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  • 521 family

    adj. familje-
    n. familj
    * * *
    plural - families; noun
    1) ((singular or plural) a man, his wife and their children: These houses were built for families; The (members of the) Smith family are all very athletic; ( also adjective) a family holiday.) familj, familje-
    2) (a group of people related to each other, including cousins, grandchildren etc: He comes from a wealthy family; ( also adjective) the family home.) familj, släkt
    3) (the children of a man and his wife: When I get married I should like a large family.) familj
    4) (a group of plants, animals, languages etc that are connected in some way: In spite of its name, a koala bear is not a member of the bear family.) familj
    - family tree

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  • 522 fancy

    adj. speciellt utvald; fin; stilig; fantasi-; infalls-; speciellt utvald, godtycklig; förbättrande
    n. fantasi; föreställning, inbillning; infall; böjelse; smak; tycka om något, vara svag för något; förbättring
    v. föreställa sig; göra sig en bild av; tänka sig, inbilla sig; tycka om, vara förtjust i; förbättra
    * * *
    ['fænsi] 1. plural - fancies; noun
    1) (a sudden (often unexpected) liking or desire: The child had many peculiar fancies.)
    2) (the power of the mind to imagine things: She had a tendency to indulge in flights of fancy.)
    3) (something imagined: He had a sudden fancy that he could see Spring approaching.)
    2. adjective
    (decorated; not plain: fancy cakes.) konstnärligt framställd (prydd)
    3. verb
    1) (to like the idea of having or doing something: I fancy a cup of tea.) vilja ha, önska sig
    2) (to think or have a certain feeling or impression (that): I fancied (that) you were angry.) förmoda
    3) (to have strong sexual interest in (a person): He fancies her a lot.) gilla, vara förtjust i
    - fancifully
    - fancy dress
    - take a fancy to
    - take one's fancy

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  • 523 fantasy

    n. fantasi; fantasteri, illusion; fantasi
    v. fantisera, föreställa sig
    * * *
    plural - fantasies; noun
    (an imaginary (especially not realistic) scene, story etc: He was always having fantasies about becoming rich and famous; ( also adjective) He lived in a fantasy world.) fantasi
    - fantastically

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  • 524 fatality

    n. ödesbestämndhet; dödlighet; dödsolycka; katastrof; öde
    * * *
    - plural fatalities - noun ((an accident causing) death: fatalities on the roads.) dödsolycka

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  • 525 feeling

    adj. känslig; själfull; känslosam; känslofull
    n. känsla; känsel; förnimmelse; medkänsla
    * * *
    1) (power and ability to feel: I have no feeling in my little finger.) känsel
    2) (something that one feels physically: a feeling of great pain.) känsla, förnimmelse
    3) ((usually in plural) something that one feels in one's mind: His angry words hurt my feelings; a feeling of happiness.) känsla, känslor
    4) (an impression or belief: I have a feeling that the work is too hard.) känsla
    5) (affection: He has no feeling for her now.) känslor
    6) (emotion: He spoke with great feeling.) känsla

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  • 526 felony

    n. grovt brott, förbrytelse
    * * *
    plural - felonies; noun (a serious crime: He committed a felony.) grovt brott

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  • 527 festivity

    n. festlighet, festlig tilldragelse; gladlynthet
    * * *
    - plural festivities - noun (a celebration: Come and join in the festivities.)

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  • 528 fiasco

    n. fiasko, misslyckande, skam, nedfall
    * * *
    plural - fiascos; noun
    (a complete failure: The party was a fiasco.)

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  • 529 filly

    n. ungsto; flicksnärta, jäntunge
    * * *
    plural - fillies; noun
    (a young female horse.)

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  • 530 finance

    n. tillgång; finans
    v. finansiera, skaffa kapital till; göra finansoperationer
    * * *
    1. noun
    1) ((the study or management of) money affairs: He is an expert in finance.) ekonomi
    2) ((often in plural) the money one has to spend: The government is worried about the state of the country's finances.) ekonomi, finanser
    2. verb
    (to give money for (a plan, business etc): Will the company finance your trip abroad?) finansiera
    - financially
    - financier

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  • 531 flamingo

    n. flamingo (sorts fågel)
    * * *
    plural - flamingo(e)s; noun
    (a type of long-legged wading bird, pink or bright red in colour.) flamingo

