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å gjøre noen urettto do sb. wrong
Partial Matches
noen tok feilsb. was wrong
Unverified noe er galt med noen/noesth. is wrong with sb./sth.
å drepe noento do sb. in [sl.] [to kill sb.]
Unverified å ha sex med noento do sb. [ to have sex with sb.]
å tillate noen å gjøre noeto allow sb. to do sth.
Unverified å gjøre rett ved noento do right by sb. [to treat fairly]
feil {adj} {adv}wrong
gal {adj} [feil, urett]wrong
fullstendig feil {adj}completely wrong
å ta feilto be wrong
Noe er galt.Something is wrong.
tuller jeg. [uform.]I am wrong.
uttrykk å være (helt) bærturto be dead wrong
Hvor gikk det galt?Where did that go wrong?
Hva feiler det deg?What's wrong with you?
uttrykk å være (helt) bærturto bark up the wrong tree
å forestille noen for noento introduce sb. to sb.
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.
noen liker å kalle noen/noe ...sb. likes to call sb./sth. ...
Unverified noen/noe er svaret noen/noesb./sth. is the answear to sb./sth.
å advare (noen) mot noen/noeto warn (sb.) against sb./sth.
noen kan ikke nok av noen/noesb. can't get enough of sb./sth.
do {m} {n}toilet
ditto {adv} <do.>ditto <do.>
å gjøreto do
do {m} {n}loo [Br.] [coll.]
å snekreto do woodwork
utda. å gjøre lekserto do homework
Trenger du ... ?Do you need ... ?
Har du ... ?Do you have ... ?
Unverified å gjøre ingentingto do nothing
Unverified å gjøre ingentingto not do anything
Unverified å ikke gjøre noeto do nothing
Hvordan går det?How do you do?
gjør-det-selv {n}do-it-yourself <DIY>
Unverified å holde med noeto do something
Hva mener du?What do you think?
Hva tror du?What do you think?
Vennligst ikke forstyrr.Please do not disturb.
Unverified å ikke gjøre noeto not do anything
uttrykk Unverified La være å tøyse!Do not fool around!
Hva kan jeg gjøre?What can I do?
Unverified akkurat som jeg gjørjust like I do
å gjøre noe i etapperto do sth. in stages
å pleie å gjøre noeto tend to do sth.
grunn {m} til å gjøre noereason to do sth.
å pleie å gjøre noeto use to do sth.
Gjør meg en tjeneste.Do me a favor. [Am.]
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