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alvarlega — badly, gravely, seriously, severely - tafarlaust — in a flash, in a jiffy, in a second, in a trice, in no time, instantaneously, instantly, in two shakes, outright - auka-, umfram-, viðbótar- — additional, extra, other - áður, forðum, fyrr, fyrrum — antecedently, before, formerly, previously - kaup — purchase - innkaup, innkaupaferð, vörur — shopping - succession, taking over - dispossession, expropriation - grant, subsidisation, subsidization - nÿlega, undanfarið — late, lately, latterly, of late, recently - á alþjóðavísu — internationally - leiga — letting, letting out, rental, renting, renting out - dómari, gerðardómsmaður — arbiter, arbitrator, judge, referee, umpire - hafnbann, viðskiptabann — embargo, trade embargo, trade stoppage - critical - alls staðar, út um allan heim — comprehensively, globally, universally - greiðanlegur, sem fellur í gjalddaga — collectable, collectible, payable - hefja sig til flugs, lyftast, stíga — climb, go up, rise - accrue - gagn, gagnslaus, til einskis — avail, for nothing, futilely, ineffectually, in vain, to no effect, to no purpose, unavailingly, unsuccessfully, vainly - sparnaður — economy, saving - framsal — extradition - framkvæmd, frávísun, lausn, uppsögn — discharge, dismissal, dismission, firing, liberation, release, sack, sacking - cancellation - block, freeze, immobilise, immobilize - ókeypis — complimentarily, for free, for nothing, free, free of charge, gratis, gratuitously - estimated - pay cut, salary cut - velferðarríki — welfare state - eyðing, rÿrnun — depletion - deduction, discount, price reduction - grievously - samsöfnun — accrual, accruement, accumulation - impoverishment, poorness, poverty - cap, ceiling, roof - plantekra — plantation - verð — damage, price, terms - nÿlendustefna — colonialism - neocolonialism - lífeyrisþegi — pensionary, pensioner - atonement, expiation, satisfaction - víkka — branch out, broaden, diversify - labor, labour, toil - alvarlegur, hættulegur, mikilvægur — dangerous, grave, grievous, life-threatening, serious, severe - fraud - close - indexation - Malthus, Thomas Malthus, Thomas Robert Malthus - breeding - capitalisation, capitalization - sem verður samstundis, tafarlaus — immediate, instant, instantaneous - úthlutun — allocation, allotment, apportioning, apportionment, assignation, assignment, award, conferment, grant, parceling, parcelling - reallocation, reallotment, reapportionment - new deal - rationing - hluti, partur — grist, parcel, portion, share - líknarstarfsemi, mannúð — charity, humanitarianism, philanthropic gift, philanthropy - framkvæmd, viðskipti — dealing, dealings, transaction - international affairs, world affairs - transfer, transference - undirbúningur og frágangur afsalsgjörninga — conveyance, conveyance of title, conveyancing, conveying - delivery, legal transfer, livery - bailment, deposit, payment into court - lease-lend, lend-lease - borgun — defrayal, defrayment, payment - compensatory spending, deficit spending, pump priming - leyfi — approval, go-ahead, license, permission, permit - get back, win back - collectivisation, collectivization - protect - aid, economic aid, financial aid - atvinna — employment, engagement - herútboð, liðsöfnun — mobilisation, mobilization - decentralisation, decentralization, devolution - endurgjaldslaus, gefins, ókeypis — complimentary, costless, free, gratis, gratuitous, groundless - afrakstursmikill, frjósamur — productive, prolific - árangurslaus — abortive, bootless, fruitless, futile, sleeveless, unfruitful, vain - nominal - auðugur, ríkur, vel/illa staddur, velmegandi — affluent, badly, flush, loaded, moneyed, wealthy, well off - mátulegur, nægilegur — comfortable, easy, prosperous, well-fixed, well-heeled, well-off, well-situated, well-to-do - badly-off, poor - broke, bust, flat broke, skint, stone-broke, stony-broke - blásnauður, nauðstaddur, þurfandi — destitute, impecunious, impoverished, indigent, necessitous, needy, poverty-stricken - auralaus, blankur, í kröggum — hard up, impecunious, in straitened circumstances, penniless, penurious, pinched - flytjast búferlum — remove, transfer - gefa, lyfta, skrifa — contribute, put up - greiða fyrirfram — prepay - bæta fyrir, bæta upp — compensate, indemnify, recompense, repair - borga, greiða — pay - gera upp skuld — ante up, pay, pay up - pay - bæta, gera upp við, greiða bætur — compensate, make it up, make up, pay, pay off - lose, turn a loss - liggja, stefna, sveigja — bear, pay, yield - bjóða í — bid, make a bid, make an offer, offer, tender - leggja inn — bank, deposit - fá að láni — borrow - give - prefer - ráða — employ, engage, hire, take on - collectivise, collectivize - declare - innrita sig, skrá — enrol, enroll, enter, inscribe, recruit - hagfræðilegur — economic, economical - ergonomic - byproduct, by-product, child company, corporate restructuring spin-out, independent spin-off, independent spin-off company, restructuring spin-out, spinoff, spin off, spin-off, spinoff business, spin-off business, spinoff company, spin-off company, spinoff enterprise, spin-off enterprise, spinoff firm, spin-off firm, spin-off venture company, spin out, spin-out, swarming - Keynesian - facility, installation - afrakstur, framleiðsla — output, outturn, turnout - bátur, geimskip, skip — barge, boat, craft, vessel - sporbraut — streetcar, tram, tramcar, tramway, trolley, trolley car - heildarupphæð, samtala — aggregate, sum, total, totality - commutability, replaceability, substitutability - deficit, shortage, shortfall - pension account, pension plan, retirement account, retirement plan, retirement program, retirement savings account, retirement savings plan - egalitarianism, equalitarianism - Malthusianism, Malthusian theory - monetarism - bioengineering, biotechnology, ergonomics - hagfræði — economics, economic science, political economy - game theory, theory of games - econometrics - supply-side economics - utilitarianism - Maoism - arbitration clause - sérleyfi — charter - Magna Carta, Magna Charta, The Great Charter - einkaleyfi — patent, patent of invention - reikningur, vörureikningur, yfirlit — account, bill, check, invoice - kvittun, viðtökukvittun — bank cash certificate, delivery note, receipt, short-term borrowing - samningur — contract - collective agreement, collective labour agreement, labor agreement, labor contract - contract of employment, employee's statement, employment agreement, employment contract - economic policy - fiscal policy - control - price administration, price control, price maintenance - base, floor - protectionism - samkomulag, samlyndi — agreement, understanding - aðstæður — condition, term - collective bargaining - business cycle, trade cycle - financial institution, financial organisation, financial organization - carrier, common carrier, contract carrier, haulage business, haulage contractor, haulage firm, hauler, haulier, transit company, transport company - blokk, samtök — axis, bloc, block, power bloc - mannafli, starfslið, vinnuafl — employees, hands, labour, manpower, men, workers, workforce, work force - day shift, day watch - stéttar/-verkalÿðsfélag — brotherhood, labor union, trades union, trade union, union - company union, entreprise union - fleet - kapítalismi — capitalism, capitalist economy - industrialism - free enterprise, laissez-faire economy, market economy, private enterprise - state capitalism - International - national socialism, Naziism, Nazism - efnahagslíf, fjármál — economic system, economy - sjóður — foundation - trust company, trust corporation - upplönd — back country, backwoods, boondocks, hinterland, primaeval forest, primeval forest - málamiðlari, milligöngumaður, milliliður — go-between, intercessor, intermediary, intermediator, mediator, middleman - móttökutæki, skiptastjóri, viðtakandi — receiver, recipient - viðtakandi — addressee - bankastjóri — banker - sá sem nÿtur góðs af, styrkþegi — beneficiary, donee - lántakandi — borrower - broker-dealer - skuldunautur — debitor, debtor - dragoman - hagfræðingur — economic expert, economist - finance minister, minister of finance - foreign minister, secretary of state - guarantor, surety, warranter, warrantor - þÿðandi, túlkur — dragoman, interpreter, translator - leaseholder, lessee - Lord Chancellor, Lord High Chancellor - government