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EXACT MATCHES IN FOCLÓIR GAEILGE—BÉARLA
míle1, m. (gs. ~, pl. -lte).1. Thousand. (Used as cardinal number followed by nom. sg.) (a)~ dhá chéad tríocha a ceathair, 1,234. ~ duine, bliain, one thousand persons, years. ~ go leith punt, one and a half thousand pounds. Na mílte troigh ar airde, thousands of feet high. An dara ~ bliain, the second millenium. Duine as an ~, one person in a thousand. (b) Great many. Go raibh ~ maith agat, thanks ever so much. Tá na mílte aige, he has thousands (of pounds), is well off. Na mílte ~ acu, thousands upon thousands of them. (c) Intensifying. Rinne sé a mhíle dícheall, he tried his utmost. Dá mhíle buíochas, in very spite of him. Gach uile mhíle ball dá chorp, every single member of his body. Ba mhíle ab fhearr liom agam é, I should much prefer to have it. Is ~ is measa mar sin é, it is far worse so. Go ~ maire tú é, heartiest congratulations on it. 2. Mile. ~ Éireannach, ~ mór, ~ gaelach, Irish mile. ~ reachtúil, ~ gallda, statute mile. ~ farraige, nautical mile, knot. Tá sé ~ (bealaigh, slí) chun na háite, it is a mile (journey) to the place. Chluinfeá ~ ó bhaile é, he could be heard a mile away.
míle2, m. (gs. ~, pl. -lí). 1. Soldier. 2. pr.n:M~ (Easpáinne), Milesius. Clanna M~, the Milesians. (Var:gs. & gpl. ~adh, npl. ~adha)
RELATED MATCHES IN FOCLÓIR GAEILGE—BÉARLA
PHRASES IN FOCLÓIR GAEILGE—BÉARLA
~, míle ~, ~ agus buíochas, do Dhia; ~ buí le Dia, thanks be to God.
Míle ~ san fharraige, a mile out to sea.
(Míle go leith) ~ Íosa, an Tiarna, (1500) Anno Domini.
Bhí míle agam air, I was a mile ahead of him (in race).
Míle as Sligeach, a mile from Sligo.
Chluinfeá míle ó bhaile é, you could hear him a mile away.
~ ar mhíle, ar bhliain, over a mile, a year.
Tá sé céad slat as seo, míle ón trá, siúl uaire chun na páirce, it is a hundred yards from here, a mile from the strand, an hour’s walk to the park.
~ ar bhliain, ar mhíle, about a year, a mile.
Míle agus ~, a mile and a bit.
Más peaca a bheith ~ tá na mílte damanta, ‘if it’s a sin to be sallow thousands are damned’, beauty is only skin deep.
Dá bhuíochas, dá mhíle ~, in (sheer) spite of him.
Tomhas, orlach, míle, ~, square measure, inch, mile.
~ orlaigh, míle, acra, quarter of an inch, of a mile, of an acre.
Míle ó chéile, a mile apart.
~ chéad, ~ mhíle, four hundred, four thousand.
~ mhíle, milestone.
(Míle) ~ sreinge ort! Hang you!
~ ar mhíle, more than a mile.
~ troithe, ~ mhíle, five feet, five miles.
~ chéad, ~ mhíle, five hundred, five thousand.
Faoi mhíle den chathair, within a mile of the city.
Daichead míle (san uair), tríocha míle an galún, a dhéanamh, to do, travel, forty miles (an hour), thirty miles to the gallon.
~ troithe, mílte, de, measure it in feet, miles.
~ gcéad, ~ míle, ten hundred, ten thousand.
Orlach, míle, ar ~, an inch, a mile, deep.
Cá mhéad míle é? How many miles is it?
Míle nó dhó ~, another mile or two.
Míle ~, a long mile.
Céad, míle, céad míle, ~ (romhat), a hundred, a thousand, a hundred thousand, welcomes (to you).
Míle i bh~, a mile out to sea.
~ míle, for a mile.
~ míle punt, twenty thousand pounds.
I bh~ míle dúinn, within a mile of us.
I bh~ míle, urchair mhéaróige, (go) mbeannaí Dia, de, within a mile, a stone’s throw, hailing distance, of.
Bhí sé ag ~áil leathchéad míle san uair, he was doing fifty miles an hour.
I n~ míle, cainte, dom, within a mile, speaking distance, of me.
Míle ~, short mile.
~ do mhíle, nearly a mile.
Míle ~, English, statute, mile.
~ ach míle eadrainn, with only a mile between us.
~ ar mhíle, scarcely a mile.
I n~ míle dúinn, within a mile of us.
Míle agus ~, a mile and a bit.
Troigh, míle, acra, go leith, a foot, a mile, an acre, and a half.
Is go mb’fhearr liom míle uair é (ná), I’d prefer it a thousand times (to).
Tá míle eatarthu, they are a mile apart.
(Is) míle céad fearr liom é, I prefer it ever so much.
Míle ~ ón trá, a mile in from the strand.
Míle ar a ~, at least a mile.
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