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PHRASES IN FOCLÓIR GAEILGE—BÉARLA
Dá mb’~ leis teacht, if he wished to come; if he would only come.
San ~ atá le teacht, in the time to come.
Bhain mé air a theacht liom, I persuaded him to come along with me.
Teacht le ~ (loinge), to come alongside (a ship).
~ im air nach mian leis teacht, I get the impression from him that he doesn’t want to come.
Le teacht na chéad uan, with the coming of the first lambs.
Teacht le ~, to come alongside.
Níor mhaith liom teacht in bhur g~ , I wouldn’t like to be caught in your wiles.
Bheith ag ~ le cabhair, le teacht duine, to be expecting help, the coming of s.o.
Le teacht, titim, an duilliúir, with the coming, the fall, of the leaf.
Le teacht an fhéir, when the grass begins to grow, in the spring.
1. ~ a bheith, a theacht, ort le duine, to be, to get, angry with s.o.
Níl sé d’fhiacha ort teacht mura mian leat é, if you don’t want to come you needn’t.
8. Teacht i ~ an dáiríre (le rud), to get down to brass tacks (with sth.).
Rud a fháil le h~, teacht in ~ ruda, to inherit sth.
Teacht chun réitigh le duine, to come to an agreement with s.o.
Tá na carraigeacha ag teacht ~ leis an taoide thrá, the rocks are appearing with the ebb-tide.
Níor mhaith liom teacht ~ air, I wouldn’t like to fall foul of him.
An ~ atá le teacht, the future life, the world to come.
Teacht i gcuan le ~ líonta, to tide it into port.
Táimid ag teacht ~ leo, we are overtaking them.
Táimid ag teacht in aice leis an áit, we are coming near the place.
An rud atá le teacht, what is to come; what is in store.
Ní féidir liom teacht air in airde ansin, I can’t get at it up there.
Teacht chun socraithe le duine, to come to an agreement with s.o.
Ag teacht le fána an chnoic, coming down the slope of the hill.
Ag teacht le sruth, coming downstream.
Teacht le cé, to come alongside the quay, to dock.
Bhí an t-allas ag teacht liom, I was beginning to sweat.
Teacht le duine ar rud, to agree with s.o. about sth.
Tá mé ag teacht leat ar an méid sin, I agree with you to that extent.
Níl an tuairisc sin ag teacht le chéile, that report is not consistent.
Níl sé ag teacht le mo mheanma, it doesn’t suit my inclination.
Níl an áit ag teacht liom, the place doesn’t agree with me.
Níl sé ag teacht leis na dathanna eile, it doesn’t match the other colours.
Teacht le beagán, to be satisfied with little.
Caithfear teacht leis an saol, we must take the world as we find it.
Dá dtiocfadh liom teacht suas leis, (i) if I could catch up with him, (ii) if I knew where to find it.
Táimid ag teacht suas leis an obair, we are catching up on the work.
Le ~ an lae, at daybreak.
Le ~ an fhéir, when the grass appears.
~ le chéile, concord, harmony.
Tá ~ maith le chéile acu, they get on well together.
Ag teacht le ~, coming with force.
Bhí mé ag ~ le do theacht, I was earnestly hoping you would come.
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