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  • 532 flat

    adj. flat, platt; punkterad (hjul); absolut; (ligga) raklång; utsträckt; smaklös; monoton; sänkt en halv ton (musik)
    adv. horisontellt; helt och hållet; absolut; rättframt; exakt; räntefri
    n. lägenhet; plan; slätt; punktering; ton med förtecken, halvt tonsteg nedåt
    * * *
    [flæt] 1. adjective
    1) (level; without rise or fall: a flat surface.) flat, flack, platt
    2) (dull; without interest: She spent a very flat weekend.) tråkig
    3) ((of something said, decided etc) definite; emphatic: a flat denial.) uttrycklig, blankt []
    4) ((of a tyre) not inflated, having lost most of its air: His car had a flat tyre.) punkterad
    5) ((of drinks) no longer fizzy: flat lemonade; ( also adverb) My beer has gone flat.) avslagen
    6) (slightly lower than a musical note should be: That last note was flat; ( also adverb) The choir went very flat.) för låg[]
    2. adverb
    (stretched out: She was lying flat on her back.) platt, utsträckt
    3. noun
    1) ((American apartment) a set of rooms on one floor, with kitchen and bathroom, in a larger building or block: Do you live in a house or a flat?) lägenhet
    2) ((in musical notation) a sign (♭) which makes a note a semitone lower.) b-förtecken, halvt tonsteg nedåt
    3) (a level, even part: the flat of her hand.) platt föremål, []flata
    4) ((usually in plural) an area of flat land, especially beside the sea, a river etc: mud flats.) flackt land, låglänt mark
    - flatten
    - flat rate
    - flat out

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  • 533 folio

    n. foliopapper; pappersark; bok i folioformat
    * * *
    plural - folios; noun
    1) (a sheet of paper folded once.)
    2) (a book in which the pages are made of sheets of paper folded once: Shakespeare's plays were first printed in folio.)

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  • 534 folly

    n. dåraktighet; tokeri, galenskap
    * * *
    plural - follies; noun
    (foolishness: the follies of youth.) dårskap, tokeri

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  • 535 foot

    n. fot; fot (längdmått); fot (botten, nederdel); fotända; fotmarginal (på sida)
    v. gå till fots, traska; betala kalaset (slang); svinga sig i dansen; förfota (strumpa), sticka vid
    * * *
    plural - feet; noun
    1) (the part of the leg on which a person or animal stands or walks: My feet are very sore from walking so far.) fot
    2) (the lower part of anything: at the foot of the hill.) fot, nederdel
    3) ((plural often foot; often abbreviated to ft when written) a measure of length equal to twelve inches (30.48 cm): He is five feet/foot six inches tall; a four-foot wall.) fot
    - football
    - foothill
    - foothold
    - footlight
    - footman
    - footmark
    - footnote
    - footpath
    - footprint
    - footsore
    - footstep
    - footwear
    - follow in someone's footsteps
    - foot the bill
    - on foot
    - put one's foot down
    - put one's foot in it

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  • 536 footman

    n. betjänt, lakej
    * * *
    plural - footmen; noun (a male servant wearing a uniform: The footman opened the door.) betjänt, lakej

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  • 537 foreman

    n. förman; ordförande i jury
    * * *
    plural - foremen; noun
    (the supervisor or leader of a group, especially of workmen or a jury: The foreman here is in charge of twenty workmen.) förman

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  • 538 forgery

    n. förfalskning
    * * *
    plural - forgeries; noun
    1) ((the crime of) copying pictures, documents, signatures etc and pretending they are genuine: He was sent to prison for forgery.) urkundsförfalskning, förfalskningsbrott
    2) (a picture, document etc copied for this reason: The painting was a forgery.) förfalskning

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  • 539 foundry

    n. gjuteri, järnbruk; gjutning, gjutarkonst; gjutgods
    * * *
    plural - foundries; noun
    (a place where metal or glass is formed by melting and pouring into moulds.) gjuteri

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  • 540 fox

    n. räv; rävskinn; slug person
    v. lura; förbrylla (slang)
    * * *
    [foks] 1. plural - foxes; noun
    (a type of reddish-brown wild animal which looks like a dog.) räv
    2. adjective
    fox-fur.) räv-
    3. verb
    (to puzzle or confuse: She was completely foxed.) lura, förbrylla
    - foxhound
    - fox terrier

    English-Swedish dictionary > fox

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