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Dictionary Icelandic English: to roam about around

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kringum {prep} [+acc]around
ærslastto romp around
ganga [fara á milli]to go around
hringsnúastto turn around in a circle
ráðskast með e-nto boss sb. around
hverfast um e-ðto revolve around sth.
Bókin gekk á milli.The book was passed round / around.
um {prep} [+acc]about
Unverified hafa sig í e-ðto get around to doing sth.
glaður yfir {adj}pleased about
um það bil {adv}about
brölt {hv}tumbling about
ættfróður {adj}knowledgeable about genealogy
taka utan um e-nto wrap one's arms around sb.
taka utan um e-ðto put one's arms around sth.
ganga umto walk about
fara umto travel about
Sagan gengur.The story is going about.
ætlato be about to do sth.
æðrast yfir e-uto complain about sth.
státa af e-uto brag about sth.
vita af e-uto know about sth.
semja um e-ðto negotiate about sth.
Ég er fara.I am about to leave.
þykja fyrir e-uto feel sorry about sth.
koma e-u til leiðarto bring sth. about
velta e-u fyrir sérto think about sth.
bíóm. F Allt um EvuAll About Eve [Joseph L. Mankiewicz]
forvitnast um e-ðto enquire about sth. [esp. Br.]
Þetta er alveg ótvírætt.There's no doubt about it.
orðtak tala í kringum e-ðto beat about the bush
efa e-ðto be sceptical about / of sth. [Br.]
Hann gerði ekkert í því.He did nothing about it.
Unverified hafa hátt um e-ðto talk freely about sth.
Unverified Hvað fór þeim á milli?What did they talk about?
hafa vit á e-uto be knowledgeable about sth.
segja fyrir um e-ðto give instructions about sth.
taka um hálsinn á e-mto put one's arms around sb.'s neck
koma til af e-uto come about because of sth.
kæra sig kollóttan um e-ðto be indifferent about sth.
hafa veður af e-uto hear rumours about sth. [Br.]
vera kominn e-uto be about to do sth.
vera efins um e-ðto be in doubt about sth.
vera efins í e-uto be in doubt about sth.
segja til um e-ðto give the word about sth.
geta sér til um e-ðto make a guess about sth.
Mér segir þungt hugur um það.I have dark forebodings about that.
Unverified Hvað vildi hún þér?What did she want to see you about?
Hún þóttist ekkert vita.She made out she knew nothing about it.
Ég ætlaði fara gera þetta.I was about to do it.
segja af eða á um e-ðto say yes or no about sth.
gera e-ð upp við sigto make up one's mind about sth.
grennslast fyrir um e-n/e-ðto inquire about sb./sth.
hrauna yfir e-n/e-ð [talm.]to rant (on) about sb./sth.
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