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Dictionary English Danish: It's bound to work this way

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to go to piecesat i stykker
to starve to deathat sulte ihjel
mother-to-bevordende mor {fk}
also referred to asogså benævnt
also referred to asogså betegnet
also referred to asogså kaldet
also referred to asogså kendt som
soaked to the skingennemblødt til skindet
The same to you.I lige måde.
Would you like to ... ?Vil du gerne ... ?
so to speak {adv}om man sige
Unverified to be about toat skulle lige til at
Unverified to be about toat være lige ved at
to be allowed toat lov til at
to be allowed toat have lov til at
to be supposed toat måtte [være nødt til]
to say hello to sb.at hilse ngn.
from head to foot {adv}fra top til
from head to toe {adv}fra top til
from time to time {adv}fra tid til anden
Unverified Good to see you.Godt at se dig.
Nice to meet you.Hyggeligt at møde dig.
[I/we/they] have to[jeg/vi/de]
Unverified to got to [Am.]at skulle [at være nødt til]
to subject sb./sth. (to)at udsætte ngn./ngt. (for)
talem. Unverified to be about toat stå i begreb med at
to be exposed to sth.at blive / være udsat for ngt.
Unverified to be on to sb.at være sporet af ngn.
to be subjected to sth.at blive udsat for ngt.
to get used to sth.at vænne sig til ngt.
to look forward to sth.at glæde sig til ngt.
to look forward to sth.at se frem til ngt.
to pay attention to sb./sth.at skænke ngn./ngt. opmærksomhed
to say hello (to sb.)at sige goddag (til ngn.)
Unverified He needs to shave.Han trænger til en barbering.
talem. Unverified Welcome to the club! [coll.]Velkommen i klubben! [dagl.]
Unverified to be able to do sth.at kunne gøre ngt.
Unverified to confide a secret to sb.at betro ngn. en hemmelighed
to keep oneself to oneselfat holde sig for sig selv
Unverified to push sb. to the wallat skubbe ngn. til side
to subscribe to a newspaperat abonnere en avis
ordsp. All roads lead to Rome.Alle veje fører til Rom.
Unverified Are we going to eat soon?Skal vi snart spise?
in time to the music {adv}i takt til musikken
not to be confused with ...ikke at forveksle med ...
Unverified Thank you, the same to you!Tak i lige måde!
Unverified What are you going to do?Hvad skal du (lave)?
rejseo. trafik to turn off to the rightat dreje af til højre
Stop it!Stop!
to be allowed toat måtte [få el. have lov til at]
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