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skoða e-ðto take a look at sth.
taka ábyrgð á e-uto take (the) responsibility for sth.
taka e-ð á sigto take on responsibility for sth.
hafa mikið fyrir e-uto take a lot of trouble over sth.
gera ráðstafanir gegn e-uto provide against sth.
á móti {prep}against
hern. hertaka e-ðto take sth.
taka e-ð yfirto take sth. over
taka e-ð afturto take sth. back
hafa e-ð með sérto take sth. along
Unverified fara með e-ðto take sth. with one
ganga e-u vísuto take sth. for granted
taka e-ð með valdito take sth. by force
hafa e-ð fyrir sattto take sth. on trust
taka e-ð með höndunumto take hold of sth.
taka utan af e-uto take the wrapping off sth.
taka e-ð með í reikninginnto take sth. into consideration
taka e-ð með í reikninginnto take sth. into account
taka ofan af e-uto take from the top of sth.
gera sér far um e-ðto take the trouble to do sth.
kæra e-n fyrir e-ðto bring a charge against sb.
taka e-n/e-ð alvarlegato take sb./sth. seriously
taka e-ð frá e-mto take sth. away from sb.
hafa e-n/e-ð í hugato take sb./sth. into consideration
taka borgto take a city
taka myndto take a photograph
taka áhættuto take a risk
Unverified fara á / af staðto take off
sér sætito take a seat
flug taka á loft [flugvél]to take off
íþr. taka aukaspyrnuto take a free kick [football / soccer]
taka á rásto take to one's heels
orðtak taka ekkert mark á e-mto not take sb. seriously
bera e-ð á/í e-ðto apply sth. to/on sth. [put on]
Get ég tekið skilaboð til hans/hennar?Can I take a message for him / her?
Unverified hafa lag á e-uto have a knack for sth.
gegn {prep}against
andsnúinn {prep}against
Það skal mikið til hann til játa.It will take a lot to get him to confess.
knýja dyrato bump against the door
mismuna e-mto discriminate against sb.
hafa sigur gegn e-mto gain victory against sb.
taka á e-uto touch sth.
sigrast á e-uto conquer sth.
fallast á e-ðto accept sth.
Unverified verða e-ð áto do sth. wrong
benda á e-ðto point sth. out
Unverified fara fram á e-ðto request sth.
koma e-u á fótto establish sth.
koma inn á e-ðto mention sth.
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