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jur. juridisk person {m}legal person [juridical person]
jur. fysisk person {m}natural person
savnet person {m}missing person
tilfeldig {adj}random
vilkårlig {adj}random
måfå {adv}at random
inform. minnebrikke {m/f}random access memory stick <RAM stick>
inform. RAM-minnebrikke {m/f}random access memory stick <RAM stick>
person {m}person
enkeltperson {m}single person
kverulant {m}argumentative person
med. smittet {m}infected person
ungdom {m}young person
uteligger {m}homeless person
galning {m} [uform.]crazy person
galning {m} [uform.]insane person
gærning {m} [uform.]crazy person
gærning {m} [uform.]insane person
geogr. pakkis {m} [uform.] [nedsett.]Pakistani person
ung ufør {m}disabled young person
bråkefant {m} [hum.] [nedsett.]noisy person [pej.]
admin. jur. person {m} med gyldig oppholdstillatelselegal resident
uttrykk som alle andreas much as the next person
teft {m}scent of an animal('s) or person('s track)
å tulle med noeto make a joke of sth.
å ha en vond drømto have a bad dream
uttrykk å ta seg en hivertto have a quick one
uttrykk å ta seg en knertto have a quick one
å kaldsvetteto be in / have a cold sweat
å skamslå noento beat sb. to a pulp
sport å blåse avto whistle to a close [football]
transp. tur. å dra turto go on a trip
å ... i botto get a fine of ...
å falle i komato fall into a coma
å føre à jourto bring up to date
å i ball [uform.]to become a mess
å ikke ha peilingto not have a clue
uttrykk å tenke koffertto interpret neutral terms in a sexual way
å drite seg ut [uform.]to make a fool of oneself
å gjøre noen til narrto make a fool of sb.
å ha hendene fulle [idiom]to have a lot to do
å preke moral (til noen)to give (sb.) a stern lecture
å gjøre noen til narrmake a fool (out) of sb.
å se mye til noen/noeto see sb./sth. a lot
Unverified å slå tilbake mot noen/noeto strikes back a sb./sth.
å være gravid / svangerto have a bun in the oven [coll.]
økon. Unverified å dra inn et større beløpto pull in a larger amount
Unverified å ut med et smellto go out with a bang
litt. å gjendikteto re-create (a literary work)
å jernteppe [idiom]to have a blackout
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