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Icelandic-English translation for: vera
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Dictionary Icelandic English: vera

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Icelandic English
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NOUN   vera | veran | veru | verur
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VERB   vera | er | var | verið
NOUN   vera | veras
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vera
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to be
2 Words: Verbs
segjast verato say that one is
vera aðhlátursefnito be the subject of ridicule
vera aðþrengdurto be in difficult straits
vera aðþrengdurto be in the hot seat [be in difficulties]
vera áfátt [e-u er áfátt]to be defective
vera áfátt [e-u er áfátt]to be deficient
vera áfátt [e-u er áfátt]to be lacking
vera áfátt [e-u er áfátt]to be wanting
vera aflasællto fish well
vera afskipturto be unfairly treated
vera afskipturto not get one's fair share
vera afstaðinnto be over
vera allæsto be able to read fluently
vera almælt [það er almælt]to be said [rumor has it]
vera alsettur e-uto be covered with sth.
vera alsettur e-uto be strewn with sth.
orðtak vera alsiðato be customary
orðtak vera alsiðato be common practice
orðtak vera alsiðato be quite usual
vera altalandi [barn]to be fluently speaking [child]
vera alvanur e-uto be accustomed to sth.
vera andfúllto have bad breath
vera andsnúinn e-m/e-uto oppose sb./sth.
vera andsnúinn e-m/e-uto be against sb./sth.
vera andvígur e-uto be opposed to sth.
vera ataður e-uto be covered with sth. [blood, dirt]
vera athugandito be worth considering
vera áttavillturto have lost one's bearings
vera búinnto be done
vera e-ð áskapað [e-m er e-ð áskapað]to be destined for sth.
vera e-ð ljúft [e-m er e-ð ljúft]to be one's pleasure
vera e-ð óljúft [e-m er e-ð óljúft]to be reluctant to do sth.
Unverified vera e-ð uppmálaðto be the personification of sth.
Unverified vera e-ð uppmálaðto be the very picture of sth.
vera e-m ofviðato be beyond sb.'s ability
vera e-m/e-u hliðhollurto be favourable to sb./sth. [Br.]
vera eftirto remain
vera einboðiðto be an obvious choice
vera eldhræddurto fear fire
vera framundanto be coming up (soon)
vera gjaldfallinnto be due
vera göldrótturto be skilled in magic
vera hljóðurto be silent
vera hræddurto be afraid
vera hræddurto be scared
vera illtto fell sick
vera illtto have pain
vera innanbúðarto be a (shop) assistant [inside a shop]
Unverified vera innanbúðarto be familiar within some circles
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