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At tage nogen ved næsen

Literally it means: To grap somebody by the nose Explanation: To cheat somebody. Want to learn Danish? Click for more information... Or click here and book your first trial lesson!

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Han har en kæp i øret!

Literally it means: He has a stick in the ear! Explanation: He is drunk. Want to learn Danish? Click for more information... Or click here and book your first trial lesson!

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At føle sig som en fisk i vandet!

Literally it means: To feel like a fish in the water! Explanation: When you are in an environment or situation, where it really works for you, when you really feel good. Want to learn Danish? Click for more information... Or click here and book your first trial lesson!

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Det vil jeg blæse på

Literally it means: I will blow at that Explanation: I don't care...or...it is not important. Want to learn Danish? Click for more information... Or click here and book your first trial lesson!

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At have et skelet i skabet

Literally it means: To have a skeleton in the closet Explanation: When you have something unpleasant in your past that you are trying to forget or trying to hide. Want to learn Danish? Click for more information... Or click here and book your first trial lesson!

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At have en lille fjer på

Literally it means: To wear a little feather Explanation: Could be said about a person who has been drinking a little alcohol. Want to learn Danish? Click for more information... Or click here and book your first trial lesson!

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Alle veje fører til Rom

Literally it means: All roads lead to Rome Explanation: The same result can be achieved in many ways. Want to learn Danish? Click for more information... Or click here and book your first trial lesson!

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En heldig kartoffel

Literally it means: A lucky potato Explanation: A lucky person. Want to learn Danish? Click for more information... Or click here and book your first trial lesson!

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At bide i det sure æble

Literally it means: To bite in the sour apple Explanation: To do something you really don't want to. Want to learn Danish? Click for more information... Or click here and book your first trial lesson!

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At slå koldt vand i blodet

Literally it means: To mix the blood with cold water Explanation: To hesitate, to reconsider, before you do something or make a decision. Want to learn Danish? Click for more information... Or click here and book your first trial lesson!

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