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Icelandic-English translation for: undir
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Dictionary Icelandic English: undir

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Icelandic English
NOUN   und | undin | undar | undir
undir {prep}under
undir {prep} [+þf.]below
2 Words: Others
austan undir {prep} [+þgf.]at / on the east side of
austur undir {prep} [+þf.]east of
austur undir {prep} [+þf.]in the east, near
inn undir {prep} [+þf.] / [+þgf.]under
innan undir {adv} {prep} [+þgf.]under
neðan undir {prep} [+þf.] / [+þgf.]below
niður undir {prep} [+þf.]down to
niður undir {prep} [+þgf.]down at
norðan undir {prep} [+þgf.]at / on the north side of
Unverified norður undir {prep} [+þf.] / [+þgf.]north by
undir eins {adv}immediately
undir eins {adv}right away
Unverified undir hádegi {adv}close to noon
Unverified undir kvöld {adv}towards evening
undir niðri {adv}subtly
undir niðri {adv}underneath
Unverified upp undir {adv}close to
vestan undir {prep} [+þgf.]at / on the west side of
vestur undir {prep} [+þgf.]west of
vestur undir {prep} [+þgf.]in the west [not far]
2 Words: Verbs
borga undir e-ðto pay postage for sth.
Unverified eiga e-ð undir e-mto have to rely on sb,
hafa e-n undirto get the better of sb. in a fight
játast undir e-ðto agree to sth.
koma undirto be conceived
taka undir e-ðto agree with sth.
verða undirto be defeated
3 Words: Others
undir fjögur augu {adv}confidentially
undir fjögur augu {adv}between you and me
Unverified upp undir tíu {adv}almost ten
út undir sig {adj}cunning
3 Words: Verbs
bera e-ð undir atkvæðito put sth. to the vote
Unverified gefa e-m undir fótinnto play footsie with sb.
gefa e-m utan undirto slap sb.'s face
hafa mikið undirto be working on many things
mennt. lesa undir prófto revise for an exam
liggja undir ámælito be subject to criticism
liggja undir grunto be under suspicion
lögfr. liggja undir morðgrunto be under suspicion of murder
hern. e-u undir sigto occupy sth.
renna stoðum undir e-ðto support sth.
skrifa undir lánto underwrite a loan
taka undir söngto join in (a song)
vera undir áhrifum e-sto be under the influence of sth.
vera undir e-m komiðto depend on sb.
vera undir e-u komiðto depend on sth.
verða undir bílto be run over by a car
þykkna undir beltito become visibly pregnant
4 Words: Verbs
mennt. ganga / gangast undir prófto take an exam
komast undir manna hendurto be arrested
taka e-n undir verndarvæng sinnto take sb. under one's protection
taka e-n undir verndarvæng sinnto take sb. under one's wing
taka undir í fjöllunumto echo in the hills
5+ Words: Others
Hvað kostar undir þetta bréf til Íslands?What's the postage for this letter to Iceland?
5+ Words: Verbs
koma sér inn undir hjá e-mto ingratiate oneself with sb.
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