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EXACT MATCHES IN FOCLÓIR GAEILGE—BÉARLA
tar anuas, v.i. 1. Come down, descend. Ag teacht anuas an staighre, an sliabh, coming down the stairs, the mountain. Tháinig sé anuas an aill, he climbed down the cliff. ~ anuas den díon, come down off the roof. Nós a tháinig anuas chugainn, a custom that was handed down to us. Tá siad ag teacht anuas sa saol, they are coming down in the world. Bhí an lá ag teacht anuas, the day was settling. Tá luach an stoic ag teacht anuas, the value of stock is decreasing. Tiocfaidh sé anuas go fras, there will be a heavy fall of rain. 2. (With ar) Come down (on), be severe (with). Teacht anuas ar dhuine, to come down on s.o.
PHRASES IN FOCLÓIR GAEILGE—BÉARLA
Teacht ~, to come down.
Ag teacht ~ sa saol, coming down in the world.
Teacht ~ ar an luach, to reduce the price.
Tháinig sé anuas ar a bhoinn, ar bhoinn a chos, he fell on his feet.
Tháinig sé anuas ar a dhá ghlúin ag achainí orm, he appealed to me on bended knee.
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