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Engelsk-norsk (Bokmål) ordbok

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å tildeleto award
å forestille noen for noento introduce sb. to sb.
prisbelønt {adj}award-winning
prisbelønnet {adj}award-winning
å oppkalle noen/noe etter noen/noeto name sb./sth. after sb./sth.
å forvandle noen/noe til noen/noeto turn sb./sth. into sb./sth.
diplom {n}diploma
å overliste noento outsmart sb.
å kjede noento bore sb.
å bøtelegge noento fine sb.
å interessere noento interest sb.
å vekke noento wake sb.
å såre noento hurt sb.
å etterfølge noento succeed sb.
å distansere noento outdistance sb.
å desillusjonere noento disillusion sb.
å forfølge noento stalk sb.
å kjenne noen igjento recognize sb.
å vekke noento wake sb. up
å forhøre noento question sb. [interrogate]
å berolige noento calm sb. down
å huske noen/noeto remember sb./sth.
å lyve noento lie to sb.
å rangere noen/noeto rank sb./sth.
å oppsøke noento see sb. [visit, consult]
å stelle for noento look after sb. [Br.]
å frata noen noeto deprive sb. of sth.
jur. å tiltale noento charge sb. [for an offence]
å psyke (seg / noen)to psych (oneself / sb.) [coll.]
å utmanøvrere noen/noeto outmanoeuvre sb./sth. [Br.]
å kreve noens livto claim sb.'s life
å knivstikke noento stab sb. [with a knife]
å utmanøvrere noen/noeto outmaneuver sb./sth. [Am.]
å se etter en/noeto look after sb./sth.
å være glad i en/noeto like sb./sth.
å utsette noen/noe (for)to subject sb./sth. (to)
å se etter en/noeto look for sb./sth.
å vise langfingeren (til noen)to give sb. the bird
å røpe noe for noento disclose sth. to sb.
å beære noen med noeto honour sb. with sth. [Br.]
å beære noen med noeto honor sb. with sth. [Am.]
å følge noen/noe med argusøyneto watch sb./sth. closely
Unverified å legge an noen [uform.]to hit on sb. [Am.] [coll.]
å overlate noe til noento leave sth. to sb. [entrust with]
uttrykk å være prikken lik noento be the spitting image of sb.
å holde noen/noe i sjakkto keep sb./sth. in check [under control]
Unverified å la seg inspirere av noe/noento draw (one's) inspiration from sb./sth.
uttrykk å falle pladask for noento fall head over heels for sb.
å sørge for noento care for sb.
noen {pron}somebody <sb.>
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