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Icelandic-English translation for: verða
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Dictionary Icelandic English: verða

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Icelandic English
VERB   verða | verð | varð | orðið
verðato become
verða [dveljast]to stay
verða [eiga sér stað]to happen
verða [eiga sér stað]to take place
verða [um framtíð]to will
verða [um skyldu]to must
verða [um skyldu]to have to
2 Words: Verbs
verða (e-ð) áto make a mistake
verða [we/they/you] must
verða to need to
verða e-uto become sth.
verða e-uto change into sth.
verða e-uto turn into sth.
verða af e-uto miss sth.
verða afhuga e-m/e-uto lose interest in sb./sth.
Unverified verða aflfáttto lack strength [momentarily]
verða e-ð áto do sth. wrong
verða e-s aðnjótandito enjoy the privileged of sth.
verða e-s áskynjato become aware of sth.
verða e-s varto become aware of sth.
verða eftirto be left behind
verða ellidauðurto die of old age
verða fyrir e-uto experience sth.
verða gamallto grow old
læknisfr. verða innkulsato catch a chill
verða læknirto become a doctor
verða óglattto feel sick
verða orðfall [e-m verður orðfall]to be at a loss for words [sb. is at a loss for words]
verða orðfátt [e-m verður orðfátt]to become speechless [sb. becomes speechless]
verða óskýrto blur
verða reiðurto get angry
verða tilto be made
verða tilto come into being
verða til e-sto be the cause of sth.
verða undirto be defeated
verða útito die from exposure
verða veikurto fall ill
verða við e-uto agree to sth.
3 Words: Verbs
Unverified verða undrito make a fool of oneself
verða aftur úrto fall behind
verða bilt viðto get a shock
Unverified verða fyrir aðkastito be heavily criticized
Unverified verða fyrir aðkastito be sneered at
verða fyrri tilto be first
verða fyrri tilto get in ahead
Unverified verða hart útito suffer great misfortune
verða illa útito get bad treatment
verða illt af e-uto become sick of sth.
verða illt viðto get a shock
verða litið á e-n/e-ðto happen to look at sb./sth.
verða mikið um [e-m verður mikið um]to get a shock
Unverified verða ofan á [e-ð verður ofan á]to be decided [sth. is decided]
verða undir bílto be run over by a car
Unverified verða vel við e-uto accept sth. calmly
4 Words: Others
sem oft vill verða {adv}as often happens
Þetta mun verða erfitt.I fear this is going to be difficult.
4 Words: Verbs
verða gramt í geðito get angry
verða sér út um e-ðto get hold of sth.
verða sér úti um e-ðto get hold of sth.
verða um og ó [e-m verður um og ó]to become overwhelmed
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