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EXACT MATCHES IN FOCLÓIR GAEILGE—BÉARLA
caith ar, v.t. 1. Throw on. ~ ar an tine é, throw it on the fire. ~ ort (do chuid éadaigh), throw on your clothes. Chaith siad amhras ar an scéal, they cast doubt on the story. Bhí sí á ~eamh féin air, she was throwing herself at him. 2. Afflict. Tá rud éigin ag ~eamh air, there is sth. the matter with him. Tá sé ag ~eamh ar mo ghoile, it is affecting my stomach. Tá na scoilteacha ag ~eamh air, he is troubled with rheumatism. Cad é tá ag ~eamh ort? What’s bothering you? 3. Speak ill of. Ná bí í gcónaí ag ~eamh ar do chomharsana, don’t be forever speaking ill of your neighbours.
PHRASES IN FOCLÓIR GAEILGE—BÉARLA
Tá cuma chaite orthu, they look worn.
Ag caitheamh, tabhairt, ~ (ar), censuring, reproving.
Caith ort go ~, get into your clothes at once.
Bhí caitheamh is ~ acu air, they attacked and reviled him.
~ amach, ar an urlár, ar fud na háite, thrown out, on the floor, all over the place.
Bíonn siad ag ~eamh anuas orm, they speak slightingly of me, belittle me.
~ suas ar an lochta é, throw it up on the loft.
Ná ~ thú féin suas air, don’t throw yourself at his head.
Rud atá ar ~, sth. that is being worn.
Níl ~ (ar bith) ort é a dhéanamh, you are not compelled to do it.
Cé a chuirfeadh an ~ orm? Who would compel me?
Beidh ~ ina dhiaidh ort, you will regret it.
Tá rud éigin ag cur caite air, there is sth. troubling him.
Bhí ~ is cáineadh acu air, they were casting aspersions on him.
Ag caitheamh ~ ar a chéile, throwing burs at each other.
Bhí an bád caite ina ~ ar an trá, the boat was cast as a hulk on the strand.
Caith amach ar an ~ é, throw it out in the open.
Caith in airde ar ~ sceab chucu é, throw it up and let them scramble for it.
Tá ~ a caite ar do chasóg, your coat shows signs of wear and tear.
Ag caitheamh ~e orainn, casting aspersions on us.
Ag caitheamh ~ salach ar dhuine, vilifying s.o.
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