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EXACT MATCHES IN ENGLISH—IRISH DICTIONARY
food, s. a Bia m, beatha f. To offer s.o. food, bia, greim lena ithe, a thairiscint do dhuine. Food and clothing, bia agus éadach. Plain food, bia gan anlann. Hotel where the food is good, teach (aíochta) maith bia. To be off one's food, an goile a bheith caillte agat. Food-stuffs, articles of food, earraí mpl bia. Food products, déantúis mpl bia. Food value, fónamh m mar bhia. Archeol: Food vessel, soitheach m bia. b Physiol: Complete food, cothú iomlán. Toil: Skin food, cothú m craicinn. c Husb: Bia m, beatha f (ainmhithe, cearc, etc.). d Mental, intellectual, food, cothú m intleachta. To give s.o. food for thought, ábhar machnaimh a thabhairt do dhuine.
PHRASES IN ENGLISH—IRISH DICTIONARY
To buy food against the winter, bia a cheannach faoi choinne an gheimhridh.
Allowance of food, ciondáil f bia.
To assimilate food, bia a asamhlú.
(Inferior) Bad food, drochbhia m.
Food that binds the bowels, bia stolptha.
To bring up one's food, cur amach, teilgean.
Reduced to destitution in food and clothing, gan blas bia ná tointe éadaigh.
The food disagreed with him, luigh an bia air.
He does with very little food, tagann sé le beagán beatha.
Food and drink, bia agus deoch.
Eagerness for food (battle, etc.), flosc chun bia (catha, etc.).
He fell upon his food, luigh sé isteach ar a bhéile (le hairc).
Food for a week, lón seachtaine.
To force food on s.o., bia a chur siar, a thathaint, ar dhuine.
Glutted with food, palctha le bia.
To keep s.o. going in food, bia a choimeád le duine.
To go without food, troscadh; déanamh gan bia.
Husb: Green food, green meat, beatha ghlas; barraí glasa.
He grumbles about the food, bíonn sé ag fáil cámais ar an mbia.
Heavy food, bia tromchroíoch.
Insubstantial food, bia gan chothú.
For lack of food, d'uireasa m bia, de cheal bia.
He loathes the food, tá col aige leis an mbia.
He is off his food, níl aon dúil ina bhéile aige.
At once a food and a drink, bia agus deoch le chéile, in éineacht.
To order in food supplies, lón bia a chur isteach.
He is particular about his food, tá sé nósúil, éisealach, faoina chuid bia.
Pernickety about one's food, éisealach, nósúil, faoi do bhia.
F: To pick (at) one's food, bheith ag piocadradh ar an mbia.
To pinch s.o. for food, ocras a thabhairt do dhuine.
Plain food, bia coitianta.
Preserved food, bia leasaithe.
To regale s.o. with food and drink, bia agus deoch a dháileadh ar dhuine.
His food has no relish for him, ní fhaigheann sé aon bhlas ar an mbia.
I found a few remnants of food, tháinig mé ar chúpla grabhróg, sprúdar éigin, bia.
Rich food, (i) bia saibhir; (ii) bia blasta.
We had run out of food, bhí ár gcuid bia caite,
Food that satisfies, bia ina bhfuil cothú, sásamh.
To serve food, (i) bia a chur ar bord; (ii) bia a riaradh.
To serve up food, bia a chur ar bord.
To set food on the table, bia a chur ar bord.
Food that sets up irritation, bia a dhéanann adhaint ar an ngoile.
Food shortage, gorta m.
This food sits heavy on the stomach, luíonn an bia seo ar an ngoile.
To skimp s.o. in food, a chuid a chumadh le duine.
To skimp the food, tarraingt caol ar an mbia.
Solid food, bia tirim.
Some food, greim m bia.
To stuff a child with food, forlíonadh a dhéanamh ar pháiste le bia.
Substantial food, bia scamhardach.
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