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EXACT MATCHES IN FOCLÓIR GAEILGE—BÉARLA
leataobh, m. (gs. -oibh).1. One side (of two). ~ na sráide, one side of the street. Ar ~ a chinn, on, to, one side of his head. Ar ~ an bhóthair, on, by, the side of the road. ~ muice, side, flitch, of bacon. Cuir ar a ~ é, turn it over on its side. Tá ~ ar na cruacha, the stacks are lopsided. Bhí ~ air ag siúl, he walked with a slouch. Fig:Tá ~ ar a chuid cainte, his talk is one-sided, biased. 2. (a)I, do, ~, aside. Rud a chur, a fhágáil, a chaitheamh, i ~, to put, leave, cast, sth. aside. Cuir i ~ dó é, set it aside, save it, for him. An gráinnín airgid a chuir sí i ~, the little bit of money she put by. Seasaigí, druidigí, uile i ~, let you all stand, draw, aside. Tabhair cogar i ~ dó, whisper to him apart. Ná bí i do shuí i ~ uainn, don’t sit apart from us. Cuireadh an breithiúnas i ~, the judgment was set aside. Tá an t-aonach i ~, the fair is over. Amharc i ~, sidelong look. Coiscéim i ~, a step to one side. (b)~ na tine, on one side of the fire. 3. Lay-by.
PHRASES IN FOCLÓIR GAEILGE—BÉARLA
~ i leataobh, as do bhealach, é, shove it aside, out of your way.
Cuir do cháipéisí i leataobh, put aside your papers.
Rud a chlaonadh (do leataobh, ar clé), to incline sth. (to one side, to the left).
~ chun tosaigh, ar gcúl, do leataobh, a step forward, backward, to one side.
~im i leataobh, to move off to one side.
~ síos, amach, do leataobh, timpeall, go down, out, to one side, round.
Ní dheachaigh sé i leith ná i leataobh leis, he didn’t beat about the bush.
~ i leataobh, jump to one side; aberration.
Cuireadh i leataobh faoi d’~ é, it was set apart specially for you.
~eadh i leataobh, to start aside.
~ siar, i leataobh, amach uaim, stand back, aside, away from me.
~aigí siar, i leataobh, draw back, aside.
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