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Dictionary Swedish English: What time is

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SwedishEnglish
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Vad är klockan?What time is it?
Partial Matches
Vilket datum är det idag?What date is it today?
vad {pron}what
till vadwhat for
varför {adv}what for
vartillwhat for
Vad synd!What a pity!
Vad händer då?What happens then?
Vad heter du?What's your name?
Vad tycker du?What do you think?
Hur är läget?What's up? [Am.] [coll.]
Var finns det ... ?Where is ... ?
ngn./ngt. ärsb./sth. is
Vem är där?Who is there?
ngt. medföljer intesth. is not included
Han mår bra.He is doing well.
Hur mycket kostar det?How much is it?
Jag heter Frank.My name is Frank.
Den där låten är usel! [vard.]That song is terrible!
Det spökar i huset.The house is haunted.
Telefonen ringer.The phone is ringing.
ordspråk Att fela är mänskligt.To err is human.
litt. F Mitt namn är röd [Orhan Pamuk]My Name Is Red
ngt. ingår intesth. is / are not included
ordspråk Blod är tjockare än vatten.Blood is thicker than water.
tid {u}time
det vill sägathat is <id est, i.e.>
det vill säga <d.v.s.>that is to say <i.e.>
ordspråk Allt är inte guld som glimmar.All that glitters is not gold.
idiom Borta bra men hemma bäst.East or West, home is best.
Nöden är uppfinningarnas moder.Necessity is the mother of invention.
ordspråk Tala är silver, tiga är guld.Speech is silver, silence is golden.
Det är inget fel dig.There is nothing wrong with you.
idiom att smida medan järnet är varmtto strike while the iron is hot
varje gång {adv}every time
i tidin time
i tid {adv}on time
tidskrävande {adj}time-consuming
att spendera tidto spend time
att tillbringa tidto spend time
juletid {u} [variantform]Christmas time
jultid {u}Christmas time
leveranstid {u}delivery time
fördubblingstid {u}doubling time
foto. exponeringstid {u}exposure time
fritid {u}free time
sport Unverified halvlek {u}half-time
restid {u}journey time
fritid {u}leisure time
nattetid {u}night-time
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