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Engelsk-norsk (Bokmål) ordbok

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Dictionary Norwegian English: except for

Translation 1 - 52 of 52

bortsett (fra)except (for)
Partial Matches
unntatt {prep}except
utenom {prep}except
til {prep}for
(i) dagevis {adv}for days
for alltid {adv}for ever
eksempelvis {adv}for example
i timevisfor hours
til salgsfor sale
hvorfor {adv}what for
å be omto ask for
å budsjettere medto budget for
å bry seg omto care for
å søke etterto look for
å be forto pray for
å søke etterto search for
å etterstrebeto strive for
å tørste (etter)to thirst (for)
å sørge for noento care for sb.
Unverified å heie (på noen)to cheer (for sb.)
å lengte etter noeto long for sth.
stoff til ettertankefood for thought
uttrykk for en slikk og ingentingfor a song
for / til hjemmebrukfor domestic use
i flere uker {adv}for several weeks
å bestemme segto decide for oneself
oljeboring {m/f}drilling for oil
pustepause {m}pause for breath
for eksempel {adv} <f.eks.>for example <e.g.>
for eksempel {adv} <f.eks.>for instance <f.i.>
å lete etterto look for [search, seek]
å se etter en/noeto look for sb./sth.
jur. å saksøke noen for noeto sue sb. for sth.
å brenne etter å gjøre noeto be spoiling for sth.
lenge {adv} [i lang tid]for a long time
for første gangfor the first time
i årevis {adv}for years (and years)
en gang for alle {adv}once and for all
uttrykk takk som spørthank you for asking
å synes synd to be / feel sorry for
å søke om/ [et stipend osv.]to apply for [a scholarship etc.]
uttrykk Unverified Å fyttikatta! [uform.]For crying out loud! [coll.]
å bane vei for noeto pave the way for sth.
jur. forsvarer {m}counsel for the defence [Br.]
for mitt bare liv {adv}for the life of me
å ta en for laget [uttrykk]to take one for the team
Hva skal det være?What can I do for you?
uttrykk å falle pladask for noento fall head over heels for sb.
uttrykk å love bot og bedringto promise to change for the better
Skal jeg ta en beskjed til ham / henne?Can I take a message for him / her?
uttrykk å ikke se skogen for bare trærto not see the wood / forest for the trees
Takk for maten!Thank you for the food! [polite phrase after dinner]
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