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EXACT MATCHES IN ENGLISH—IRISH DICTIONARY
neck, s. 1 a Muineál m -íl. F: I am up to my neck in work, tá seacht gcúraimí an tsléibhe orm. She flung her arms round his neck, rug sí barróg ar mhuineál air. He broke his neck, briseadh a mhuineál. To break the neck of the task, poll a chur san obair. P: He got it in the neck, fuair sé i mbun na cluaise é. Rac: He won by a neck, ghnóthaigh sé d'fhad a mhuiníl. They finished neck and neck, gob ar ghob a bhíodar ag teacht isteach dóibh. Neck and crop, in aon áladh amháin; idir chorp agus anam. It is neck or nothing, tá an t-iomlán i ngeall air; beifear beirthe nó caillte leis. b Cu: Muineál (caoireola). c Muineál (culaithe). High neck, muineál ard. Low neck, muineál íseal. 2 a Scóig f, scrogall m (buidéil); caolán m (píopa); caolas m (abhann, cuain). b Cuing f, caol m (talún, veidhlín).
PHRASES IN ENGLISH—IRISH DICTIONARY
He gripped him by the back of the neck, rug sé i ngreim cainc mhuiníl air.
It was a break-neck path, bhí briseadh muiníl air mar bhealach.
He went off at a break-neck pace, d'imigh sé le luas lasrach.
Crick in the neck, claon m adhairte; luí m cam.
She fell upon his neck, chaith sí a dhá láimh timpeall ar a mhuineál.
To fling one's arms round s.o.'s neck, barróg a bhreith ar mhuineál ar dhuine.
Cost: High neck, muineál ard.
High-necked dress, gúna ardmhuineálach.
It will be a millstone round his neck all his life, beidh sé ina cloch bhrón faoina mhuineál i rith a shaoil.
The nape of the neck, baic f an mhuiníl.
Bull-necked, a bhfuil muineál tairbh air.
Short-necked, gearrmhuineálach.
Square-necked, (gúna) faoi mhuineál cearnach.
V-necked, (gúna) faoi mhuineál píceach.
Shirt open at the neck, léine faoi mhuineál oscailte.
A rick in the neck, claon m adhairt.
The scrag of the neck, cúl an mhuiníl
To screw s.o.'s neck, an scrogall a chasadh ag duine.
To seize him by the scruff of the neck, greim cúl muiníl a bhreith air.
Dressm: V neck, muineál píceach.
F: He hung a weight round his own neck, chuir sé cloch bhró faoina mhuineál féin.
Wrick in the neck, claon m adhairt.
To wring a bird's neck, muineál éin a chasadh.
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