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Hva er klokka?What time is it?
Partial Matches
Hvilken dato er det i dag?What date is it today?
Unverified å ha noe hjernenbe more concerned with something than what is good
Unverified hva {adj}what
hva {pron}what
Unverified Hæ?what? | huh?
hvorfor {adv}what for
Unverified Hvordan kan det forklares?What gives? [coll.]
Det var synd!What a pity!
Hva i all verden ...!What on earth ...!
Hva er i veien?What's the matter?
Hva heter du?What's your name?
Unverified Hva vedkommer det deg?What do you care?
Hva mener du?What do you think?
Hva tror du?What do you think?
det finnesthere is
Hva skjer? [uform.]What's up? [Am.] [coll.]
[noen/noe] ersb./sth. is
noe ligger ...sth. is situated ...
Hvem er det?Who is there?
Hva skal det være?What can I do for you?
Han har det bra.He is doing well.
Hva koster det?How much is it?
uttrykk Penger spiller ingen rolle.Money is no object.
Jeg heter Frank.My name is Frank.
ordtak Blod er tykkere enn vann.Blood is thicker than water.
ordtak uttrykk Bedre føre var enn etter snar.Prevention is better than cure.
ordtak Kunden har alltid rett.The customer is always right.
tid {m/f}time
uttrykk Æres den som æres bør.(Give) credit where credit is due.
ordtak Det er ikke gull alt som glimrer.All that glitters is not gold.
ordtak Tale er sølv, men taushet er gull.Speech is silver, silence is golden.
uttrykk å smi mens jernet er varmtto strike while the iron is hot
fengselsopphold {n}time [imprisonment]
i tide {adv}in time
tidsnok {adv}in time
presis {adv}on time
tidkrevende {adj}time-consuming
tidskrevende {adj}time-consuming
juletid {m/f}Christmas time
tørretid {m/f}drying time
foto. eksponeringstid {m/f}exposure time
reisetid {m/f}journey time
sport rundetid {m/f}lap time
astron. geogr. lokaltid {m/f}local time
fys. Planck-tid {m/f}Planck time
tidsforskjell {m}time difference
tidsramme {m/f}time frame
tidsbegrensning {m/f}time limit
tidsmaskin {m}time machine
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