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TORTHAÍ IN ENGLISH—IRISH DICTIONARY
hill, s. 1 a Cnoc m. Up hill and down dale, over hill and dale, thar sliabh agus gleann. Hill-country, tír chnocach. Hill road, bealach m cnoic, bóthar m sléibhe. b Cnocán m, tulach f. See ANT-HILL, MOLE-HILL. 2 (On road) (i) Ard m, ardán m; (ii) ísleán m, fánán m. AutSpeed up hill, luas in aghaidh aird. He is going down the hill, (i) tá sé ag dul an cnoc síos; (ii)F: tá sé ag meath, ag titim.
ABAIRTÍ IN ENGLISH—IRISH DICTIONARY
The hills (round) about the town, na cnoic timpeall an bhaile.
To ascend a hill, dul suas cnoc.
On the back of the hill, ar dhroim an chnoic.
At the back of the hill, ar chúl an chnoic.
The hills that back the town, na cnoic atá ar chúl an bhaile.
Belt of hills, crioslach m cnoc.
To breast a hill, cnoc a thógáil.
Aut: Sp: Hill climb, dreapadóireacht f cnoic.
The road climbs up the side of a hill, tá an bóthar ag dul suas taobh an chnoic.
To coast (down a hill), teacht anuas le fána i gcarr sleamhnáin; Cy: dul le fána ar rothar (gan na troitheáin a oibriú); Aut: dul le fána i ngluaisteán (agus an t-inneall stoptha).
The enemy were easily dislodged from the hill, ruaigeadh an namhaid den chnoc gan dua.
Hill which was dotted with houses, cnoc a bhí breac le tithe.
To go down the street, down a hill, dul síos an tsráid, síos an cnoc.
The far side of the street, the hill, an taobh thall den tsráid, den chnoc.
He came from over the hills, b'as taobh amuigh de shliabh é.
High hill, cnoc ard.
To labour up a hill, barr cnoic a bhaint amach le dua.
Road that lies between two hills, bóthar a ghabhann idir dhá chnoc.
To mount a hill, dul in airde go barr cnoic; cnoc a ardú.
To make mountains out of mole-hills, míol mór a dhéanamh de mhíoltóg.
That's as old as the hills, tá sin ann ó aimsir na díleann.
The Palatine (Hill), an (Cnoc) Palaitíneach.
The most prominent object on the hill, an rud is feiceálaí ar an gcnoc.
Up-hill pull, strus m in aghaidh an aird.
(Of pers., car, etc.) To pull slowly up the hill, an bealach a dhéanamh go mall in aghaidh an chnoic.
Lit: Hills robed in verdure, cnoic faoi chumhdach glas.
To roll down hill, rolladh anuas an cnoc.
He scrambled up the hill, aníos leis an cnoc ag crúbadach.
The town stands against a hill, tá cúl an bhaile le cnoc.
Hills sweeping down to the sea, cnoic ag teacht anuas le fána go farraige.
To take to the hills, an sliabh a thabhairt ort féin.
To toil up a hill, tarraingt go hanróiteach in aghaidh an chnoic; dua an chnoic a fháil.
Aut: F: To climb a hill on top, dul suas cnoc san ardghiar.
To top a hill, barr cnoic a bhaint amach.
Hill torrent, tuile shléibhe.
Treeless hills, cnoic loma gan chrann.
To tunnel a hill, to tunnel through, into, a hill, tollán a thochailt trí chnoc.
To go up the hill, stairs, dul suas an cnoc, an staighre.
The vocal hills, sléibhte an mhacalla.
The road winds up the hill, tá an bóthar ag caismearnach suas taobh an chnoic.
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