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chóir could be a grammatical form of: cóir » · cór »
EXACT MATCHES IN FOCLÓIR GAEILGE—BÉARLA
chóir = cóir2.
RELATED MATCHES IN FOCLÓIR GAEILGE—BÉARLA
PHRASES IN FOCLÓIR GAEILGE—BÉARLA
A chóir, near.
Gar, deas, do bhaile; de chóir ~, near home; near at hand.
A bhean chóir, chléibh, my dear woman.
~ é ba chóir dom a rá? What should I say, have said?
Ba chóir dó ciall a bheith aige feasta ~, he is old enough now to have sense.
An chóir a dhéanamh, to do what is just, proper.
Rinne sé an chóir liom, he acted fairly towards me.
Tá a chóir de gach uile rud aige, he has his fair share, enough, of everything.
Dá mbeadh a chóir den bhia aige, if he had enough to eat.
Níor ith sé ach a chóir, he ate no more than his share, his fill.
Lena chóir (féin) a thabhairt dó, to give him his due.
Níl rud ar bith gan a chóir féin, everything needs proper attention.
Níl mé ar mo chóir féin inniu, I don’t feel right, things are not going right with me, today.
A chóir éadaigh, his rig-out.
Ach an chóir cheart a bheith agat, provided one has, had, the right equipment.
Bhí an chóir linn, we had a following wind.
Is maith an chóir an ciúnas, a calm is better than a gale.
De chóir, a chóir, chóir, near.
De chóir baile, na cathrach, near home, the city.
Fan de mo chóir, stay near me.
Ná gabh de chóir na tine, don’t go near the fire.
(De) chóir (a bheith), nearly.
Tá sé (de) chóir a bheith déanta, chóir déanta, it is nearly done.
An bhfuil tú réidh? Chóir a bheith. Are you ready? Almost.
Caint chóir, proper, decent, speech.
Bhí a bhean chóir leis, his good lady accompanied him.
A dhuine chóir! My dear man!
A bhean chóir! My dear lady!
Ba chóir duit labhairt leis, you ought to speak to him.
Ba chóir go mbeadh ciall aige, he ought to have sense.
Nár chóir go n-éistfeá liom? Why won’t you listen to me?
Ba chóir a rá (go), it should be mentioned (that).
An chonair chóir, the path of righteousness.
An chóir agus an chontráil, favourable and unfavourable wind, weather, conditions.
Bhí an chóir agus an chontráil ag teacht trasna ar a chéile orm, I was unable to take advantage of the favourable conditions; I was at cross purposes with myself.
~ a dhéanamh le duine, to do less than justice to s.o.
~ a chur ar dhuine, to provide poor accommodation for s.o.
Ar ~, poorly provided for, on poor fare.
A dhuine chóir, my good fellow, my dear sir.
Ba chóir go mbeadh siad anseo ~, am ar bith ~, they ought to be here by now, at any time now.
~ cúis chóir, without just cause.
Tú féin a ghlanadh ó chúis, ó chóir, to clear oneself of an accusation, of an offence.
Fear a ghnáthaigh an chóir, a man who practised just dealing.
~ an chóir leo, act justly towards them.
Nár chóir go mbeadh ~ ionat? Can’t you be pleasant?
Ba chóir go bhfuair siad ~ ón tubaiste sin, that tragedy should serve as a revelation, should be a clear warning, to them.
Nár chóir go dtostfá tamall? I wish you would stop talking for a while.
Is maith a thuig sé nár chóir dó sin a dhéanamh, he knew well that he shouldn’t have done that.
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