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EXACT MATCHES IN FOCLÓIR GAEILGE—BÉARLA
bris ar, v.t. & i. Break, take from. Bhris, ~eadh, ar an bhfoighne aige, he lost patience. Má bhriseann ar do shláinte, if your health fails. Nuair a bhristear ar chruach, when a stack is opened. Ná ~ ar an taisce sin, don’t take anything out of that deposit.
PHRASES IN FOCLÓIR GAEILGE—BÉARLA
Beir air ~ ná bris é, catch it but don’t break it.
Ar briseadh é? Was it broken?
~ a dhéanamh ar dhuine, to bring loss (of money, property,) on s.o.
~eadh an bád ar na carraigeacha, the boat was smashed against the rocks.
Bearna, poll, a bhriseadh ar rud, to make a gap, a hole, in sth.
Cath a bhriseadh ar arm, to defeat an army in battle.
Ná bí ag ~eadh isteach ar mo chuid cainte, don’t be interrupting me.
Bhí cuma bhriste air, he looked crestfallen.
~ a bhriseadh ar arm, to defeat an army in battle.
~ a bhriseadh ar namhaid, to put an enemy to rout.
Tá briste ar an bh~ aige, he has lost patience.
Gur briseadh faoi dheireadh ar na geasa, until at last the spells were broken.
Briseadh teastais air é, it is a blot on his good name.
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