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críochnú could be a grammatical form of: críochnaigh »
EXACT MATCHES IN FOCLÓIR GAEILGE—BÉARLA
críochnú, m. (gs. -naithe).1. vn. of críochnaigh. 2. Completion, accomplishment. ~ oibre, gnó, completion of work, of business. ~ a chur ar rud, to finish, settle, sth. Rud a fhágáil gan chríochnú, to leave sth. unfinished.
PHRASES IN FOCLÓIR GAEILGE—BÉARLA
~ cruthanta, críochnaithe, confirmed fool.
An bhfuil sé críochnaithe agat? ~. Have you finished it? Almost.
Tá sé i m~ a bheith críochnaithe, it is almost finished.
An bhfuil an ~ críochnaithe acu fós? Have they finished binding (the corn, etc.) yet?
Tá an ~ críochnaithe acu, they have finished the picking (of potatoes, etc.)
Tá mé críochnaithe leis, I have done with it.
Níl mo scéal críochnaithe agam fós, I haven’t finished my story, speaking, yet.
Tá sé críochnaithe, (i) he has finished, (ii) he is done for.
Ball críochnaithe, finished article.
Ceoltóir críochnaithe, accomplished musician.
Amadán críochnaithe, utter fool.
Beidh ~ air sula mbeidh sé críochnaithe, it will take ages before it is finished.
(Críochnaithe) ~ amach, (finished) outright.
Tá sé ~ is (a bheith) críochnaithe; tá sé críochnaithe, ionann is, it is practically finished.
Bhí sé le críochnú agam, I had to finish it.
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