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athrach could be a grammatical form of: athair »
EXACT MATCHES IN FOCLÓIR GAEILGE—BÉARLA
athrach1, m. (gs. -aigh). 1. Change, alteration. ~ éadaigh, change of clothes. Tá ~ ar an aimsir, there is a change in the weather. Chuir mé ~ beag ar an litriú, I have made minor alterations in the spelling. Tá ~ saoil ann, times have changed. Tá ~ scéil anois aige, now he has a different tale to tell. Tháinig an t-~ ar an ~ (agus tháinig mo chuid féin ormsa de), the times have changed utterly (and I have changed along with them). 2. Alternative. Níl a ~ agam, I have nothing else, nothing instead. Níl a ~ le rá agam, there is nothing else I can say. Tá a ~ le déanamh agam, I have sth. better to do. Tá a ~ de chiall aige (agus gan a bheith ag aithris ortsa), he has more sense (than to do as you do). Ní dhéanfaidh tú ar a ~ de dhóigh é, you will not (be able to) do it in any other way. Ní hé d’~ a rinne é, you are the very person who did it. Níor chleacht mé a ~, I was not accustomed to anything different. Chomh dócha lena ~, as likely as not. (Var: áthrach)
athrach2 : athair2.
RELATED MATCHES IN FOCLÓIR GAEILGE—BÉARLA
PHRASES IN FOCLÓIR GAEILGE—BÉARLA
Athrach, malairt, aeir, change of air.
D’~ sé a chóta, he became a turncoat.
Níor ~ tú ó chonaic mé go deireanach thú, you haven’t changed since I saw you last.
Is mór a d’~ an tír, the country has changed a lot.
Murar athraigh sé ~a, unless he has changed his ways.
~ dócha lena athrach, as likely as not.
Chuir an bia, an t-athrach, ~ air, the food, the change, put him in good shape.
Chomh ~ lena athrach, as likely as not.
Dheamhan d’athrach a rinne é, it was none other than you who did it.
Chomh ~ lena athrach, as likely as not.
Ní h~ dó a athrach, a mhalairt, he knows no better.
D’fhóir an bia, an t-athrach, dúinn, the food, the change, agreed with us.
Tá an t-athrach ag ~áil go maith dó, the change agrees with him.
Níor ~ mé a athrach, I said nothing to the contrary.
D’athraigh sí a h~, she changed her mind.
Chomh ~ lena athrach, as often as not.
D’athraigh siad go ~, they have changed greatly.
D’athraigh sé a phort, he changed his tune.
D’athraigh an ghaoth de ~, the wind changed suddenly.
Tharraing sé athrach scéil air féin, he changed the subject.
Chuaigh an t-athrach go maith duit, the change suited you well.
Athrach, buille, ~, sudden change, blow.
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