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EXACT MATCHES IN FOCLÓIR GAEILGE—BÉARLA
tóg ar, v.t. & i. 1. Lift, raise, upon. (a)~ ar do ghualainn é, lift it up on your shoulder. Thóg mé ar a bhoinn é, I lifted him up on his feet. (b)Thóg sí bruth ar an éadach, she raised a nap on the cloth. ~faidh sé bolgáin ar an bpéint, it will cause the paint to blister. 2. (a) Undertake. Lá oibre a thógáil ort féin, to take it on oneself to do a day’s work. Thóg mé orm féin an cás a réiteach, I took it on myself to settle the case. Thóg sí cúram na bpáistí uirthi féin, she undertook the care of the children. (b) Take to. Thóg sé an leaba air féin, he took to his bed. 3. Take in return for. Teach a thógáil ar cíos, to rent a house. Thóg mé ar cairde é, I took it on credit. 4. Accept in return for. An dtógfá punt air? Would you take a pound for it? 5. Blame for. Ná ~ orm é, excuse me for it. Cé a thógfadh ort é? Who would blame you for it? Ní ~tha air é, it is small blame to him. ~ orthu é! It was only to be expected of them. 6. ~ ort! Be off! S.a. tóg 4(b).
PHRASES IN FOCLÓIR GAEILGE—BÉARLA
Tóg ceann ar ~ acu, take any one of them.
Le tógáil ar ~, to be taken fasting.
Ná tóg ~ ar bith dó, pay no attention to him.
Ná tóg orm an ~, pardon my presumption.
Ná ~ go bhfuil fearg orm, don’t get the idea that I am angry.
Tá sé ar ~ sa leaba, he has to be helped to sit up in bed.
~ earraí ar cairde, obtaining goods on credit.
~ paisinéirí ar bord, embarkation of passengers.
Cuireadh ~ air, he was taken up, arrested.
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