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Icelandic-English translation for: without a shred to put on
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taka í taumanato put a stop to sth.
ganga í skrokk á e-mto put great pressure on sb.
taka fyrir e-ðto put a stop to sth.
hafa í sig og áto have enough to live on
fara í [+þf.]to put on
gera sig merkileganto put on airs
fatn. íklæðast e-u [gamalt] [hátíðlegt]to put sth. on
lífláta e-nto put sb. to death
fara í e-ð utan yfir sigto put some clothes on
bera e-ð á/í e-ðto apply sth. to/on sth. [put on]
setja e-n/e-ð í viðbragðsstöðuto put sb./sth. on alert
átakalaus {adv}without a fight
efalaust {adv}without a doubt
óefað {adv}without a doubt
ótvírætt {adv}without a doubt
umboðslaus {adj}without a mandate
hafa e-ð fyrir stafnito have sth. to work on
Unverified þykjast fær í flestan sjóto feel ready to take anything on
gera e-ð upp á sitt eindæmito do sth. without consulting others
ganga vel framto put up a good fight
leggja orði í belgto put a word in
Ég verð alveg pottþétt þar á hádegi.I'll be there at noon without fail.
Unverified eiga e-ð undir e-mto have to rely on sb,
vera einn á ferðto be alone on a journey
eggja e-n (til e-s)to egg sb. on (to do sth.)
hafa mikið viðto put a lot of work into sth.
gera úttekt á e-uto make a report on sth.
hafa e-ð fyrir sér í e-uto have sth. to go on
Kvikmyndin er byggð á sannsögulegum atburðum.The film is based on a true story.
fara á æfinguto go to a training session
fara á íþróttaæfinguto go to a training session
bera smyrsl á sárto apply ointment to a cut
Það bregst ekki kennarinn lætur okkur hafa fullt af heimaverkefnum hvern föstudag.Without fail, the teacher gives us a lot of homework every Friday.
Ég ætla panta einn miða á föstudaginn.I'd like to book a ticket for Friday.
orðtak leggja stein í götu e-s [orðtak]to put a spoke in sb.'s wheel
taka um hálsinn á e-mto put one's arms around sb.'s neck
ganga mikið á [það gengur mikið á]to be a lot going on [there is a lot going on]
á {prep} [+acc/+dat]on
á áætlun {adv}on schedule
á sunnudögum {adv}on Sundays
stórlega {adv}on a big scale
stórlega {adv}on a large scale
á útleið {adj}on the way out
á vinstri hönd {adv}on the left
hrekkjato play a prank on [tease]
Hvað gengur á?What's going on?
uppi á þaki {adv}up on the roof
nærast á ávöxtumto feed on fruit
vera á vaktto be on duty
ofan á (e-u) {adv}on top (of sth.)
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