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PHRASES IN ENGLISH—IRISH DICTIONARY
To achieve a victory, bua a bhreith.
The ayes have it, ag lucht 'bíodh' atá an bua.
(Belong) The battle is to the strong, ag an treis a bhíonn an bua.
To beat s.o. at a game, bua a bhreith ar dhuine i gcluiche, cluiche a chur ar dhuine. S.a. HOLLOW1 II.
Bloodless victory, bua gan mharú.
To break down all opposition, bua a fháil ar gach rud dá bhfuil sa bhealach.
The boy has capabilities, tá buanna ag an stócach, buachaill tréitheach é.
He was carried away by anger, fuair an fhearg bua, an ceann is fearr, air.
It's dogged (as) does it, ní bua go buaine.
The battle was drawn, cath gan bhua a bhí ann.
He was endowed with great talents, bhronn Dia buanna móra air.
Epithet adjective, bua-aidiacht.
I exult over my enemy, maím mo bhua ar mo namhaid.
He has a great faculty for that work, tá bua mór chun na hoibre sin aige.
U.S: To figure on a success, bheith ag brath bua a fháil.
In the first flush of victory, le céad loinne an bhua.
He had a genius for mathematics, bhí bua chun matamaitice aige.
To have a gift for mathematics, bua na matamaitice a bheith agat.
To gloat over a victory, bua a chómhaíomh ar chách.
The victory was hardly won, bua ceannaithe a bhí ann.
Hoped-for victory, an bua a bhfuil (raibh, etc.) súil leis.
Judicial faculty, bua f breithiúnais.
He did justice to his talent, chuir sé a bhua chun sochair.
He was master of the field, bhí bua an chatha leis.
Cards: Master card, cárta bua.
He is modest about his achievements, níl sé mórtasach as a bhua.
Moral victory, bua morálta.
No surrender! bás nó bua!
It has the charm of novelty, tá bua na nuachta aige.
Given equal numbers we should win, ach sinn a bheith ar chomhlíon ba cheart an bua a bheith againn.
To win by force of numbers, bua a bhreith le neart slua.
He was overpowered by numbers, meáchan fear a rug bua air.
F: To bear the palm, an chraobh, an bua, a bhreith leat.
To yield the palm to s.o., an bua, an chraobh, a ligean le duine.
F: Pyrrhic victory, bua Phiorrach.
Resounding success, bua f iomráiteach.
Run away victory, bua caoch.
He won but at a great sacrifice, rug sé bua ach chaill sé go trom leis.
To save the situation, an cás a fhuascailt, bua a bhreith ar an ócáid.
There is much to be said for it, is iomaí bua aige.
That's where he scores, ansin atá an bua aige.
In intelligence he is second to none, le hintleacht níl barr bua ag aon duine air.
To feel secure of victory, bheith cinnte den bhua.
I don't know what you can see in her, níl a fhios agam cén bua a fheiceann tú aici.
(God) send him victorious, go dtuga Dia an bua dó.
Song of victory, duan m bua.
Succession of victories, bua ar mhuin bua.
He suffered defeat, rugadh bua air.
To have a talent for music, bua an cheoil a bheith agat; féith an cheoil a bheith ionat.
He lost his temper, rug an fhearg bua air.
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