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EXACT MATCHES IN FOCLÓIR GAEILGE—BÉARLA
éirigh ar, v.i. 1. Rise on. Ag éirí ar bharr toinne, rising on the top of a wave. Tá an abhainn ag éirí ar na hísleáin, the river is rising over the low grounds. Tá siad ag éirí thuas, in airde, orm, they are riding roughshod over me. D’~ sé ar a chos chlé, he rose on his left foot; he got out of bed on the wrong side. S.a. cos 1. 2. Rise in intensity. D’~ ar an stoirm, the storm increased. Ag éirí air atá, it is getting worse. D’~ air go raibh sé as a mheabhair ar fad, he became more and more enraged until he lost his senses completely.
PHRASES IN FOCLÓIR GAEILGE—BÉARLA
~ ar éirigh mé ar maidin, when I got up in the morning.
Ar éirí dom, when I get, got, up.
Tá lúcháir orm gur éirigh leat, I am glad you succeeded.
D’éirigh sé sa bhéal orm, he abused me to my face.
Tá na páistí ag éirí sa bhéal orm, the children are clamouring at me.
Bheith, éirí, ~a ar, le, rud, to be, to get, accustomed to sth.
D’éirigh ~ air, it blistered.
D’éirigh ~ air chugam, he got his dander up against me.
Tháinig, d’éirigh, ~ air, he bristled, became angry.
Tá ~ ar an iasc, the fish are rising.
~ slí a dhéanamh ar dhuine, to waylay s.o.; to rob, cheat, s.o.
Ag éirí dom ar maidin, when I get up in the morning.
D’~ an t-éan ar eiteog, the bird rose on the wing.
D’~ sé ceanúil orthu, he got fond of them.
D’fhógair mé air éirí as, I warned him to stop it.
Bhí sé ag éirí ~ orm, I was running short of it.
Níl ~ uirthi éirí amach ag na páistí, she can’t go out on account of the children.
Thug sé ~ ar éirí, he made as if to get up.
Tá na páistí ag éirí in ~ orm, the children are going beyond my control.
D’éirigh sé ar a ~, he raised himself on one elbow.
~ gan éirí air, aige! The devil take him!
Éirí ar ~, to get up in the morning.
Tá siad ag éirí sa mhullach orainn, they are getting on top of us, getting beyond our control.
D’éirigh an ~ ar fud an halla, pandemonium broke loose in the hall.
~ éirí ar maidin, before getting up in the morning.
Bhí ~ air gur éirigh leis, he was delighted that he succeeded.
Bhí a shliocht orthu, d’éirigh an saol leo, the result was apparent, they got on well in life.
~ n-éiríonn siad ar maidin, before they get up in the morning.
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