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EXACT MATCHES IN FOCLÓIR GAEILGE—BÉARLA
arán, m. (gs. -áin).1. Bread. ~ cruithneachta, coirce, wheaten, oaten, bread. ~ plúir, flour bread; home-made bread. ~ bán, geal, white bread; baker’s bread. ~ donn, rua, brown bread. ~ mine cruithneachta, (flour) bread containing a mixture of wheaten meal. ~ buí, mine buí, bread containing a mixture of Indian meal. ~ cuiríní, rísíní, sinséir, currant-, raisin-, ginger-, bread. ~ prátaí, potato cake. ~ tur, dry bread. Ár n-~ laethúil, our daily bread. B:Na cúig ~, the five loaves. Tá a chuid aráin ite, it is all up with him. Ní bhíonn cuimhne ar an ~ a itear, past favours are soon forgotten. Tá sé in ~ crua, he is in dire straits. 2. Bot:~ glas, wall pennywort.
PHRASES IN FOCLÓIR GAEILGE—BÉARLA
Thug mé arán dó ach níor mhian leis a ithe, I gave him bread but he did not want to eat it.
~í aráin agus fíona, accidents of bread and wine.
An bhfuil ~ ghreim aráin agat? Have you a bite of, any, bread?
(Beo) ar arán, ar a shaothrú, ar an déirc, (living) on bread, on his earnings, on charity.
Arán, im, baile, home-made bread, butter.
~ greim as an arán, toit as do phíopa, take a bite of the bread, a smoke of your pipe.
Ar bheagán aráin, short of bread.
Cuir ~ ime ar an arán, put a taste of butter on the bread.
Arán a bhealú, to butter bread.
Bheith ~ ar arán, ar obair, to live on bread, by work.
~ aráin, páipéir, bit of bread, of paper.
~ aráin, cake of (home-made) bread.
2. ~ (aráin), brick-shaped loaf.
Arán ~, crisp bread, shortbread.
Bean chomh maith is a bhris arán riamh, as hospitable a woman as ever lived.
Arán a bhruith san oigheann, to bake bread in the oven.
~ aráin, scraps of bread.
~ aráin, hunk of bread.
Arán ~, whole-meal bread.
~ aráin, feola, hunk of bread, of meat.
~ aráin, mine rois, mustaird, bread, linseed-meal, mustard, poultice.
~ aráin, éadaigh, fuála, bread-, clothes-, work-, basket.
~ aráin choirce, oatcake.
~ aráin, chunk of bread.
~ aráin, bread-board.
~ ar arán, ar cháis, blue mould on bread, on cheese.
~ aráin, bits of bread.
Arán, prátaí, ~, dry bread, potatoes.
Arán, cáca, ~, saffron cake.
Ag ~ (éadaigh, aráin), colouring (cloth, bread) with saffron (dye, flavouring).
~ aráin, pióige, crust of bread, of pie.
~ chuige an t-arán, pass the bread to him.
Sóid a chur in arán, to put soda in bread.
~ aráin, feola, hunk of bread, of meat.
~ aráin, hunk of bread.
Cuid den arán, some of the bread.
Arán, tae, an dinnéar, féasta, a dhéanamh, to make bread, tea, the dinner, a feast.
~ arán, gloine, cóta, scioból, gairdín, de, make bread, glass, a coat, a barn, a garden, of it.
Rinne an t-arán agus an bainne tráth dó, the bread and milk made a meal for him.
~ a chur in arán, to leaven, add yeast to, bread.
Sin ~ an aráin, that is all that is left of the bread.
~ aráin, cube of bread.
Dhóigh sí an t-arán, she burned the bread.
Arán, siúcra, ~, brown bread, sugar.
Níor ~ an t-arán, the bread did not rise.
~ ghné aráin, under the appearance of bread.
~ aráin choirce, section of oatmeal cake.
~ aráin, chunk of bread.
Arán a fhuineadh, to knead bread.
Tá a chuid aráin ~te, he is a made man.
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