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EXACT MATCHES IN ENGLISH—IRISH DICTIONARY
wise1, a. 1 Eagnaí; críonna, gaoismhear. The seven wise men, na seacht saoithe, an mórsheisear saoi. The Wise Men of the East, na Trí Ríthe (ón Oirthear). P: A wise man, fear feasa. He would be a wise man that could tell, is críonna an té a déarfadh. To grow wise(r), (i) dul in eagna; (ii) ciall cheannaithe a fháil. S.a. SAD 1, WORD1 1. 2 a To look wise, dealramh na tuisceana a chur ort féin. b He is none the wiser (for that), níl sé a dhath níos eolaí lena linn sin. To do sth. without anyone being the wiser, rud a dhéanamh gan fhios don saol. You did the wise thing, rinne tú an chríonnacht. c F: He got wise to the truth, fuair sé fios na fírinne. Put me wise about it, cuir ar an eolas mé faoi.   wisely, adv. Go heagnaí, etc.
wise2, s. Nós m, caoi f. In that wise, ar an aiste sin, ar an dóigh sin. In no wise, ar bhealach ar bith. In no wise upset, gan a dhath mairge ort. In some wise, ar dhóigh, bhealach, éigin. The letter ran in this wise, seo é a bhí sa litir.
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PHRASES IN ENGLISH—IRISH DICTIONARY
Wise after the event, tar éis a tuigtear gach beart.
On this wise, ar an gcaoi seo.
Penny-wise and pound-foolish, tíos na pingine agus cur amú na scillinge.
A word to the wise is sufficient, tuigeann fear léinn leathfhocal; is leor nod don eolach.
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