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EXACT MATCHES IN ENGLISH—IRISH DICTIONARY
keen1, a. 1 (Of knife, etc.) faobhrach, géar. Keen edge, faobhar m maith. 2 (Of cold, wind) polltach, faobhrach, feanntach. 3 Keen pleasure, an-phléisiúr. Keen appetite, goile géar. Keen satire, aoir fhaobhrach. 4 a Díocasach, cíocrach. He is a keen hurler, tá dúil mhór san iománaíocht aige. As keen as mustard, chomh díbhirceach le beach. He is not keen on it, níl aon dúil aige ann. I am not too keen on it, níl mórán spéise agam ann. b Keen competition, coimhlint ghéar. Keen prices, luachanna scafa. 5 (Súil) ghéar, ghrinn. He has a keen eye for a bargain, tá a fhios aige cá bhfuil a mhargadh. 6 (Of mind) Géarchúiseach, géarintinneach.   keenly, adv. 1. Go díocasach, etc. 2. (Éisteacht) go géar. He is keenly interested in it, tá ard-spéis aige ann.
keen2, s. Caoineadh m -nte.
RELATED MATCHES IN ENGLISH—IRISH DICTIONARY
PHRASES IN ENGLISH—IRISH DICTIONARY
Keen competition, géarchoimhlint.
Knife with a keen edge on it, scian ghéar.
Keen on sth., leata ar; dúilmhear i.
Keen-scented dog, madra géarshrónach.
He has a keen sense of hearing, tá cluas ghéar aige.
He has a keen sense of humour, tá tuiscint mhaith ar an ngreann aige.
He has a keen sense of smell, tá sróin ghéar aige.
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