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PHRASES IN ENGLISH—IRISH DICTIONARY
I took him aside, thug mé ar fhód ar leith é.
To bear up against, under, misfortune, an fód a sheasamh in aghaidh na tubaiste; cruachan in aghaidh na hanachaine.
To nail one's colours to the mast, an fód a sheasamh.
That is where he was destined to die, ansin a bhí fód a bháis.
To keep one's end up, an fód a sheasamh.
To face it out, an fód a sheasamh le teann dánachta.
The place where he was fated to die, fód a bháis.
To put up a good fight, an fód a sheasamh go maith.
To be steady under fire, an fód a sheasamh ar aghaidh na bpiléar.
To hold, stand, one's ground, an fód a sheasamh.
To hold one's ground, an fód a sheasamh.
He held out to the end, sheas sé an fód go deireadh.
To keep one's ground, an fód a sheasamh.
I maintain my ground, seasaim an fód.
(Turf, sod, block) of peat, fód m mona.
To remain in possession of the field, an fód a sheasamh.
He died at his post, sheas sé an fód gur maraíodh é.
To speak to s.o. privately, labhairt le duine ar fhód ar leith.
To cut the first sod, an chéad fhód a bhaint.
Sod of turf, fód mona.
One's native soil, an fód dúchais.
Man of no stability, duine luathintinneach, gan fód.
To stand one's ground, an fód a sheasamh.
To stand up to s.o., fód a sheasamh in aghaidh duine.
He stuck to his post, sheas sé an fód.
To stick up to s.o., an fód a sheasamh in aghaidh duine.
A sod of turf; fód m móna.
A turf of peat, fód m móna.
(Of troops) To remain unshaken, an fód a sheasamh.
Yielding ground, fód bog.
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