IN ENGLISH—IRISH DICTIONARY
Do as you like, déan mar is áil leat (féin).
Do as you desire, déan mar is áil leat féin.
Would you like me to go? an áil leat mé a dhul? ar mhaith leat go rachainn?
As you like, mar is maith, fearr, áil, mian, leat féin.
Suppose you helped me instead of looking on, dá mb'áil leat cabhrú liom in áit a bheith ansin ag féachaint orm.
That is not what I meant to say, ní shin é ab áil, ba mhian, liom a rá.
Why need he bother us? cad ab áil leis ag cur isteach orainn?
If you would only come in time, dá mb'áil leat teacht in am.
To make a virtue of necessity, áil a dhéanamh den éigean.
A: What wilt thou? cad is mian leat? cad is áil leat?