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å gjøre noen surto make sb. angry
å deppe noen ned [uform.]to make sb. depressed
å gjøre noen surto make sb. mad [coll.] [angry]
å gjøre noen til latterto make fun of sb.
å drive gjøn med noento make fun of sb.
å holde noen for narrto make fun of sb.
å kødde med noen [uform.]to make fun of sb.
å gjøre noen til narrto make a fool of sb.
å gjøre noen til narrmake a fool (out) of sb.
redd {adj}afraid
Dessverre ...I'm afraid ...
å grue segto be afraid
merke {n}make
orn. T
måke {m/f}
orn. T
måke {m/f}
å forestille noen for noento introduce sb. to sb.
å lageto make
kosm. sminke {m/f}make-up
å gledeto make glad
å vanskeliggjøreto make difficult
å smatteto make mouth noises
Unverified å rekke detto make it
å forsikre segto make sure
å småprateto make small talk
å smatteto make saliva noises
å debutereto make one's debut
å utgjøreto make up [compose, constitute]
å hygge segto make oneself comfortable
å overleveto make it [idiom] [to survive]
å lykkesto make it [be successfull]
å gjøre noe klartto make sth. clear
å gjøre noe godt igjento make amends [idiom]
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.
Unverified å gjøre narr av noento make fun of someone
Unverified å til å gjøre noeto make something happen
å klare det [holde ut]to make it [manage sth.]
uttrykk å ikke henge med i svingeneto not quite make it
kosm. å sminketo make up [one's face, apply make-up]
å lykkes i noeto make it in sth. [succeed in sth.]
uttrykk å leve fra en dag til en annento hardly make ends meet
ordtak En svale gjør ingen sommer.One swallow doesn't make a summer.
å tulle med noeto make a joke of sth.
å drite seg ut [uform.]to make a fool of oneself
å legge i veito make a start
Unverified å rekke det i tide for noe {noun}to make it in time for sth.
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