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EXACT MATCHES IN FOCLÓIR GAEILGE—BÉARLA
fág i, v.t. 1. Leave in. Rud a fhágáil i dtaisce, i bhfolach, to leave sth. stored, hidden, away. Duine a fhágáil i gcontúirt, to leave s.o. in danger. ~adh ina aonar é, he was left by himself. Ní fhágfar i bhfad i réim iad, they won’t be left in power for long. ~ sa bhaile é, leave, accompany, him home; let him remain at home. 2. ~ i do dhiaidh, leave behind. D’fhág sé a hata ina dhiaidh, he went away without his hat. D’fhág siad an amaidí sin ina ndiaidh, they abandoned such foolishness. Ó d’fhág mé aois an pháiste i mo dhiaidh, since I grew out of my childhood years. D’fhág sé muirín lag ina dhiaidh, he left a young family.
PHRASES IN FOCLÓIR GAEILGE—BÉARLA
Is ann a d’fhág sé a chuid allais, he worked the best years of his life there.
Ní raibh ann ach breith nó fág, it was neck or nothing.
Ní raibh ann ach ~ nó fág, it was neck or nothing.
Tá ~ éigin ann, he is wanting in some respect.
D’fhág sé an ~ is a raibh ann acu, he left the whole lot to them, cleared out.
Fág na ~eacha i do dhiaidh, let bygones be bygones.
D’fhág siad i mo sheasamh ansin mé, they left me standing there.
Níl mórán ~ fágtha anois ionam, there is not much sap left in me now.
Fág i d~ na cistine é, leave it at the side of the kitchen.
Níl mórán ~ fágtha ann, there isn’t much energy left in him.
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