Translation for 'What' from English to Norwegian
hva {pron}what
Hæ? [uform.]What?
2 Words: Others
hvorfor {adv}what for
Hvordan kan det forklares?What gives? [coll.]
Hvordan står det til?What's cracking? [Aus.] [sl.]
Hva skjer? [uform.]What's up? [Am.] [coll.]
Hvordan står det til?What's up? [Am.] [coll.]
Hva skjer'a? [uform.]What's up? [Am.] [coll.]
3 Words: Others
Det var synd!What a pity!
For et syn!What a sight!
Hvordan står det til?What about ya? [Northern Irish] [sl.]
Hva i helvete? [uform.]What the hell? [coll.]
Hva er i veien?What's the matter?
Hva handler dette om?What's this about?
Hva heter du?What's your name?
Vet du hva?You know what? [coll.]
4 Words: Others
For en/et ... !What a/an ... !
Hva kan jeg gjøre?What can I do?
Hvorfor bryr du deg? [uform.]What do you care? [coll.]
Hva vedkommer det deg? [uform.]What do you care? [coll.]
Hva tror du?What do you think?
Hva mener du?What do you think?
Hva har du gjort?What have you done?
Hva i all verden ...!What on earth ...!
Hva er klokka?What time is it?
Hva feiler det deg?What's wrong with you?
4 Words: Verbs
å få det som man vilto get what one wants
unverified å ha det som trengsto have what it takes
unverified å finne ut hva suss out out what...
5+ Words: Others
Bare tullprat!What a lot (load) of rubbish! [coll.]
Hva skal det være?What can I do for you?
Hvilken dato er det i dag?What date is it today?
Hva synes du om ... ?What do you think about ... ?
Hva synes du om meg?What do you think of me?
unverified hva må til for å ...?what does it take to ...?
Hvilken nytte ville det være?What good would it do?
Hva har han/hun gjort med deg?What has he/she done to you?
Hva i all verden ...!What in the world ...!
Hva vil du drikke?What would you like to drink?
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Translation for 'What' from English to Norwegian

hva {pron}
Hæ? [uform.]

what for
hvorfor {adv}
What gives? [coll.]
Hvordan kan det forklares?
What's cracking? [Aus.] [sl.]
Hvordan står det til?
What's up? [Am.] [coll.]
Hva skjer? [uform.]

Hvordan står det til?

Hva skjer'a? [uform.]

What a pity!
Det var synd!
What a sight!
For et syn!
What about ya? [Northern Irish] [sl.]
Hvordan står det til?
What the hell? [coll.]
Hva i helvete? [uform.]
What's the matter?
Hva er i veien?
What's this about?
Hva handler dette om?
What's your name?
Hva heter du?
You know what? [coll.]
Vet du hva?

What a/an ... !
For en/et ... !
What can I do?
Hva kan jeg gjøre?
What do you care? [coll.]
Hvorfor bryr du deg? [uform.]

Hva vedkommer det deg? [uform.]
What do you think?
Hva tror du?

Hva mener du?
What have you done?
Hva har du gjort?
What on earth ...!
Hva i all verden ...!
What time is it?
Hva er klokka?
What's wrong with you?
Hva feiler det deg?

to get what one wants
å få det som man vil
to have what it takes
unverified å ha det som trengs
to suss out out what...
unverified å finne ut hva som...

What a lot (load) of rubbish! [coll.]
Bare tullprat!
What can I do for you?
Hva skal det være?
What date is it today?
Hvilken dato er det i dag?
What do you think about ... ?
Hva synes du om ... ?
What do you think of me?
Hva synes du om meg?
what does it take to ...?
unverified hva må til for å ...?
What good would it do?
Hvilken nytte ville det være?
What has he/she done to you?
Hva har han/hun gjort med deg?
What in the world ...!
Hva i all verden ...!
What would you like to drink?
Hva vil du drikke?
Usage Examples English
  • 8. Continuity is a strong harbinger of reputation, a fact that rests on the unity between what you promise, what people expect and what you deliver.
  • Who seeks more than he needs, hinders himself from enjoying what he has. Seek what you need and give up what you need not. For in giving up what you don't need, you'll learn what you really do need.
  • Verow once explained in an interview "we really need to concentrate on what makes us unique, what makes us interesting and what makes us dangerous".
  • Some mythemes and cultural belief systems that are explored through myths about kings include: what is the source of the king's power, what is the training he must go through, what tests of courage does he pass, what are the battles he must fight, and what are the effects of taking power.
  • A SQL-based query reporting language enables users to build and run reports to answer questions about the information they have modeled, such as what business processes are related to what organizational goals, what applications are used to perform what business processes, what business processes operate on what data entities, what user has modified what information on what date, and so forth.

  • In 1956, a committee led by Benjamin Bloom published an influential taxonomy with three domains of learning: cognitive (what one knows or thinks), psychomotor (what one does, physically) and affective (what one feels, or what attitudes one has).
  • Remember that these statements are in relation to arguments about what most people accept is the case, as in all of Topics.
  • Dungy challenged men to answer six questions: What's my game plan?
  • The game provides some optional "what if?" rules: What if Custer's force had been armed with Gatling guns or field artillery?
  • The practice of dopamine fasting is not clearly defined in what it entails, on what technologies, with what frequency it should be done, or how it is supposed to work.

  • Lev Vygotsky described the zone of proximal development (ZPD) as a space between what a person knows (an action that can be performed easily) and what a person doesn't know (what is considered difficult).
  • “I wanted to run away but there was a voice in the back of my head saying, ‘But what if, what if, what if’.
  • It is not entirely clear what features of the "schizophrenics" Bleuler referred to belonged to what we consider schizophrenia today, and what proportion were caused by what we consider autism.
  • It was there that he first identified the simple relationship which exists between what “WAS” (historical perspective), what “IS” (positivist thinking) and what “OUGHT TO BE” (normative thinking).
  • "The point of WAT is not what Laibach is, or what it wants, but what you are and where you stand".

  • The balance of this book maps out what might be done about the problems described earlier. This is divided into two parts: what anyone can do now and what requires help from lawmakers.
  • And what can make you know what is the Crusher?
  • Thus, every day visitors could see what was offered, in what quantities and at what prices.
  • The following sections will answer some fundamental questions about Traffic Measurement, such as: What should be measured; when should it be measured; what assumptions are made; and what errors can occur?
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