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EXACT MATCHES IN ENGLISH—IRISH DICTIONARY
able, a. 1 a Cumasach, ábalta, in inmhe. A very able man, fear an-ábalta. Jur: Able in body and mind, slán i gcorp agus in intinn. S.a. SEAMAN 1 b To be able to do sth., bheith in inmhe, in ann, rud a dhéanamh. I am able to do it, tig liom a dhéanamh. Better able to do it, níos fearr chun a dhéanta. Able to pay, in acmhainn íoctha. c Jur: Able to inherit property, dleachtach chun oidhreachta. 2 Able piece of work, obair éifeachtach; obair intleachtach.   ably, adv. Go cumasach; go hábalta.
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PHRASES IN ENGLISH—IRISH DICTIONARY
There wasn't anyone able for him, ní raibh duine ar bith in ann aige.
He was barely able to do it, ní raibh ann ach go raibh sé ar a chumas é a dhéanamh.
Able-bodied, urrúnta.
It is a great convenience to be able to . . ., is mór an áis, an gar, a bheith in ann ...
He was not able to disguise his opinions, ní raibh sé in ann a intinn a cheilt.
She wasn't able to handle him, ní raibh sí in ann aon cheart a bhaint de.
I should like to be able to help you, ba mhaith liom a bheith in ann cabhrú leat.
He is able to look after himself, tá sé in ann aire a thabhairt dó féin.
I'll ask one better able to judge, cuirfidh mé ceist ar dhuine is fearr eolas.
He was able to make his authority respected, bhí sé in ann a údarás a chur i gcion.
He was able to stand up to misfortune, bhí sé in ann cruachan in aghaidh na hanachana.
Rac: He was not able to stay, ní raibh an fhulaingt, an teacht aniar, ann.
He is sparing no trouble in order to be able to come, tá sé ar a dhícheall le go bhféadfaidh sé teacht.
He is barely able to walk, ar éigean atá siúl an bhealaigh ann.
To be willing and able, bheith umhal ábalta.
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