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EXACT MATCHES IN ENGLISH—IRISH DICTIONARY
prick1, s. 1 Priocadh m, giobadh m. F: Pricks of conscience, scrupaill choinsiasa. 2 A: Brod m. To kick against the pricks, na sála a bhualadh in aghaidh an bhroid.
prick2, v.tr. 1 a Priocaim, giobaim (rud). F: His conscience pricks him, tá a choinsias ag cur air. b To prick a hole in sth., poillín a chur i rud le bior. To prick (off) a pattern on sth., pátrún a mharcáil le poncanna. 2 To prick off names on a list, ponc a chur le hainmneacha ar liosta. Nau: To prick a bearing (on a chart), treo-uillinn a phointeáil (ar chairt). To prick the chart, an chairt a phointeáil. 3 To prick the horse with the spur, na spoir a thabhairt don chapall.
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PHRASES IN ENGLISH—IRISH DICTIONARY
To prick up one's ears, (i) (of animal) na cluasa a bhiorú; (ii) (of pers.) cluas a chur ort féin.
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