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EXACT MATCHES IN FOCLÓIR GAEILGE—BÉARLA
crích, ~e :críoch1.
PHRASES IN FOCLÓIR GAEILGE—BÉARLA
~ i gcrích, ó chrích, success, failure (of project).
crích) Rud a chur i gcrích, to complete, accomplish, sth.
Do bheart a chur i gcrích, to achieve one’s purpose; to finish one’s job.
Cuir do ghnóthaí i gcrích, put your affairs in order.
Chuir siad an margadh i gcrích, they closed the bargain.
Chuir sé a chlann i gcrích, he settled his family.
Tá triúr iníonacha aige le cur i gcrích, he has three daughters to marry off.
An rud a bhí sé a chur i gcrích, what he was set to accomplish.
Tá an obair i gcrích aige, he has completed the work.
Tháinig sé i gcrích, chun críche, it came to pass.
Tá an scéim ag teacht i gcrích, the scheme is coming to fruition.
Do bheatha a thabhairt i gcrích, to gain one’s livelihood.
Duine a chur ó chrích, to ruin the prospects of s.o.
Chuir sé an saol ó chrích air féin, he ruined his prospects in life.
Chuir siad an scéim ó chrích, they wrecked the scheme.
Cailín a chur ó chrích, to ruin, seduce, a girl.
Tá sí ag dul ó chrích, her prospects of marriage are fading.
Duine gan chrích, aimless person.
~ i gcrích, impossible to achieve.
I bhfeidhm, i gcrích, in operation, completed.
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