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EXACT MATCHES IN ENGLISH—IRISH DICTIONARY
toll1, s. 1 a Cáin bhealaigh, dola m. Town toll, dola m cathrach. b Airgead m aonaigh. 2 Rent takes heavy toll of my income, is mór an bhris ar mo theacht isteach an cíos. The toll of the roads, an méid a mharaítear ar na bóithre.
toll2, s. Cling f (cloig).
toll3 . 1 v.tr. Bainim cling as (clog); bainim (clog). Abs.To toll for the dead, an clog a bhualadh i gcuimhne na marbh. To toll s.o.'s death, clog báis duine a bhualadh. 2 v.i. (Of bell) Buaileann, clingeann, baineann.
PHRASES IN ENGLISH—IRISH DICTIONARY
To toll the knell, cling a bhaint.
PHRASES IN ENGLISH—IRISH DICTIONARY
To bore through sth., tolladh trí rud.
Min: To bore for water, minerals, tolladh d'uisce, do mhianach.
In a deep voice, de ghlór toll.
His voice echoes through the halls, is toll torannach a ghlór ar fud an halla.
It sounds hollow, tá glór toll aige, uaidh.
It sounds hollow, tá glór toll aige.
F: To put this and that together, an scéal a chur i dtoll a chéile.
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