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cis1, f. (gs. ~e, pl. ~eanna). 1. Wicker container; basket, crate. ~ mhóna, crate of turf. Faoi thóin ~e, under a creel; tucked away in obscurity. 2. Plaited or crossed twigs as support for causeway. ~ ar easair a dhéanamh de rud, to trample sth. under foot. Tá an teach seo ina chis chosáin acu, they all flock into this house. S.a. bealach 1(a).3 = ciseach 1.
cis2, f. (gs. ~e). Restraint, handicap. ~ a chur ar dhuine, to handicap s.o.
cis3, v.t. & i. 1. Stand, place one’s weight, (ar, on). Níor chis sé ar a chos leonta fós, he hasn’t been able to stand firmly on his sprained foot yet. 2. Restrain. ~ ort féin, restrain yourself. 3. Sp: Handicap.
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PHRASES IN FOCLÓIR GAEILGE—BÉARLA
An Ciste ~a Idirnáisiúnta, the International Monetary Fund.
~ i dtalamh, treasure-trove.
Níl ~ ná stór agam, I have no wealth in store.
~ a bhunú, to start a fund.
~ (an) stáit, treasury, state funds.
4. ~ (na marbh), (burial-)cist.
~ ciste, conversion of funds.
Cur le ciste, le scéal, le clú duine, to add to a fund, to a story, to s.o.’s reputation.
Ciste ~, sinking-fund.
Ciste ~ta, treasure trove.
Ciste ~e, relief fund.
Airgead, ciste, ~e, redemption money, fund.
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