minister, minister - félagi, meðeigandi — partner - tölfræðingur — actuary, statistician - gjaldkeri, sögumaður — bank clerk, cashier, teller, ticket clerk - gjaldkeri — financial officer, treasurer - V.P., vice-chairman, vice president, vice-president - John Maynard Keynes, Keynes - J. P. Morgan, John Pierpont Morgan, Morgan - crown land, Crown property, demesne of the Crown, national domain, public domain, public land, Royal demesne, state land - drasl, efni, eigur, fasteign, landeign — belongings, holding, property, stuff, substance - personal estate, personal property, personalty, private property - effects, personal effects - dót, föggur, föt — things - immovable, immovable property, real estate, real property, realty - fasteign, jarðareign, landareign, landeign — acres, demesne, estate, land, landed estate, landed property, landholding, landownership, landowning, property, real estate - glebe - lease, letting, rental - common property, public property - jarðareign — land - fé, gjaldmiðill, peningur — money - gross national product, national income - GNP, gross national product, gross national profit - GDP, gross domestic product - aid to the developing countries, foreign aid - aukaarður/-greiðsla/-geta — bonus, incentive - stilling — adjustment, allowance - eyðsla, notkun, útgjöld — expenditure, outgo, outlay, spending - disbursal, disbursement, expense - kostnaður, verð — cost - capital expenditure, capital outlay - borgun — payment - laun, tekjur, þóknun — earnings, pay, remuneration, salary, wage - minimum wage, wage-floor, wage minimum - discount, rebate - skaðabætur — compensation, damage - alimony, maintenance - payola - vextir — interest, stake - reimbursement - gróði, hagnaður, laun — emolument - bætur, skaðabætur, það að skila e-u — amends, damages, indemnification, indemnity, redress, restitution - föst laun, kaup, laun — salary, stipend, wage - prebend - fringe benefit, perk, perquisite - þjónustugjald — backsheesh, baksheesh, bakshis, bakshish, gratuity, pourboire, tip - child support - penalty - cost of living - distribution cost - production cost - price - asking price, offered price, offering price, offer price, sale price, selling price - purchase price - opportunity cost - financial loss - moral hazard - paper gold, special drawing rights - intangible, intangible asset - fjárfestir fjármunir — investment, investment funds - book value - áhætta, áhættufyrirtæki — speculation, venture - security, surety - fyrsta greiðsla, innágreiðsla, innborgun, trygging — deposit, down payment - veð — mortgage - guarantee, guaranty - account, accounting, account statement - fjármunir — cash in hand, finances, fund, funds, monetary resource, pecuniary resource - afborgunarfrestur, lánsviðskipti — credit, deferred payment, part payment, payment on account - deficit - budgetary deficit, budget deficit - limited liability - skuld — debt - domestic debt, national debt, public debt - note, note of hand, promissory note - lán — borrowing, loan, money loan - charge - fundarbók, skrá — record - efnahagsreikningur — balance, balance sheet - balance of international payments, balance of payments - ávísanareikningur, hlaupareikningur — current account - skrá — register - conspicuous consumption - neysla — consumption, economic consumption, usance, use, use of goods and services - eftirspurn — call, demand - economic growth - exponential decay, exponential return - útvegun — supply - competition - account, business relationship - affiliation, association, tie, tie-up - hættuástand — crisis - autarchy, autarky, economic self-sufficiency, self-sufficiency - solvency - insolvency - gjaldþrot — bankruptcy, failure - eignarréttur, það að vera eigandi — ownership - credit crunch, liquidity crisis, squeeze, tightening of money, tight money policy - Great Depression - full employment - velgengni — prosperity - obligation - það að vera skuldugur — financial obligation, indebtedness, liability - debt - ríkidæmi — affluence, opulence, richness - mammon - destitution, indigence, need, neediness, pauperism, pauperization, penury - financial year, fiscal year, trading year - leigusamningur — lease, term of a contract[Domaine]-