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EXACT MATCHES IN FOCLÓIR GAEILGE—BÉARLA
dligh, v.t. (pres. dlíonn, fut. dlífidh; vn. dlí m, gs. & pp. -ite).1. Be entitled to, have a right to, deserve, merit. Dlíonn aoi a riar, a guest is entitled to attention. Dlíonn sé onóir, there is honour due to him. Dhligh sé beannacht, he deserved a blessing. 2. Be incumbent on, be liable to, ought to. Dlímid Dia a ghuí, we ought to pray to God. Dlíonn fiacha a n-aisíoc, debts should be repaid. Dlitear fíneáil a chur air, he is liable to be fined. 3. (a) (With do) Dlitear dom é, I am entitled to it, it is due to me. An rud atá dlite do dhuine, what is lawfully due to s.o. Níl an t-airgead sin dlite dó, he has no right to that money. (b) (With de) (i) Dlitear díom é, it is incumbent on me; I owe it. Dlím mo cheart díot, you owe me my rights. (ii) Ní dhlífinn a mhalairt díot, I would expect nothing else from you. (c) (With ar) Tá sé dlite ort é a dhéanamh, you are under an obligation to do it. (Var:pres. ~, ~eann; vn. ~eachtáil f)
RELATED MATCHES IN FOCLÓIR GAEILGE—BÉARLA
PHRASES IN FOCLÓIR GAEILGE—BÉARLA
Dlí a achtú, to enact a law.
~ dlí, lawsuit.
Nuair a tháinig an dlí nua ~, when the new law was introduced.
Tá cúis dlí air, there is a lawsuit against him.
Tá sé ina mháistir orthu, ina údarás ar an dlí, he is their master, an authority on law.
Bhagair sé an madra, an dlí, orm, he threatened to set the dog at me, to take me to law.
Dlí, ráta, teach, na m~, poor-law, -rate, -house.
An dlí, an tsíocháin, a bhriseadh, to break the law, the peace.
Bhuaigh an dlí liom, I won the lawsuit.
Ní raibh siad riamh gan dlí agus ~ eatarthu, they were forever at law with one another.
~ dlí, action at law.
~ dlí, legal document.
dlí, cúirte, coiteann, law, court, common, case.
~ dlí a thabhairt ar dhuine, to take legal proceedings against s.o.
~ dlí, dúchais, legal, hereditary, right.
~ dlí, a question, a point, of law.
Dlí, móid, tearmann, geasa, a choilleadh, to violate a law, a vow, a sanctuary, taboos.
~ an dlí, na saoire, observance of the law, of holy days.
An dlí, na rialacha, móid, gealltanas, a choimeád, to keep the law, the rules, a vow, a promise.
~ dlí, observance of law.
~ in aghaidh Dé, an dlí, an duine, an offence against God, the law, the person.
Dlí ~, criminal law.
Dlí ~, common law.
~ dlí, legal adviser.
Dlí na ~e, commutative law.
Dlí an chomhshuímh, law of constant composition.
~, costais, tí, taistil, dlí, household, travelling, legal, expenses.
~ dlí a fháil, to get even-handed justice, a fair trial.
bhreithiúnais, dlí, court of justice, of law.
~ dlí, lawsuit.
~ dlí, legal remedy.
~ dlí, judicial powers.
An dlí a chumhdach, to uphold the law.
~í dlí, creidimh, legal, religious, matters.
~ na diagachta, an dlí, an leighis, na n-ealaíon, the faculty of theology, of law, of medicine, of arts.
Dlí ~, positive law.
Dlí, riail, coinníoll, a dhéanamh, to make a law, a rule, a condition.
~ an dlí, the rigour of the law.
~ an nádúir, the law of nature.
~ Dé, the law of God, the divine law.
~ na tíre, the law of the land.
De réir ~, according to law, legally.
An ~ a choimeád, a bhriseadh, to keep, to break, the law.
Níl ~ ar an éigean, ar an riachtanas, necessity knows no law.
~ bunreachtúil, canónta, coiriúil, coiteann, idirnáisiúnta, míleata, sibhialta, constitutional, canon, criminal, common, international, martial, civil, law.
~ na fianaise, the law of evidence.
~ na féine, ancient law system (of Ireland).
~ Bhoyle, Boyle’s law.
~ na háite, an mhargaidh, local, marketing, regulations.
~ atá againn féin, a rule which we observe among ourselves.
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