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EXACT MATCHES IN ENGLISH—IRISH DICTIONARY
guilty, a. Ciontach. a Guilty of theft, ciontach i ngadaíocht. The guilty person, an ciontach; an coirpeach. Jur: To plead guilty, an choir a admháil. To plead not guilty, an choir a shéanadh. To find s.o. guilty, not guilty, duine a fháil ciontach, neamhchiontach. He was found guilty, fuarthas, tugadh, ciontach é. b Guilty conscience, coinsias ciontach. Guilty look, féachaint chiontach.   guiltily, adv. Go ciontach, etc.
PHRASES IN ENGLISH—IRISH DICTIONARY
Pred: To adjudge s.o. (to be) guilty, duine a fhágáil ciontach.
To bring s.o. in guilty, duine a theilgean.
He confessed himself (to be) guilty, d'admhaigh sé go raibh sé ciontach.
pred. To declare s.o. guilty, duine a chiontú, a fhógairt ciontach.
To find s.o. guilty, breith chiontach a thabhairt ar dhuine.
The judge found him guilty, thug an breitheamh ciontach é.
I hope I am not guilty of an intrusion, tá súil agam nach bhfuilim ag cur isteach oraibh (ort).
Guilty in a less degree, ciontach ar chóir is lú.
Guilty of, ciontach i.
Plea of guilty, pléadáil chiontach.
He pleaded guilty, phléadáil sé ciontach; d'admhaigh sé go raibh sé ciontach.
He pleaded not guilty, phléadáil sé neamhchiontach; shéan sé nach raibh sé ciontach.
Jur: Prisoner was returned guilty, tugadh an príosúnach ciontach.
Rightly or wrongly, I think he is guilty, measaim go bhfuil sé ciontach, bíodh an ceart agam nó ná bíodh.
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