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  • 1 checked

    adjective (having a pattern of check: She wore a checked skirt; Is the material checked or striped?) köflóttur

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  • 2 check

    [ ek] 1. verb
    1) (to see if something (eg a sum) is correct or accurate: Will you check my addition?) athuga
    2) (to see if something (eg a machine) is in good condition or working properly: Have you checked the engine (over)?) athuga, fara yfir, prófa
    3) (to hold back; to stop: We've checked the flow of water from the burst pipe.) stöðva
    2. noun
    1) (an act of testing or checking.) prófun
    2) (something which prevents or holds back: a check on imports.) hafa hemil á
    3) (in chess, a position in which the king is attacked: He put his opponent's king in check.) skák
    4) (a pattern of squares: I like the red check on that material.) reitur, kafli
    5) (a ticket received in return for handing in baggage etc.) geymslumiði
    6) ((especially American) a bill: The check please, waiter!) reikningur
    7) ((American) a cheque.) ávísun, tékki
    - checkbook
    - check-in
    - checkmate
    3. verb
    (to put (an opponent's king) in this position.) máta
    - checkpoint
    - check-up
    - check in
    - check out
    - check up on
    - check up

    English-Icelandic dictionary > check

  • 3 check in

    (to register at a hotel as a guest or at an airport as a passenger: We checked in last night.) skrá sig inn

    English-Icelandic dictionary > check in

  • 4 idle

    1. adjective
    1) (not working; not in use: ships lying idle in the harbour.) aðgerðalaus; ekki í notkun
    2) (lazy: He has work to do, but he's idle and just sits around.) latur
    3) (having no effect or result: idle threats.) gagnslaus; innantómur
    4) (unnecessary; without good reason or foundation: idle fears; idle gossip.) ástæðulaus
    2. verb
    1) (to be idle or do nothing: On holiday they just idled from morning till night.) vera iðjulaus; slæpast
    2) (of an engine etc, to run gently without doing any work: They kept the car engine idling while they checked their position with the map.) í lausagangi
    - idleness
    - idly
    - idle away

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  • 5 in order (that)

    (so that: He checked all his figures again in order that the report might be as accurate as possible.) svo, til að

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  • 6 monitor

    ['monitə] 1. noun
    1) (a senior pupil who helps to see that school rules are kept.) bekkjarumsjónarmaður
    2) (any of several kinds of instrument etc by means of which something can be constantly checked, especially a small screen in a television studio showing the picture which is being transmitted at any given time: television monitor; computer monitor.) skjár, eftirlitstæki
    2. verb
    (to act as, or to use, a monitor; to keep a careful check on: These machines/technicians monitor the results constantly.) hafa eftirlit með

    English-Icelandic dictionary > monitor

  • 7 need

    [ni:d] 1. negative short form - needn't; verb
    1) (to require: This page needs to be checked again; This page needs checking again; Do you need any help?) þarfnast
    2) (to be obliged: You need to work hard if you want to succeed; They don't need to come until six o'clock; She needn't have given me such an expensive present.) verða, þurfa
    2. noun
    1) (something essential, that one must have: Food is one of our basic needs.) þörf
    2) (poverty or other difficulty: Many people are in great need.) neyð, örbirgð
    3) (a reason: There is no need for panic.) nauðsyn, ástæða
    - needlessly
    - needy
    - a need for
    - in need of

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  • 8 pulse

    1. noun
    (the regular beating of the heart, which can be checked by feeling the pumping action of the artery in the wrist: The doctor felt/took her pulse.) púls
    2. verb
    (to throb.) slá, hamast
    - pulsation

    English-Icelandic dictionary > pulse

  • 9 short

    [ʃo:t] 1. adjective
    1) (not long: You look nice with your hair short; Do you think my dress is too short?) stuttur
    2) (not tall; smaller than usual: a short man.) lágur, lágvaxinn
    3) (not lasting long; brief: a short film; in a very short time; I've a very short memory for details.) stuttur, skammur
    4) (not as much as it should be: When I checked my change, I found it was 20 cents short.) sem vantar upp á
    5) ((with of) not having enough (money etc): Most of us are short of money these days.) vera peningalítill
    6) ((of pastry) made so that it is crisp and crumbles easily.) stökkur
    2. adverb
    1) (suddenly; abruptly: He stopped short when he saw me.) snögglega
    2) (not as far as intended: The shot fell short.) ná ekki settu marki
    - shortage
    - shorten
    - shortening
    - shortly
    - shorts
    - shortbread
    - short-change
    - short circuit
    - shortcoming
    - shortcut
    - shorthand
    - short-handed
    - short-list
    3. verb
    (to put on a short-list: We've short-listed three of the twenty applicants.) setja á úrtökulista
    - short-range
    - short-sighted
    - short-sightedly
    - short-sightedness
    - short-tempered
    - short-term
    - by a short head
    - for short
    - go short
    - in short
    - in short supply
    - make short work of
    - run short
    - short and sweet
    - short for
    - short of

    English-Icelandic dictionary > short

  • 10 so good

    (all is well up to this point: So far, so good - we've checked the equipment, and everything's ready.) allt í sómanum hingað til

    English-Icelandic dictionary > so good

См. также в других словарях:

  • checked — [tʃekt] adj checked cloth has a regular pattern of differently coloured squares ▪ a checked blouse …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • checked — (ch[e^]kt), adj. 1. Held back from some action especially by force. Syn: curbed. [WordNet 1.5] 2. having a pattern of alternating dark and light squares in rows and columns. Syn: checkered. [WordNet 1.5] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • checked — [ tʃekt ] adjective printed or woven in a pattern of squares: a red and blue checked shirt …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • checked — checked; un·checked; …   English syllables

  • checked — [chekt] adj. 1. having a pattern of squares [a checked tablecloth] 2. Phonet. a) ending in a consonant: said of a syllable b) sounded in such a syllable: said of a vowel …   English World dictionary

  • checked — index broken (interrupted), limited, qualified (conditioned) Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …   Law dictionary

  • checked — checked, checkered *variegated, parti colored, motley,pied, piebald, skewbald, dappled, freaked …   New Dictionary of Synonyms

  • checked — [[t]tʃe̱kt[/t]] ADJ Something that is checked has a pattern of small squares, usually of two colours. He was wearing blue jeans and checked shirt. Syn: check …   English dictionary

  • checked — adjective checked cloth has a regular pattern of differently coloured squares: a checked blouse …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • Checked — Check Check, v. t. [imp. & p. p. {Checked} (ch[e^]kt); p. pr. & vb. n. {checking}.] 1. (Chess) To make a move which puts an adversary s piece, esp. his king, in check; to put in check. [1913 Webster] 2. To put a sudden restraint upon; to stop… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • checked — /chekt/, adj. 1. having a pattern of squares; checkered: a checked shirt. 2. Phonet. (of a vowel) situated in a closed syllable (opposed to free). [1375 1425; late ME. See CHECK1, ED2] * * * …   Universalium

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