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all. I a., pron. & adv. 1 Uile, go léir, iomlán, ar fad. a (With noun or pronoun expressed) All Ireland, Éire uile, go huile. All day, i rith an lae go léir. All men, an uile dhuine. All the others, an chuid, an mhuintir, eile ar fad. She, of all people . . ., ise, thar dhuine ar bith . . . During all his life, i rith a shaoil. All the way, ar feadh an bhealaigh. For all his wealth..., d'ainneoin a chuid saibhris . . . With all speed, chomh luath is is féidir; le luas lasrach. At all hours, moch mall, go moch is go mall. You are not as ill as all that, níl tú chomh tinn sin amach. (With antecedent) Is that all the money you have? an é sin a bhfuil d'airgead agat? The best one of all those which I bought, an ceann is fearr dar cheannaigh mé. b (Of pers.) All of us, sinn uile; an t-iomlán againn. All together, an t-iomlán in éineacht. (With antecedent) I spoke to all the people who were there, labhair mé lena raibh (de dhaoine) ann. c We all love him, tá grá againn uile air. I know it all, (i) tá a fhios sin uile agam; (ii) (of poem, etc.) tá sé uile agam. Take it all, beir leat an t-iomlán. Games: We are five all, táimid a cúig araon; a cúig ar gach taobh. d neut.All is lost, tá deireadh caillte. For all that he says, ainneoin a ndeireann sé. That's all, sin uile é. Is that all? (i) an é sin uile é? sin a bhfuil?; (ii) Iron: níor dhada beagán. If that is all (the difficulty), mura bhfuil ann ach sin. All’s well, tá gach uile shórt ceart. S.a. WELL3 II. 2. When all is said and done, tar éis an tsaoil. 2 a Once for all, aon uair amháin agus an uair dheireanach. For all I know, ar feadh a bhfuil a fhios agam; go bhfios dom. For all I care, ar scáth a gcuireann sé de bhuaireamh ormsa. S.a. FOR I. 9. Twenty men in all, fiche fear, líon a slua. b Most of all, os cionn gach uile ní. (The) best of all would be to . . ., ba é an rud ab fhearr. . . S.a. FIRST III. 1. c   At all. (i) Did you speak at all, ar labhair tú focal ar bith? Do you know him at all? an bhfuil aon aithne agat air? Are you ill? Not at all! an bhfuil tú breoite? nílim ná breoite. Nothing at all, rud ar bith, aon rud. I don't know at all, níl a fhios agam faoin spéir; níl a fhios agam dubh ná bán. (ii) If he comes at all, má thagann sé ar chor ar bith. If you are at all anxious, má tá (bhíonn) imní dá laghad ort. If there is any wind at all, má tá (bhíonn) smid ar bith gaoithe ann. d   All but It is all but impossible, ar éigean is féidir é. I all but fell, dóbair dom titim. It is all but finished, tá sé ionann is críochnaithe. He all but kissed me, ní raibh ann ach nár phóg sé mé. e All in all, gach rud leis an rud eile; tríd an bpíosa. They were all in all to each other, ní raibh ann ach iad. He imagines that he is all and all to the business, sileann sé gurb é féin bun agus barr an ghnó. f F: And all, agus an chuid eile uile. 3 adv. He is all alone, níl baistíoch aige ach é féin. She was (dressed) all in black, bhí éadach dubh ó bhonn go baithis uirthi. His hands were all mud, bhí a lámha faoi lathacha uile. She is all impatience, tá sí lán le mífhoighne. He is not all bad, ní drochdhuine ar fad é. All the better, the worse, is amhlaidh is fearr, is measa, é. You are all the better for it, is fearrde thú é. The hour came all too soon, róluath a tháinig an t-am. All at once, (i) (suddenly) go tobann; (ii) (at one time) in éineacht. II   all, s. Iomlán m. My all, mo chuid den saol. He staked his all, chuir sé a raibh ar an saol aige i ngeall (air). He lost his little all, chaill sé cibé pinginí beaga a bhí aige.
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