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-cheannach could be a grammatical form of: ceannach »
EXACT MATCHES IN FOCLÓIR GAEILGE—BÉARLA
-cheannach, suff. -headed.
PHRASES IN FOCLÓIR GAEILGE—BÉARLA
Tá sé in ~, is ~ dó, teach a cheannach, he can afford to buy a house.
Bhí sé ag iarraidh é a cheannach ~ gan mórán airgid aige, he was trying to buy it although he had little money.
Rud a cheannach ar athláimh, to buy sth. second-hand.
Rud a cheannach ar ~, to buy sth. at a sale of second-hand goods.
Níor chlú gan cheannach é, the reputation was well-earned.
Rud a cheannach do dhuine, to buy sth. for s.o.
~ a cheannach, to buy a bad article.
~, ~í, a cheannach, a dhíol, to buy, sell, goods.
~ earraí a cheannach, a thabhairt abhaile, to buy, to bring home, a large supply of goods.
Le bia a cheannach, in order to buy food.
Rud a cheannach ina mhórchodanna, to buy sth. in large quantities.
~ i mála (a cheannach), (to buy) a pig in a poke.
Nithe a cheannach, to buy things.
Rud a fháil, a thógáil, a cheannach, a mhealladh, a ghoid, ó dhuine, to get, take, buy, entice, steal, sth. from s.o.
Ba shaoire dom é a cheannach, it would be cheaper for me to buy it.
~ a cheannach, to buy land.
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