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nip1, s. 1 Líomóg f, miotóg f, priocadh m. To give s.o. a nip, duine a phriocadh; miotóg a bhaint as duine. 2 Faobhar m, doigh f, goin f (fuachta, seaca). There is a nip in the air, tá bearradh fuar air.
nip2 . I v.tr. 1 Brúim. He nipped his fingers, bhrúigh sé a mhéar; rugadh ar a mhéar. Aut: To nip the inner tube, priocadh a chur sa lamhnán. Nau: To nip a cable, cábla a fhostú i scroig. 2 Hort: Scoithim, teascaim (torthaí). F: To nip sth. in the bud, rud a mharú san ubh. 3 (Of cold) a Cuireann eanglach i (méara), b Dónn (bachlóga). Frost-nipped, dóite ag an sioc. II   nip, v.i. Nip round to the shop, sciurd anonn, rith leat, chun an tsiopa. To nip in and out of the traffic, éalú amach is isteach idir na carranna.
nip3, s. A nip of brandy, smiolagadán m branda. Take a nip, ól fídeog, braon, smeathán.
nip4, v.i. Blaisim den bhraon.
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