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Icelandic-German translation for: [vel]
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Dictionary Icelandic German: [vel]

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Icelandic German
drjúgur {adj} [sem endist vel]andauernd
Gjössovel! [talm.] [Gerðu svo vel!]Bitte schön!
vandaður {adj} [vel gerður]gediegen [solide gearbeitet]
vandaður {adj} [vel gerður]gelungen
vandaður {adj} [vel gerður]von guter Qualität
vanstilltur {adj} [vél]instabil
vanstilltur {adj} [vél]schlecht angepasst
vanstilltur {adj} [vél]schlecht eingestellt
Verbs
bíta [vel, illa]
3
schneiden [gut, schlecht] [Messer, Klinge]
byrja [vel, illa]sich anlassen [gut, schlecht]
farnast [e-m farnast vel / illa]ergehen [jdm. ergeht es gut / schlecht]
hljóma [vel, illa]sich anhören [gut, schlecht]
hökta [vél, bíll]schlecht funktionieren [Maschine, Auto]
svara e-m (e-u) [svara fullum hálsi, svara vel fyrir sig]jdm. (etw.) kontern
Nouns
[eitthvað sem er vel heppnað]Volltreffer {m}
[Eitthvað sem virkaði vel, virkar ekki þegar á sýna það.]Vorführeffekt {m}
2 Words: Verbs
bragðast vel [e-ð bragðast vel]schmecken [etw. schmeckt]
búnast vel [e-m búnast vel]als Landwirt (Bauer) Erfolg haben
líða vel [e-m líður vel]gut gehen
líða vel [e-m líður vel]sich gut fühlen
njóta sín [e-ð nýtur sín (ekki / vel / illa)]zur Geltung kommen [etw. kommt (nicht / gut) zur Geltung]
vegna vel [e-m vegnar vel]gut gehen [jdm. geht es gut]
2 Words: Nouns
tæk. Wankel-vél {kv} [Rotary-vél]Wankelmotor {m} [Rotationskolbenmotor]
3 Words: Verbs
ára vel / illa [það árar vel / illa]gute / schlechte Zeiten sein [es sind gute / schlechte Zeiten]
bíta vel / illa [e-ð bítur vel / illa]gut / schlecht schneiden [etw. schneidet gut / schlecht]
fara vel um e-n [það fer vel um e-n]es gemütlich haben [jd. hat es gemütlich]
koma sér vel [e-ð kemur sér vel]nützlich sein [etw. ist nützlich]
koma sér vel [e-ð kemur sér vel]praktisch sein [etw. ist praktisch]
koma sér vel [e-ð kemur sér vel]sich bezahlt machen [etw. macht sich bezahlt]
líða ekki vel [e-m líður ekki vel]völlig daneben sein [jd. ist völlig daneben]
líða vel / illa [e-m líður vel / illa]sich gut / schlecht befinden
lítast vel á [e-m líst vel á e-n/e-ð]gefallen [jd./etw. gefällt jdm.]
taka sig út [vel / illa]sich ausnehmen [gut / schlecht]
viðra vel / illa [það viðrar vel]gutes / schlechtes Wetter sein [es ist gutes Wetter]
5+ Words: Others
Ég kann vel við ensku en ég get ekki talað hana vel.Ich mag Englisch, aber ich spreche es nicht gut.
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