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trying could be a grammatical form of: try »
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EXACT MATCHES IN ENGLISH—IRISH DICTIONARY
trying1, a. 1 Duamhar, doiligh. A trying position, cruachás m. 2 Piolóideach, ciapach, cráite. 3 Trying light, solas atá dian ar na súile.
trying2, s. 1 Féachaint f -ana, triail f -ach, tástáil f, promhadh m. 2 Jur: Triail f.
RELATED MATCHES IN ENGLISH—IRISH DICTIONARY
PHRASES IN ENGLISH—IRISH DICTIONARY
He is trying to keep body and soul together, tá sé ag iarraidh greim a bhéil a bhaint amach.
I was trying to catch his eye, bhí mé ag iarraidh a umhail a tharraingt orm.
I was trying to fight off a cold, bhí mé ag iarraidh gan ligean don slaghdán greim a fháil orm.
He is trying to be funny, is dóigh leis gur mór an seó é.
I was trying to make myself heard, bhí mé ag iarraidh labhairt sa chaoi go gcloisfí mé.
He is trying to make out that she is richer than she is, tá sé ag iarraidh a rá go bhfuil sí níos saibhre ná mar atá sí.
Trying to make ends meet, ag iarraidh cuid a chur le costas,
I don't mind trying, ní miste liom féachaint leis.
Trying-plane, réphlána m.
It's no use trying it on with me, ní chuirfidh tú dallach dubh ormsa.
It is well worth trying, is maith is fiú féachaint leis.
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