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Dictionary English Danish: att leta efter ngn ngt

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to name sb./sth. after sb./sth.at opkalde ngn./ngt. efter ngn./ngt.
to long for sb./sth.at længes efter ngn./ngt.
to look for sb./sth.at lede efter ngn./ngt.
to inherit sth. from sb.at arve ngt. efter en
Unverified to abide by sth.at rette sig efter ngt. [at følge ngt.]
to google (for) sth.at google (på / efter) ngt.
Unverified to aim sth. at sb./sth. [e.g. a gun, a torch]at rette ngt. mod ngn./ngt.
sb./sth. camengn./ngt. kom
sb./sth. canngn./ngt. kan
sb./sth. hadngn./ngt. havde
sb./sth. wasngn./ngt. var
Unverified to ignore sb./sth.at ignorere ngn./ngt.
to overstrain sb./sth.at overanstrenge ngn./ngt.
Unverified to remember sb./sth.at huske ngn./ngt.
to outmaneuver sb./sth. [Am.]at udmanøvrere ngn./ngt.
to outmanoeuvre sb./sth. [Br.]at udmanøvrere ngn./ngt.
to eavesdrop on sb./sth.at aflytte ngn./ngt.
to look like sb./sth.at ligne ngn./ngt.
to tie sb./sth. upat binde ngn./ngt.
Unverified to dislike sb./sth.ikke at kunne lide ngn./ngt.
to scorn sb./sth. [disdain, despise]at foragte ngn./ngt.
to spot sb./sth.at øje ngn./ngt.
to depend on sb./sth.at afhænge af ngn./ngt.
to subject sb./sth. (to)at udsætte ngn./ngt. (for)
to commemorate sb./sth.at mindes ngn./ngt. [fejre mindet om]
to pay attention to sb./sth.at skænke ngn./ngt. opmærksomhed
to be proud of sb./sth.at være stolt af ngn./ngt.
to catch sight of sb./sth.at øje ngn./ngt.
to get rid of sb./sth.at blive af med ngn./ngt.
to set fire to sb./sth.at sætte ild til / ngn./ngt.
to keep an eye on sb./sth.at holde øje med ngn./ngt.
after {adv} {conj} {prep}efter
next {adv}efter
to seekat søge (efter)
Unverified After him!Efter ham!
as requiredefter behov
to seekat lede (efter) [søge]
shortly afterkort tid efter
Unverified Go after him!Løb efter ham!
in search of ...i søgen efter ...
in my opinion <IMO>efter min mening
Unverified They ran after him.De løb efter ham.
Unverified They shouted after him.De råbte efter ham.
Anno Domini {adv} <AD, A.D.>efter Kristus <e.Kr.>
for {prep} [e.g. to fish for cod]efter [fx at fiske efter torsk]
sb. expectedngn. forventede
Unverified sb. mightngn. kan
Unverified sb. mightngn. kunne
Unverified sb. mightngn. måtte
sb. proposedngn. foreslog
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