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EXACT MATCHES IN ENGLISH—IRISH DICTIONARY
thrust1, s. 1 a Sonc m, turraing f. b m. Thrust and parry, sá agus cosc. F: A shrewd thrust, goineog chliste. 2 a Arch: Mec: m. b Geol: m (talún).
thrust2, 1 v.tr. a Sacaim, sáim. He thrust his hands into his pockets, bhuail sé a dhá láimh síos ina phócaí. To thrust a knife into s.o.'s back, scian a shá sa droim ag duine. b She thrust herself upon him, bhrúigh sí air, bhí sí ag brú cógais air. c He thrust his way through the crowd, bhrúigh sé a shlí tríd an slua. He thrust past me, bhrúigh sé tharam. 2 v.i. To thrust at s.o., iarraidh sháite a thabhairt ar dhuine.
PHRASES IN ENGLISH—IRISH DICTIONARY
Thrust bearing, imthaca teanntála.
That was a home-thrust, chuaigh an focal úd sa bheo (aige, etc.).
To thrust sth. down s.o.'s throat, rud a shá siar i gcraos duine.
To thrust oneself forward, tú féin a shá chun tosaigh.
He thrust out his head, sháigh sé a cheann amach.
To thrust out one's tongue, do theanga a chur amach.
To thrust out one's hand, do lámh a shíneadh amach.
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