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Dictionary Icelandic English: to sort out and discard

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flokka e-ðto sort sth. (out)
tegund {kv}sort
slíkur {adj}of this sort
og {conj}and <&>
öðru hvoru {adv}now and then
öðru hverju {adv}now and then
Unverified og öfugt {adv}and vice versa
feðgin {hv.ft}father and daughter
hér og hvar {adv}here and there
hér og þar {adv}here and there
mæðgin {hv.ft}mother and son
mæðgur {kv.ft}mother and daughter
líffr. vistfr. lífríki {hv}plant and animal life
fyrst og fremstfirst and foremost
happa og glappa {adj}off and on
landbún. sviðjuræktun {kv}slash-and-burn method
feðgar {k.ft}father and son
og svo framvegisand so on <ASO>
út {adv}out
til orðs og æðis {adv}in word and deed
örmagna {adj}worn out
uppseldur {adj}sold out
slitinn {adj} {past-p}worn out
í orði og á borði {adv}in theory and practice
fallast á skilmálato agree to terms and conditions
seðlar og mynt í umferðcurrent bills and coins
út úr {prep}out of
framkvæmato carry out
flýjato break out
birtastto break out
uppseldur {adj}out of stock
úthugsaður {adj}well thought out
öfugur {adj} [úthverfur](turned) inside out
Útilokað!Out of the question!
þysja útto zoom out
brjótast útto break out
leka útto leak out
slökknato go out [light, fire]
slokknato go out [light, fire]
Faraldur braust út.An epidemic broke out.
út úr kortinuout of the question
gamlar lummur {kv.ft}worn out phrases
framkvæma e-ðto carry sth. out
Unverified æpa upp yfir sigto call out
Unverified standa á öndinnito be out of breath
flug snertilending {kv}touch-and-go [landings followed immediately by takeoffs, e.g. for practice]
brjótast út úr fangelsito break (out of) jail
Unverified Þetta æxlaðist svo . . .The way things turned out was . . .,
vera örvitato be out of one's mind
Ég heyrði ekki orðaskil. {noun}I couldn't make out the words.
Ég þarf tékka mig út.I need to check out.
Ég gerði þetta af þörf.I did this out of necessity.
Unverified vera út úr myndinni [óeiginl.]to be left out of consideration
Hún þóttist ekkert vita.She made out she knew nothing about it.
hreyta e-u út úr sérto jerk sth. out [utter abruptly]
Unverified láta e-ð liggja milli hluta [óeiginl.]to leave sth. out of consideration
allir þeir sem vilja fara útall those who want to go out
Ryðgað burðarvirkið gaf sig og olli því brúin hrundi.The rusted girders failed and caused the bridge to collapse.
þekkja e-n/e-ð inn og útto know sb./sth. inside out
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