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leanúint could be a grammatical form of: lean »
EXACT MATCHES IN FOCLÓIR GAEILGE—BÉARLA
leanúint, f. (gs. -úna).1. vn. of lean. 2. Following, pursuit; adherence; continuation. Stad an ~, the pursuit stopped. Lucht leanúna, followers, adherents. Sch:Cúrsa leanúna, continuation course. I ~ duine, ruda, following, adhering to, s.o., sth. Ar ~, (to be) continued.
PHRASES IN FOCLÓIR GAEILGE—BÉARLA
~ leanúint, produced.
Chuir sé ~ ar a lucht leanúna, he summoned his followers.
Leanúint de rud, to keep at, continue, sth.
~ dá lucht leanúna, a group of his followers.
~ duine a leanúint, to follow the example of s.o.
Duine a ~úint timpeall, to follow s.o. around.
An namhaid a ~úint, to pursue the enemy.
An tslí dhíreach a ~úint, to follow the straight path.
Riail, nós, a ~úint, to follow a rule, a custom.
Máistir, treoraí, a ~úint, to follow a master, a guide.
Lorg do shinsear a ~úint, to follow in the footsteps of one’s ancestors.
Fiacha a ~úint, to pursue debts.
Foireann, páirtí, a ~úint, to follow, support, a team, a party.
Céachta a ~úint, to follow a plough.
Caithfidh triúr agaibh an leoraí a ~úint, three of you must attend to the lorry.
Líne a ~úint, to produce a line.
~úint ag déanamh ruda, to continue to do sth.
~úint ar aghaidh, to proceed.
~úint siar ar rud, to hark back to sth.
3. Bhí siad ag ~úint air dul abhaile, they were urging him to go home.
~úint de rud, to continue to do sth.; to cling to sth.
Tá an aicíd sin ag ~úint de, that is a persistent disease with him.
~úint de nóta, to sustain a note.
~úint le rud, to go on with sth.
~ a leanúint, to follow a track.
~ leanúna, páirte, followers, partisans.
An ~ a leanúint, to follow fortune.
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