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EXACT MATCHES IN ENGLISH—IRISH DICTIONARY
weight1, s. 1 Meáchan m. To sell by weight, díol de réir an mheáchain. Two pounds in weight, dhá phunt meáchain. F: It is worth its weight in gold, is fiú a chothrom féin den ór é. (Of pers.) To lose weight, éirí éadrom. To gain weight, meáchan a chur suas. P: To throw one's weight about, buannaíocht a dhéanamh; bheith ag cur tharat. To pull one's weight, (i) Row: do chion féin den iomramh a dhéanamh; (ii) F: do chion féin a dhéanamh. To try, feel, the weight of sth., meáchan ruda a thriail, a mheas. Specific weight, sainmheáchan. Atomic weight, meáchan adamhach. 2 a Meáchan m, tromán m (copair, etc.). Set of weights, foireann mheáchan. Weights and measures, meáchain agus tomhais. b Letter-weight, paper-weight, tromán litreacha, páipéar. Gym: Heavy weight, cloch f neart. F: He hung a weight round his own neck, chuir sé cloch bhró faoina mhuineál féin. 3 Ualach m. To put a weight on a beam, ualach a chur ar bhíoma. F: That's a weight off my mind, is mór an faoiseamh sin dom. The weight of years, ualach na mblianta. 4 Neart m (buille). Blow with no weight behind it, buille gan teannadh. To put weight into a blow, teannadh a chur le buille. 5 Tábhacht f, treise f. To give weight to an argument, teannadh a chur le hargóint. His word carries weight, tá meas ar a fhocal; tá údarás lena chaint. People of weight, daoine ceannasacha. Of no weight, fánach, gan aird.
weight2, v.tr. 1 Cuirim meáchan, tromán, ar, le (rud); ualaím (rud). 2 Paperm: Tromaím (páipéar).
PHRASES IN ENGLISH—IRISH DICTIONARY
He is six feet in height, twenty years of age, twelve stone weight, tá sé sé throigh ar airde, fiche bliain d'aois, dhá chloch dhéag (meáchain).
He was chucking his weight about, bhí sé ag caitheamh floscaí; bhí sé ag ligean an iomarca cúraim air féin.
Excess weight, meáchan breise.
Box: Fly-weight, cuilmheáchan m.
Full weight, fall measure, meáchan slán; tomhas ceart.
He is gaining in weight, tá sé ag dul i dtroime; tá sé ag éirí trom.
Heavy-weight cloth, éadach trom.
Honest weight, tomhas ceart.
Light weight, meáchan gearr.
Tch: Live weight, beomheáchan m.
He lost weight, d'éadromaigh sé.
Box: Middle weight, meánmheáchan m.
That is a weight off my mind, thug sin faoiseamh intinne dom.
Mec: Power-to-weight ratio, cumhacht de réir aonad maise.
Sp: To put the weight, an meáchan a chaitheamh ón ngualainn.
To put on weight, titim chun meáchain.
Scant weight, meáchan gortach.
To give short weight, meáchan gann a thabhairt (uait).
Troy (weight), meáchan m troí.
Unjust weight, meáchan cam, míchneasta.
The floor yielded under the weight, thug an t-urlár leis an meáchan.
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