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EXACT MATCHES IN FOCLÓIR GAEILGE—BÉARLA
lean ar, v.t. & i. Continue; proceed with, persist in. 1. ~ ar do scéal, continue your story. ~ sé ar a láimh, he kept on at what he was doing. Má ~ann tú ar an gcaint sin, if you persist in talking like that. ~úint ar aghaidh, to proceed. ~úint siar ar rud, to hark back to sth. 2. ~ ort (ag caint, le do chuid oibre), continue (talking, with your work). Má ~ann sé air mar seo, if he goes on like this. 3. Bhí siad ag ~úint air dul abhaile, they were urging him to go home. Ní ~faidh mé ort níos mó leis, I will not press you any further with it.
PHRASES IN FOCLÓIR GAEILGE—BÉARLA
Lean ar do láimh, continue with what you are doing.
Lean ort leis an rómhar, carry on with the digging.
~ann sé mé ar fud na háite, he follows me all over the place.
Ar ~, (to be) continued.
Lean siad go ~ orainn, they followed us closely.
Lean sé ar ~ a athar, he followed in his father’s footsteps.
Má leanann sé ar an ~ sin, if he keeps on like that.
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