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TORTHAÍ IN ENGLISH—IRISH DICTIONARY
let in, v.tr. 1 a Ligim isteach, scaoilim isteach (duine, rud). To let in water, (i) (of boat) uisce a dhéanamh, a tharraingt; (ii) (of shoes) uisce a ligean isteach. b F: To let s.o. in on a secret, rún a scaoileadh, a ligean, le duine. 2 Daingním, neadaím (leac) i (mballa). Dressm: Tail: Cuirim (píosa) i (ngúna, etc.). 3 F: a Fágaim thiar, thíos, duine(for sth., le rud). I've been let in for a thousand, fágadh míle (punt) orm. b I did not know what I was letting myself in for, is beag a thuigeas cad a bhí mé a tharraingt orm féin.
ABAIRTÍ IN ENGLISH—IRISH DICTIONARY
To let in a breath of air, deoladh m gaoithe a ligean isteach.
F: Let him fry in his own grease, a chonách sin air; cion a dhearmaid air féin.
Let him rest in peace, suaimhneas síoraí dá anam.
Let us go in, shall we? gabhfaimid isteach, an ngabhfaidh?
To let sth. soak in water, rud a fhágáil ar maos in uisce.
Let it stand in the sun, fág faoin ngrian é.
F: Let him stew in his own juice, bíodh cion a dhearmad anois air.
My boots are letting in water, tá mo bhróga ag ligean isteach.
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