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TORTHAÍ IN ENGLISH—IRISH DICTIONARY
clever, a. 1 Cliste, stuama, meabhrach, éirimiúil, ábalta. He is clever with his hands, tá sé dea-lámhach; tá an-lámha aige. 2 a To be clever at doing sth., bheith oilte, deas, ar rud a dhéanamh. He is clever with his pencil, is é atá in ann an peann luaidhe a oibriú. A clever child, páiste m aibí. Clever at mathematics, maith ag na matamaitice. b (Smart) He was too clever for us, bhí sé róghlic againne. c A clever parody, scigaithris mhaith. d It is a very clever device, deis f intliúil í; is mór an intleacht é. cleverly, adv. Go cliste, etc.
ABAIRTÍ IN ENGLISH—IRISH DICTIONARY
Clever at the work, cliste chun na hoibre, chuig an obair.
F: He is too clever by half, tá sé i bhfad róchliste.
P: (Intensive) He isn't half clever! nach é atá glic!
A clever manoeuvre, beart m cliste.
Such a clever man! chomh cliste leis!
It takes a clever man to do that, is cliste an mac a dhéanfadh é sin.
He, unlike his father, was clever, duine cliste ab ea é, murab ionann agus a athair.
She is clever in a way, tá sí cliste ar bhealach.
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