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PHRASES IN FOCLÓIR GAEILGE—BÉARLA
~ báis, díotála, capital, indictable, offence.
~ in aghaidh Dé, an dlí, an duine, an offence against God, the law, the person.
~ a admháil, to admit an offence, a charge.
Coir, cúis, chrochta, hanging offence, case.
Duine a dhaoradh i gcoir, to convict s.o. of an offence.
Duine a dhíotáil (i gcoir), to indict s.o. (for an offence).
Tá an bainne, an brachán, ~e, the harm is done, offence has been given.
~ a ghlacadh le rud, to take offence at sth.
Tú féin a ghlanadh ó chúis, ó chóir, to clear oneself of an accusation, of an offence.
Cúisíodh i gcoir é, he was charged with an offence.
Ná fág coir gan iomardú, let no offence go unchallenged.
Coir a ~an ar dhuine, to impute an offence to s.o.
A cion i leith an linbh, her offence regarding the child.
~ a dhéanamh i gcoir, i bpeaca, to make atonement for an offence, for sin.
Coir a mhaitheamh, to pardon an offence.
Maolú ar choir, to extenuate an offence.
Bhí sé ~ sa choir, he was a party to the offence.
~ ar choir, innocent of an offence.
~ i gcoir, satisfaction for an offence.
Chuir mo chuid cainte ~ air, he took offence at what I said.
Coir ~, heinous offence.
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