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BETA Norwegian-English translation for: always on the run
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Dictionary Norwegian English: always on the run

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ordtak Kunden har alltid rett.The customer is always right.
i lengden {adv}in the long run
i det lange løp {adv}in the long run
underveis {adv}on the way
gastr. maiskolbe {m}corn on the cob
Unverified ørefik {m}box on the ear
i bevegelseon the move
i radioenon the radio
farten {adv}on the move
stedeton the spot
tvert imoton the contrary
tvert om {adv}on the contrary
bibel. bergprekenen {m}the Sermon on the Mount
uttrykk alt i alt {adv}on the whole
grunnlag avon the basis of
Unverified ris rumpaspanked on the butt
folk {n} gatapeople {pl} on the street
den annen sideon the other hand
dagen {adv} [på samme dag]on the (same) day
bakgrunn av noe {adv}on the basis of sth.
å være trappene [fig.]to be on the way
gastr. Jeg spanderer neste runde.The next round is on me.
Unverified å tak i noe {noun}to get the hands on sth.
uttrykk å ha begge beina (plantet) jordato have both feet on the ground
alltid {adv}always
høyre side {adv}on the right-hand side
uttrykk å være i snaueste lagetto be a bit on the skimpy side
som alltid {adv}as always
å ræva [vulg.]  falle baken]to land on the ass [vulg.]
løp {n}run
å løpeto run
å renneto run
naut. å grunnstøteto run aground
avløpsvann {n}run-off water
påkjørt {past-p} [av]run over [by]
sport terrengløp {n}cross-country (run / running)
å frito run free
Unverified å kjøre to run over
å stikke avto run away
hydro. avrenning {m/f}run-off [of water etc.]
Løp, søk dekning!Run for cover!
inform. å kjøre en appto run an application
ordtak Stille vann har dypest grunn.Still waters run deep.
å bli overkjørt (av noe)to be run over (by sth.)
traf. å trafikkere [gå i bestemt, regelmessig rute]to run [train, bus, etc.]
å la fantasien løpe frittto let one's imagination run free
Unverified å kjøre ned noe [som vei, bakke]to run down sth. [like a road, hill]
Unverified å amokto run amok
Unverified å løpe amokto run amok
traf. å kjøre noen/noe ned [som et trafikkskilt, en person, en syklist]to run down sb./sth. [like a traffic sign, a person, a cyclist]
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