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om to strakser {adv} [uform.]in a jiffy [coll.]
straks {adv}in a jiffy [coll.]
Partial Matches
straks {adv}in a moment
uttrykk i et nøtteskallin a nutshell
rad {adv}in a row
ordtak sett og vis {adv}in a sense
en måte {adv}in a way
ordtak sett og vis {adv}in a way
lettvint {adv}in a breeze [coll.]
veldig enkelt {adv}in a breeze [coll.]
veldig lett {adv}in a breeze [coll.]
den måten {adv}in such a way
uttrykk et skudd i mørketa shot in the dark
innen kort tid {adv}in a short time frame
økon. Unverified å dra inn et større beløpto pull in a larger amount
uttrykk et skudd i blinde {noun}a shot in the dark
uttrykk en storm i et vannglassa storm in a teacup [Br.]
å kaldsvetteto be in / have a cold sweat
bisettelse {m}ceremony in connection with a cremation
uttrykk Rom ble ikke bygget en / én dag.Rome wasn't built in a day.
Roma ble ikke bygget en / én dag.Rome wasn't built in a day.
å kjøpe katta/katten i sekken [idiom]to buy a pig in a poke [idiom]
å kjøpe katten i sekken [idiom]to buy a pig in a poke [idiom]
å være gravid / svangerto have a bun in the oven [coll.]
uttrykk å tenke koffertto interpret neutral terms in a sexual way
å være gravid / svangerto be in a family way [Am.] [coll.] [pregnant]
ordtak Unverified Som sild i tønne. [Når mennesker er samlet et lite begrenset område]When people are gathered in a small confined space
ordtak Én fugl i hånden er bedre enn ti taket.A bird in the hand is worth two in the bush.
et [n. av en]a
litta bit
et para few
et fåtall ...a few ...
litta little
Unverified dritmye {adj} [vulg.] [uform.]a lot
en smule {adv}a tad
litt {adv}a tad
litt {adv}a touch
massevis {noun}a lot
null {n} [fig.]a nobody
biokjemi adenin {n} <A, Ade>adenine <A, Ade>
biokjemi alanin {n} <Ala, A>alanine <Ala, A>
gastr. En øl, takk!A beer, please!
Tusen takk!A thousand thanks!
Unverified småfrekk {adj}a bit impolite
Unverified litt tila bit more
Unverified småfrekk {adj}a bit rude
et para couple of
et godt kjøpa good buy
ei / en god saka good cause
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