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BETA English-Danish translation for: Hvordan bar du dig ad med det
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Dictionary English Danish: Hvordan bar du dig ad med det

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How did you manage that?Hvordan bar du dig ad med det?
Partial Matches
How's he doing?Hvordan går det med ham?
It's got nothing to do with you!Det har intet med dig at gøre!
How are you?Hvordan har du det?
What's up? [Am.] [coll.]Hvordan har du det?
How are the bots biting? [Aus.] [sl.]Hvordan går det?
How are things going? [Br.]Hvordan går det?
How are things?Hvordan går det?
How are you?Hvordan går det?
How ya doin? [sl.]Hvordan går det?
How's it going?Hvordan går det?
Unverified How's it hangin'? [sl.]Hvordan går det?
Unverified How's things? [coll.]Hvordan går det?
Unverified What about ya? [Northern Irish] [sl.]Hvordan går det?
Unverified What's cracking? [Aus.] [sl.]Hvordan går det?
What's up? [Am.] [coll.]Hvordan går det?
How's he doing?Hvordan går det ham?
How are you doing?Hvordan har De det? [gl.]
Unverified Go figure! [Am.]Forestil dig lige dét!
Unverified Get used to it!Væn dig til det!
Unverified That's got nothing to do with you!Det kommer ikke dig / jer ved!
Drop it!Lad være (med det)!
with the naked eye {adv} [idiom]med det blotte øje [talemåde]
Unverified What has that got to do with the subject?Hvad har det med emnet at gøre?
What's he got to do with it all, then?Hvad har han med det hele at gøre?
talem. Unverified sth. goes in (at) one ear and out (at) the otherngt. går ind ad det ene øre og ud ad / af det andet
Serves you right!Det har du rigtig godt af!
ordsp. People who live in glass houses shouldn't throw stones.Kast ikke med sten hvis du selv bor i et glashus.
how {adv}hvordan
How do I get there?Hvordan når jeg frem?
How do you say ... in Danish / English?Hvordan siger man ... dansk / engelsk?
yourself {pron}dig selv
Hurry (up)! [said to one person]Skynd dig!
Unverified at {prep}ad
Unverified by {prep}ad
Yuck! [coll.]Ad!
Yuk! [spv.] [coll.]Ad!
Chill out! [coll.]Hids dig ned!
I love you.Jeg elsker dig.
Good to see you.Godt at se dig.
Don't bother!Gør dig ingen ulejlighed!
Nice to meet you.Hyggeligt at møde dig.
job typo art directorartdirector {fk} <AD>
Unverified to go togetherat følges (ad)
to help each otherat hjælpes ad
Unverified Ugh! Disgusting!Ad, hvor ulækkert!
one at a time {adv}én ad gangen
towards evening {adv}hen ad aften
along the road {adv}hen ad vejen
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