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PHRASES IN FOCLÓIR GAEILGE—BÉARLA
~ a thabhairt ar dhuine, ar rud, to deal a blow at s.o., sth.
a thabhairt do dhuine, do rud, to deal s.o., sth., a blow.
Dul faoi bhun duine i margadh, to undercut s.o. in a deal.
Is tú an fear ~, you are a hard man to deal with.
~ ghiúise, stump of bog-deal.
Is doiligh ~ a bhaint de, it is hard to deal with him.
Ná labhair leis na ~a má bhíonn an ceann sa láthair, one should try to deal with the proper authorities.
An ~ a dhéanamh le duine, to deal fairly with s.o.
Ní thig liom ~ a bhaint as, I am unable to deal with, manage, him.
Bhí lá ~ agam (leo), I had a hard day of it (dealing with them).
Ní mór an ~ punt, a pound is not a great deal of money.
~ mhaith airgid, den airgead, a good deal of money, of the money.
~ amach iad, (shuffle and) deal them out.
Tá an chéad ~ agam, I deal first.
~ bhán, dhearg, white, red, deal.
Clár ~e, deal board.
~ le duine, to deal with s.o.
~ i siopa, to deal in a shop.
~ le rud, to deal with sth.
Ag ~ ar, i, leathar, dealing in leather.
Duine a fhágáil ag D~, to let God deal with s.o.
An ~ trioblóide, a great deal of trouble.
Tá ~ aige orthu, he has a way of dealing with them, is (well) able for them.
~ a dhéanamh le duine, to deal inequitably with s.o.
~aim ar lámh a athar é, I will let his father deal with him.
Obair a fhágáil faoi dhuine, to let s.o. deal with work as he thinks fit.
~ fúmsa é, let me deal with it.
Is mór an ~ é, it is saying a good deal.
Drong nach dóigh a fhreastal, a body that is not easy to deal with.
3. Tá fear a fhreastail againn, we have a man to deal with him.
Ag ~adh ar an mbeag, cutting thinly (for deal).
~ a chur ort féin le rud, to take a great deal of trouble with sth.
~ phortaigh, bog-deal.
Fear a ghnáthaigh an chóir, a man who practised just dealing.
Rinneadh ~ air, a scheme was devised to deal with it.
An t-~ a dhéanamh le duine, to deal honestly with s.o.
Lán na ~, armful, great deal.
Cúig do lámhdhéanta a fháil, to get a dealing trick.
Is mór an ~ airgid é, it is a great deal of money.
Shiúil sé a ~, he travelled a great deal.
Níl maith a bheith leo, there is no use in trying to deal with them.
Ag ~ le, being soft with, dealing ineffectively with.
Is mór an ~ airgid é, it is a great deal of money.
2. ~ a bheith ort le duine, to be partial to s.o. (Of divided allegiance, double-dealing)
~ a dhéanamh ar dhuine, to exclude s.o. from sharing in sth.; to deal unfairly with s.o.
~ giúise, portaigh, log of bog-deal, of bog-timber.
Níl ~ a bheith leo, it is no good dealing with them; they are intractable.
Tá do mhargadh déanta, you have made your deal; your affairs are settled; your match is made.
An ~ a dhéanamh le duine, to deal unfairly with s.o.
A mhór de mhaoin, a great deal of property.
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