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Dictionary Norwegian English: out

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NorwegianEnglish
NOUN   out | outs
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VERB  to out | outed | outed ... 
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ut {adv}out
2 Words: Others
utbrent {adj}burned-out
utbrent {adj}burnt-out [esp. Br.]
påfallende ukonvensjonellfar-out [sl.]
utfrosset {adj}frozen out
utsolgt {adj}sold out
2 Words: Verbs
å gi ut [om bok, blad osv.]to bring out [book, paper etc.]
å gjennomføreto carry out
å utføreto carry out
å overdøveto drown out
å jevne (seg) utto even out
å erfareto find out
å utto go out
å leie utto hire out
å stikke utto jut out
å utbetaleto pay out
å fase utto phase out
å påpeketo point out
å presisereto point out
å slokketo put out
å slukketo put out
å utelukketo rule out
å stikke utto stick out
å tynne (ut)to thin out
2 Words: Nouns
utvei {m}way out
3 Words: Others
langtrukken {adj}long-drawn-out
passé {adj}out of date [pred.]
ute av proporsjon / proporsjonerout of proportion
ut / ute av syneout of sight
3 Words: Verbs
å lyseto give out light
foto. inform. å zoome (inn / ut)to zoom (in / out)
3 Words: Nouns
sport straffesparkkonkurranse {m}penalty shoot-out [football]
4 Words: Others
uttrykk Unverified Å fyttikatta! [uform.]For crying out loud! [coll.]
ut av det blå {adv}out of the blue
som lyn fra klar himmel {adv}out of the blue
4 Words: Nouns
fraværsmelding {m/f}out-of-office message
5+ Words: Others
uttrykk Ute av syne, ute av sinn.Out of sight, out of mind.
uttrykk fra asken til ildenout of the frying pan (and) into the fire
utslitt {adj} [om sko, klær]worn out (also: worn-out)
5+ Words: Verbs
å rulle ut den røde løperento roll out the red carpet
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