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PHRASES IN ENGLISH—IRISH DICTIONARY
He has the advantage of youth, tá buntáiste aige de thairbhe óige.
Away with you! tóg ort! Gread leat!
Take a step back, tóg coiscéim ar gcúl.
P: Beat it! tóg ort! gread!
The committee needs new blood, teastaíonn daoine óga ón gcoiste.
F: In the bloom of youth, i mbláth na hóige.
In the first blush of youth, i dtús na hóige.
F: Bouncing lass, preabaire mná óige.
When I was a boy, nuair a bhí mé óg.
Boys will be boys, caithfidh an óige a seal a thabhairt; ní féidir ceann críonna a chur ar ghuaillí óga.
This brings me back to my childhood, cuireann seo laethanta m'óige i gcuimhne dhom.
To bring out a young girl, cailín óg a chur in aithne don phobal.
Whale-calf, míol mór óg.
Elephant-calf, eilifint m óg.
Callow youth, an óige gan chiall, gan eolas.
It carried me back to the days of my youth, thug sé m'óige ar ais chugam.
Spring chicken, sicín óg.
Keep cool! breá réidh! tóg bog é!
The young couple, an lánúin óg.
In his earliest youth, i bhfíorthús a óige.
It is early in the night yet, tá sé óg san oíche fós.
Exception was taken to his youth, cuireadh ina choinne mar gheall ar a óige.
Not so fast! tóg bog é! go réidh!
F: To be in the flower of one's youth, bheith i mbláth na hóige.
Forgive this whim of mine, ná tóg orm an spadhar seo.
Forgive me (for it), ná bí ina dhiaidh orm, ná tóg orm é.
The rising generation, an t-aos óg.
Get out (of here)! tóg ort!
A grown-up girl, cailín óg.
Marriageable girl, cailín óg; cailín inphósta.
The glow of youth, díograis na hóige.
Is he a young man? -- He is, an fear óg é? -- Sea.
Heat of youth, díograis f na hóige.
In the heyday of youth, i mbláth na hóige.
Hold up your head, tóg do cheann.
F: Hop off! tóg ort!
Don't hurry, tóg d'am; beir ar do dheifir.
To see your youth in imagination, d'óige a athshamhlú duit féin.
A peculiarity in young people, tréith ar leith de chuid na hóige.
This instinct is instanced in young children, léirítear an nádúr sin i bpáistí óga.
He is my junior by three years, is óige é de thrí bliana ná mé; tá sé trí bliana níos óige ná mé.
John FitzGerald, Junior (abbr. Jun)., Seán óg Mac Gearailt.
Juvenile books, leabhair don aos óg.
He took (on) a new lease of life, bhí sé ina fhear óg arís; rinne fear nua de.
F: Take it or leave it, tóg leat é nó fág i do dhiaidh é.
Take as much as you like, tóg a bhfuil uait.
He looks young for his age, tá cuma na hóige air dá aois.
Master John, Sean Óg.
He is younger than me, is óige é ná mise.
Childhood memories, cuimhne na hóige.
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