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  • 601 industry

    n. industri; arbetsamhet, flit
    * * *
    plural - industries; noun
    1) ((any part of) the business of producing or making goods: the ship-building industry; The government should invest more money in industry.) industri
    2) (hard work or effort: He owed his success to both ability and industry.) flit, strävsamhet
    - industrialist
    - industrialized
    - industrialised
    - industrialization
    - industrialisation
    - industrious
    - industrial estate
    - industrial relations

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  • 602 infirmary

    n. sjukhus; sjukrum; apotek
    * * *
    plural - infirmaries; noun (a name given to some hospitals.)

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  • 603 infirmity

    n. skröplighet, ålderdomssvaghet; svaghet, osäkerhet, vacklan; krämpor, skavanker; moralisk defekt, fel
    * * *
    plural - infirmities; noun (weakness or illness.)

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  • 604 iniquity

    n. orättfärdighet, orättvisa
    * * *
    plural - iniquities; noun
    ((an act of) wickedness.)

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  • 605 injury

    n. slag; sår; skada; oförrätt
    * * *
    plural - injuries; noun ((an instance of) harm or damage: Badly designed chairs can cause injury to the spine; The motorcyclist received severe injuries in the crash.)

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  • 606 inquiry

    n. förfrågning
    * * *
    , enquiry - plural inquiries, enquiries - noun
    1) ((an act of) asking or investigating: His inquiries led him to her hotel; ( also adjective) All questions will be dealt with at the inquiry desk.)
    2) (an investigation: An inquiry is being held into her disappearance.)

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  • 607 instruction

    n. instruktion, undervisning; föreskrift; vägledning
    * * *
    1) (the act of instructing (especially in a school subject or a skill) or the process of being instructed: She sometimes gives instruction in gymnastics.) undervisning, handledning
    2) (an order or direction: You must learn to obey instructions.) föreskrift, förhållningsorder
    3) ((in plural) (a book etc giving) directions, eg about the use of a machine etc: Could I look at the instructions, please?) bruksanvisning

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  • 608 intermediary

    adj. förmedlande, mellanliggande; mellan-
    n. förmedlare, mellanhand; mellansteg; mellanliggande
    * * *
    plural - intermediaries; noun
    (a person who takes messages from one person to another in a dispute etc, especially in order to settle the dispute.)

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  • 609 intestine

    n. inälvor, tarmar
    * * *
    ((often in plural) the lower part of the food passage in man and animals.) tarmar, inälvor

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  • 610 intricacy

    n. invecklad beskaffenhet; krånglighet; trassel, virrvarr
    * * *
    plural - intricacies; noun

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  • 611 irony

    n. spydighet, retsamhet, ironi
    * * *
    plural - ironies; noun
    1) (a form of deliberate mockery in which one says the opposite of what is obviously true.)
    2) (seeming mockery in a situation, words etc: The irony of the situation was that he stole the money which she had already planned to give him.)
    - ironic
    - ironically

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  • 612 jaw

    n. käke; käftar, gap; käftande, snack (slang)
    v. gaffla, snacka; skvallra; skälla ut
    * * *
    1) (either of the two bones of the mouth in which the teeth are set: the upper/lower jaw; His jaw was broken in the fight.) käke
    2) ((in plural) the mouth (especially of an animal): The crocodile's jaws opened wide.) käft[], gap

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  • 613 jelly

    n. gelé
    * * *
    plural - jellies; noun
    1) (the juice of fruit boiled with sugar until it is firm, used like jam, or served with meat.) gelé
    2) (a transparent, smooth food, usually fruit-flavoured: I've made raspberry jelly for the party.) []kräm
    3) (any jelly-like substance: Frogs' eggs are enclosed in a kind of jelly.) gelé
    4) ((American) same as jam I.)

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  • 614 jetty

    n. pir; vågbrytare; brygga
    * * *
    plural - jetties; noun
    (a small pier for use as a landing-place.) []brygga, kaj

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  • 615 jubilation

    n. jubel; segerrop; fest
    * * *
    noun ((sometimes in plural) (triumphant) rejoicing: There was great jubilation over the victory; The jubilations went on till midnight.)

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  • 616 juice

    n. juice; saft; vätska, essens; vitalitet; bensin, soppa (slang); ström, el (slang)
    v. pressa ut fruktjuice från (slang)
    * * *
    1) (the liquid part of fruits or vegetables: She squeezed the juice out of the orange; tomato juice.) saft, juice
    2) ((often in plural) the fluid contained in meat: Roasting meat in tin foil helps to preserve the juices.) saft
    3) ((in plural) fluid contained in the organs of the body, eg to help digestion: digestive/gastric juices.) []saft
    - juiciness

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  • 617 jury

    n. juryledamot; tävlingsjury
    * * *
    plural - juries; noun
    1) (a group of people legally selected to hear a case and to decide what are the facts, eg whether or not a prisoner accused of a crime is guilty: The verdict of the jury was that the prisoner was guilty of the crime.) jury
    2) (a group of judges for a competition, contest etc: The jury recorded their votes for the song contest.) jury
    - juryman

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  • 618 kangaroo

    n. känguru (sorts pungdjur från Australien)
    * * *
    plural - kangaroos; noun
    (a type of large Australian animal with very long hind legs and great power of leaping, the female of which carries her young in a pouch on the front of her body.) känguru

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  • 619 kennel

    n. kennel; håla; hundkoja; kyffe
    v. bo i en hundkoja (kennel, lya); hålla (stänga in) i en hundkoja; hysa in på en kennel (hundgård); bo i ett kyffe (ruckel)
    * * *
    1) (a type of small hut for a dog.) hundkoja
    2) ((usually in plural) a place where dogs can be looked after.) kennel

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  • 620 kilogram(me)

    (often abbreviated to kilo ['ki:lou] - plural kilos) noun
    (a unit of weight equal to 1,000 gram(me)s.) kilogram

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