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Norwegian English
noe {pron}
3
something
ikke noe {pron}
2
nothing
noe annetsomething else
noe ligger ...sth. is situated ...
Unverified noe skjeddesomething happen
Unverified noen/noe bestemmersb. decides
Unverified noen/noe komsb./sth. came
Verbs
å hente noe
4
to fetch sth.
å ane noeto sense sth.
å begå noeto commit sth.
å datere noeto date sth.
å dømme noen/noeto doom sb./sth.
å eie noeto own sth.
å fikse noeto fix sth.
å forårsake noeto effect sth.
å forårsake noeto engender sth.
mus. å foredra noeto perform sth.
å frata noen noeto deprive sb. of sth.
å greie noeto cope with sth.
Unverified å hedre noen/noeto honour sb./sth. [Br.]
å huske noen/noeto remember sb./sth.
å innebære noeto entail sth.
å inngå noeto enter into sth.
Unverified å innse noeto comprehend sth.
å markedsføre noeto market sth.
å minske noeto diminish sth.
tek. å nullstille noeto reset sth.
å nummerere noeto number sth.
å påskynde noeto precipitate sth.
å patentere noeto patent sth.
å plotte noeto plot sth.
å plugge noeto plug sth. [by inserting a plug]
å pugge noeto memorize sth.
å pugge noeto learn sth. by heart
å rangere noen/noeto rank sb./sth.
å ruinere noen/noeto ruin sb./sth.
å rydde noeto clear sth. [for cultivation]
å spole noeto wind sth.
å stemple noeto stamp sth.
Unverified å unngå noeto shirk sth. [to avoid sth.]
å utmanøvrere noen/noeto outmaneuver sb./sth. [Am.]
å utmanøvrere noen/noeto outmanoeuvre sb./sth. [Br.]
fin. Unverified å utrede noe [betale]to reimburse sth.
å vinsje noeto winch sth.
2 Words: Others
Unverified Noe annet?Anything else?
noe som helst {adj} {pron}any [some, no matter which]
2 Words: Verbs
å basere noe noeto base sth. on sth.
å beære noen med noeto honor sb. with sth. [Am.]
å beære noen med noeto honour sb. with sth. [Br.]
å forestille seg noeto imagine sth.
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