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EXACT MATCHES IN ENGLISH—IRISH DICTIONARY
branch1, s. 1 Craobh f, géag f (crainn). 2 a Gabhal m, géag f (abhann); brainse m (de bhóthar). b Géag f (de theaghlach). c Brainse m (de shiopa).
branch2, v.i. 1 (Of plants) Cuireann géaga uaidh. To branch (out) (of an organisation), spré, leathnú. 2 (Of roads, etc.) To branch off, imeacht(from, ó).
RELATED MATCHES IN ENGLISH—IRISH DICTIONARY
PHRASES IN ENGLISH—IRISH DICTIONARY
Branch bank, ballbhanc m.
A branching road, fobhóthar m.
To break a branch from a tree, craobh a scoitheadh, a bhaint, de chrann.
Branch canal, craobhchanáil.
The branch flew back, léim an ghéag ar ais.
To lop away, lop off, a branch, géag a scoitheadh, a theascadh.
F: To hold out the olive-branch, síocháin a thairiscint.
Coast pilot, in-shore pilot, branch-pilot, píolóta cósta.
To prune (off, away) a branch, craobh a scoitheadh, a theascadh, a sciotadh.
The tree reaches out its branches, tá an crann ag síneadh na ngéag amach uaidh.
Branches scraping against the window, craobhacha ag scríobadh in éadan na fuinneoige.
To shear off a branch, craobh a ghearradh, a theascadh.
To switch a train on to a branch line, traein a aistriú go craobhlíne.
Branch weighed down with fruit, craobh faoi ualach torthaí.
Hyd.E: Y branch, gabhal m.
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