1. adjective
1) (without light: a dark room; It's getting dark; the dark (= not cheerful) side.) mørk
2) (blackish or closer to black than white: a dark red colour; a dark (= not very white or fair) complexion; Her hair is dark.) mørk
3) (evil and usually secret: dark deeds; a dark secret.) mørk, dyster; hemmelig
2. noun
(absence of light: in the dark; afraid of the dark; He never goes out after dark; We are in the dark (= we have no knowledge) about what is happening.) mørke
- darkness
- keep it dark
subst. \/dɑːk\/
1) mørke
2) mørk farge, mørkt parti
3) (overført) uvitenhet, uvisshet
after dark etter mørkets frembrudd
a shot\/stab in the dark et skudd i blinde
at dark i skumringen
be afraid of the dark være mørkredd
before dark før mørkets frembrudd
be in the dark about være uvitende om
adj. \/dɑːk\/
1) mørk
dark glasses
mørke (sol)briller
dark weather
mørkt vær
it is getting dark
det begynner å skumre \/ det begynner å bli mørkt
she has a dark voice
hun har mørk stemme
2) (brukt i sammensetninger) mørke-
dark blue
3) (overført) mørk, svart, dyster, skummel
dark prospects
mørke utsikter
4) (overført) dunkel, fordekt, dyp, hemmelig, hemmelighetsfull
a dark passage in the text
he kept the news dark
han holdt nyheten hemmelig
dark oblivion
dyp glemsel
5) (gammeldags, om person) svevende i uvitenhet, famlende i mørke, uopplyst
a dark secret en vel bevart hemmelighet
dark deeds mørkets gjerninger
keep dark (hverdagslig) holde seg gjemt
keep dark about (hverdagslig) holde tett med
the dark side (overført) nattesiden, skyggesiden

English-Norwegian dictionary. 2013.


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