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EXACT MATCHES IN ENGLISH—IRISH DICTIONARY
breed1, s. Pór m (daoine, ainmhithe). S.a. CROSS-BREED1, HALF-BREED. Prov: Breed will tell, gach uige mar a hábhar.
breed2 . I v.tr. 1 Póraíonn, síolraíonn (sliocht); tionscnaíonn (drochnós). S.a. FAMILIARITY1 . 2 a To breed cattle, eallach a thógáil. Prov: What is bred in the bone comes out in the flesh, an rud a bheirtear sa chnámh is doiligh a bhaint as an bhfeoil. b He was bred (up) to the law, tugadh foghlaim dlíodóra dó. He had been bred a sailor, le mairnéalacht a cuireadh é i dtús a shaoil. Country-bred, de thógáil na tuaithe. S.a. HALF-BRED, ILL-BRED, PURE BRED. II   breed, v.i. a (Of animals, people) Póraíonn, síolraíonn. b F: (Of opinions, etc.) Spréann.
PHRASES IN ENGLISH—IRISH DICTIONARY
(Good) breeding, dea-mhúineadh. S.a. ILL-BREEDING.
Fancy dog, fancy breed, sainmhadra m, sainphór m.
He was gutter-bred, sa lathach a tógadh é.
Pig breeding, tógáil muc.
Breeding stud, graí f.
To breed true, síolrú de réir cineáil.
Utter want of breeding, gan fios béasa dá laghad.
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