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Dictionary English Danish: være

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VERB   at være | er | var | været
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to be
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at være
2 Words: Others
Unverified being a virginvære uskyldig
2 Words: Verbs
to be addictedat være afhængig
to be afraidat være angst
to be scaredat være angst
to be unemployedat være arbejdsløs
to be honestat være ærlig
to be afraidat være bange
to be scaredat være bange
to worryat være bekymret
to be doneat være færdig
to be delightedat være glad
to wearat være iført
to be suspiciousat være mistænksom
to be suspiciousat være mistroisk
to be on timeat være præcis
to be scaredat være ræd
to have no rightsat være retsløs
Unverified to hang out [coll., e.g. with friends]at være sammen [dagl., fx med venner]
Unverified to be petrified with horrorat være skrækslagen
to be satisfiedat være tilfreds
to be thirstyat være tørstig
3 Words: Verbs
to be in love withat være forelsket i
Unverified to be in love with sb.at være forelsket i ngn.
Unverified to have a crush on sb. [coll.]at være forelsket i ngn.
to doubtat være i tvivl
Unverified to be sad about sth.at være ked af ngt.
talem. Unverified to have a crush on sb. [coll.]at være skudt i ngn. [uform.]
to feel stiff and achingat være som mørbanket
to be proud of sb./sth.at være stolt af ngn./ngt.
Unverified to have a crush on sb. [coll.]at være varm ngn. [uform.]
Unverified to have a crush on sb. [coll.]at være vild med ngn. [uform.]
4 Words: Others
Unverified Could be!Det kan godt være!
Drop it!Lad være (med det)!
4 Words: Verbs
to be exposed to sth.at blive / være udsat for ngt.
Unverified to possessat være i besiddelse af
Unverified to bang [Am.] [sl.]at være i en bande
Unverified to be sadat være ked af det
Unverified to be about toat være lige ved at
Unverified to be on to sb.at være sporet af ngn.
to be one's own bossat være sin egen herre
Unverified to be in abeyance [temporarily disused]at være stillet i bero
5+ Words: Others
Unverified Whatever! [coll.]Lad mig være i fred!
Unverified Don't interrupt me!Lad være med at afbryde mig!
ordsp. Unverified In for a penny, in for a pound!Skal der være gilde, lad der være gilde!
5+ Words: Verbs
talem. to be (as) drunk as a lord [Br.]at være fuld som en allike
Unverified to be able to (do sth.)at være i stand til at gøre ngt.
talem. to be only skin and bone / bonesat være kun skind og ben
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