til af e-uto result from sth.
Hvaðan fer strætisvagninn?Where does the bus leave from?
halda sig frá e-uto abstain from sth.
taka við af e-mto take over from sb.
vera kominn af e-mto be descended from sb.
halda sig frá e-uto keep away from sth.
hafa af e-m segjato know sb. from experience
Ég er ættaður af Suðurlandi.My family comes from the South.
Hún er öðruvísi en ég.She is different from/to me.
Unverified hafa vit fyrir e-mto prevent sb. from doing sth. stupid
taka ofan af e-uto take from the top of sth.
Frá hvaða brautarpalli fer næsta lest til ...?What platform does the next train to ... leave from?
Unverified hafa e-ð upp úr e-uto profit from sth.
renna úr greipum e-sto break from one's grip
hörfa (undan e-m/e-u)to back away (from sb./sth.)
koma e-m ofan af e-uto dissuade sb. from sth.
taka e-ð frá e-mto take sth. away from sb.
Unverified hafa e-ð af e-mto snatch sth. away from sb.
taka e-ð af e-uto remove sth. from sth.
koma e-u áto get a custom established
taka á sig röggto make a concentrated effort
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