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EXACT MATCHES IN FOCLÓIR GAEILGE—BÉARLA
machaire, m. (gs. ~, pl. -rí).1. Plain. Machairí na tíre, the level parts of the country. An M~ Láir, the Central Plain. Thug sé an ~ air féin, he took to the open country; he went out into the open air. Caith amach ar an ~ é, throw it out in the open. 2. Stretch of level ground; links, course. ~ gailf, golf-course. ~ ráis, race-course. 3. (a) Field. ~ an chatha, an áir, the field of battle, of slaughter. Dul ar mhachaire an dúshláin le duine, to fight s.o. in the open. D’fhág siad an ~ fúinn, they left the field to us. (b)Lit: Battle. ~ a thabhairt, a iarraidh, to give, seek, battle. (Var:f, pl. ~acha)
PHRASES IN FOCLÓIR GAEILGE—BÉARLA
Fad amhairc de mhachaire, a vast plain.
Ar cnoc nó ar machaire, on hill or plain.
Ar láthair, ar mhachaire, an dúshláin, on the scene, the field, of challenge, of battle.
Machaire ~, broad plain.
~ machaire, oirbheartaíochta, traenála, field, tactical, training, exercise.
Ar ghlan an mhachaire, an bhóthair, on the open plain, road.
~ machaire, field-gun.
(Ar) ~ an urláir, an bhóthair, an mhachaire, na farraige, (on) the open floor, road, plain, sea.
Talamh, machaire, ~, smooth land, plain.
Thar ~ machaire, mara, over the wide plain, sea.
~ ceantair, machaire, district, field, hospital.
An namhaid a thiomáint den mhachaire, to drive the enemy from the field.
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