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EXACT MATCHES IN FOCLÓIR GAEILGE—BÉARLA
mianach1, m. (gs. & npl. -aigh, gpl. ~).1. (a) Ore. ~ a bhruithniú, to smelt ore. (b) Mine. ~ guail, coal-mine, colliery. S.a. maide 1 (b).(c)Mil: Mine. ~ talún, landmine. ~ teagmhála, contact mine. ~ a chur, a phléascadh, to lay, explode, a mine. 2. Stuff, material, substance, quality. ~ ruda, the basic material of sth. Tá ~ maith éadaigh ann, it can be made into good cloth. Níl ~ ceart póir iontu, they haven’t the right quality for seeding. ~ duine, the inherent quality of a person. Tá ~ an léinn ann, he has an aptitude for learning. Fear dá mhianach, a man of his calibre. Tá an ~ ceart ann, he has the right stuff in him. (Var:mian2m)
mianach2, a1 = mianúil.
RELATED MATCHES IN FOCLÓIR GAEILGE—BÉARLA
PHRASES IN FOCLÓIR GAEILGE—BÉARLA
Tá an ~ ann, he is mettlesome, spirited.
~ mianach, mining expert.
~ mhianaigh, fire-damp.
Mianach, poll, guail, coal-mine, coal-pit.
~ mianaigh, pit-prop.
Mianach a mheasúnú, to assay ore.
Mianach, braich, a mheilt, to crush ore, malt.
~ mianaigh, crushing of ore.
Mianach a ní, to wash, pan, ore.
Mianach, cairéal, a oibriú, to work a mine, a quarry.
~ mhianaigh, mine explosion.
~ mianaigh, opening of mine-shaft.
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