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EXACT MATCHES IN FOCLÓIR GAEILGE—BÉARLA
imigh le, v.i. 1. Go away with, take away. Imeacht le rud, to make off with sth. D’~ tú le mo pheann, you took my pen. D’~ siad le chéile, they eloped. Go n-imí an sioc leat! Bad cess to you! 2. Take to, follow. Imeacht le ceird, to follow a trade. D’~ sé le táilliúireacht, he took up tailoring. Ag imeacht le haer an tsaoil, leading a gay life. D’~ siad leis an ól, they took to drink. 3. Take certain course. Imeacht le fána, to go downhill; to fall down the slope; to take the downward path. Ag imeacht le ceann sreinge, running loose. Imeacht le gaoth, le sruth, to go with the wind, with the current; to be lost, to vanish. S.a. cloch13. 4. Go away, off. Imíonn siad leo gach uile oíche, they take themselves off every night. ~ leat (uaim, amach as seo), get away (from me, out of here). Tá sé ag imeacht leis, he is going from bad to worse.
PHRASES IN FOCLÓIR GAEILGE—BÉARLA
Imigh más ~ leat é, go away if you are so inclined.
Is ort atá an ~; d’imigh an diabhal ort le ~, what a contrary devil you are!
D’imigh na ba le ~, the cows gadded with the heat.
Bhí ~ mór leis an lá a d’imigh sé, he had a great send-off on the day he left.
D’imigh an ~ air; thóg an ~ leis é, he is gone to the devil.
D’imigh sé leis an ~, he went off with the gang (of youngsters).
D’imigh sé le ~ (feirge), he went off in a huff.
agus, is) Nuair a tháinig sé isteach is go bhfaca sé cé a bhí ann, d’imigh sé leis, when he came in and saw who was there, he went away.
Is mór a d’~ an saol le gairid, the world has changed a lot lately.
D’imigh sé agus a dhá ~ chomh fada le chéile, he went away empty-handed.
D’imigh sé le gaoth, it was carried off by the wind.
D’imigh sé leis, he took himself off.
Imigh ~ le síocháin, go and peace be with you.
D’imigh sé leis chomh ~ lena bhfaca tú riamh, he went off as pleased as ever you saw.
Ach le gach uile shórt d’imigh sé, but finally he went away.
D’imigh an t-airgead le ~, the money went down the drain.
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