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time could be a grammatical form of: tim »
EXACT MATCHES IN FOCLÓIR GAEILGE—BÉARLA
time. 1. f. (gs. ~).Softness, tenderness; weakness, faint-heartedness. 2. gsf., npl. & comp. of tim1.
REVERSE SEARCH IN FOCLÓIR GAEILGE—BÉARLA
PHRASES IN FOCLÓIR GAEILGE—BÉARLA
Bhí sé ~ fada anseo, he was here a long time.
Ag am tae, at tea-time.
Ní hé an chéad uair aige é, it is not his first time.
Is agaibh atá an saol, you have a great time.
Tá sé in am aige pósadh, it is time for him to get married.
Má bhíonn (aon) ~ agat air, if you have time to spare for it.
Ní raibh aon ~ agam ar an leabhar a léamh, I hadn’t time, leisure, to read the book.
Caith ~ leis, take time at it, don’t rush it.
~ moille, time lag.
D’imigh sé go Meiriceá. A~ nuair a bhí sé tamall thall . . . . He went to America. And when he was there some time . . . .
leanfainn iad, there was a time when I would have followed them.
Fan i m’~, stay near me, help me. (Of time)
Ó thús, ó thosach, ~e, since the beginning of time.
In ~ na bhFiann, in the time of the Fianna.
In ~ a bháis, at the time of his death.
I rith, ar feadh, na haimsire sin, during all that time.
Le h~, le himeacht ~e, in course of time.
Tá an ~ fada againn, we have plenty of time.
Is maith an scéalaí an ~, time will tell.
~ lóin, lunch-time.
~ an earraigh, an fhómhair, spring-time, harvest-time.
~ na laethanta saoire, holiday time.
Is í ~ na huaire aige í, she is his sweetheart for the time being.
~ aimsire ina dhiaidh sin, a certain time after that.
Tráthanna ~ den bhliain, (at) certain times of the year.
Ní aithním an t-am, I cannot make out the time.
Ré ~, time to repent; time to change one’s mind.
An t-~, the time (by clock, etc.).
~ na gréine, the time by the sun.
~ na réaltaí, sidereal time.
An t-~ luath, nua, summer-time.
An t-~ mall, old time.
Tá an clog ar an ~, the clock shows the correct time.
Níl an t-~ agam, I don’t know the time; I have no timepiece.
Cén t-~ é? Cad é an t-~ atá sé? What time is it?
An t-~ de lá, the time of day.
An t-~ seo inné, this time yesterday.
Faoin ~ seo, by this time.
An t-~ a chonaic mé iad, the time I saw them.
~ lóin, lunch-time.
Bí in ~ ag do dhinnéar, be in time for your dinner.
Nuair ab ~ dúinn imeacht, when it was time for us to go.
Tá sé thar ~ agat, it is high time for you.
In ~ trátha, at the proper time.
~ oibre, working-time.
Ag obair de réir an ~a, working to time.
~ scoir, time to knock off.
Tá an t-~ istigh, time is up.
Leabhar ~a, time-book.
Is é an t-~ agat é! Is é ~ duit é! What a time you choose!
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