IN ENGLISH—IRISH DICTIONARY
Decked out in all her finery, feistithe go péacógach.
All the hatred had gone out of his voice, ní raibh aon phioc den fhuath fágtha ina ghlór.
To extract all the goodness out of sth., an tairbhe go léir a shú as rud.
He had grown out of all knowledge, bhí sé as aithne le méid.
He went all out for it, rinne sé a sheacht ndícheall é a bhaint amach.
All out, faoi iomlán siúil.
All work done on the premises, nothing put out, déantar an obair ar fad istigh, ní chuirtear dada á dhéanamh taobh amuigh.
The price of fish is out of all reason, tá an t-iasc as compás ar fad.
To stay out all night, fanacht amuigh i rith na hoíche; an oíche a thabhairt amuigh.
It will turn out all right yet, beidh gach rud i gceart go fóill.
F: She was decked out in all her war-paint, bhí sí pioctha gléasta ó sháil go rinn.