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TORTHAÍ IN ENGLISH—IRISH DICTIONARY
knife1, s. 1 a Scian f. Table-knife, scian bhoird, scian cháis. Carving knife, scian feola, ceirbhéar m. To lay a knife and fork for s.o., áit a choda a fhágáil ag duine. b Pen-knife, pocket-knife, scian phóca. S.a. CLASP-KNIFE, JACK-KNIFE. c Miodóg f. War to the knife, cogadh gan trócaire. He has his knife in me, tá an nimh san fheoil aige dom. 2 Lann f (sáibh, etc.). 3 Surg: The knife, an scian. To resort to the knife, dul i muinín na scine.
knife2, v.tr. Sceanaim (duine), sáim (duine).
ABAIRTÍ IN ENGLISH—IRISH DICTIONARY
A knife and fork, scian agus forc.
F: An apology for a knife, ainm m scine.
Knife with a keen edge on it, scian ghéar.
Take the knife from that child, bain an scian den leanbh sin.
He got out his knife, pipe, tharraing sé amach a scian, a phíopa.
He grabbed a knife from the table, shnap, thapaigh, sé scian den bhord.
A black-handled knife, scian coise duibhe.
Hunting knife, scian sealgaire.
'Hand me the knife (hammer)' -- 'Where is it?' 'sín chugam an scian (casúr)' -- 'Cá bhfuil sí (sé)?'
‘Is it the good knife (hammer)?’ -- 'It is,’ ‘an í an scian mhaith í?’ -- 'is í’; ‘an é an casúr maith é?’-- ‘is é.’
Acc.He grasped the knife (hammer) and took it from her, rug sé ar an scian (ar an gcasúr) agus bhain di í (é).
He broke the knife (hammer) when he was cleaning it, bhris sé an scian (casúr) nuair a bhí sé á glanadh (ghlanadh).
Here is your knife (hammer), I cannot clean it, seo dhuit do scian (do chasúr), ní féidir liom a glanadh (ghlanadh).
W.Tel: Knife-edge tuning, tiúnadh fíneálta.
I haven't a knife, have you got one? nil aon scian agam, an bhfuil ceann agatsa?
He pulled out a knife, tharraing sé amach scian.
What are you selling the knives at? cé mhéad atá ar na sceana agat?
Set of knives, cur m scian.
To strike a knife into s.o.'s heart, scian a shá i gcroí duine. v.tr. & abs.
Take the knife away from the child, bain an scian den leanbh.
To thrust a knife into s.o.'s back, scian a shá sa droim ag duine.
The knife left no trace on it, níor fhág an scian lorg ar bith air.
Knife with a silver handle, scian faoina cois airgid; scian chos airgid.
To cut sth. with a knife, rud a ghearradh le scian.
To fight with knives, troid le sceana.
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