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EXACT MATCHES IN FOCLÓIR GAEILGE—BÉARLA
éirigh amach, v.i. 1. (a) Rise out, go on an outing, take the air. Ba cheart duit éirí amach corruair, you should go out now and again. Níor ~ sé amach le fada, he hasn’t left the house this long time. (b) Get abroad. D’~ an scéal amach (go), the story got abroad (that). 2. Rise in revolt (in aghaidh, i gcoinne, in éadan, against).
PHRASES IN FOCLÓIR GAEILGE—BÉARLA
Tá sé éirithe amach ón g~, he has gone off his rocker.
~ amach, outing, pleasure-trip; first visit of bride to old home; muster, levy; up-rising, insurrection, revolt.
Níl ~ uirthi éirí amach ag na páistí, she can’t go out on account of the children.
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