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TORTHAÍ IN ENGLISH—IRISH DICTIONARY
lot, s. 1 To draw, cast, lots for sth., crainn a chaitheamh ar rud; rud a chur ar crainn. He threw in his lot with the rebels, chuaigh sé i leith na reibiliúnaigh; chuaigh sé i bpáirtíocht le na reibiliúnaigh. 2 Cinniúint f -úna, dán m, crann m. The lot fell upon him, thit an crann air. It fell to his lot (to do it), tháinig sé ar a chrann (é a dhéanamh). It was his lot, bhí sé i ndán dó. S.a. PART1 I. 2. 3 a (At auction) Luchtóg f. b Com: In lots, de réir luchtóga; ina mbeartanna. To buy in one lot, ceannach ar an mórchóir, in aon last amháin. c F: A bad lot, drochfhéirín f; drochearra m. d F: The lot, an t-iomlán. That's the lot, sin a bhfuil. The whole lot of you, a bhfuil ann agaibh. 4 F: a Mórchuid f, a lán m. What a lot! nach ann atá sé! a bhfuil ann de! What a lot of people! a leithéid de shlua! Such a lot of people, an oiread sin daoine. Quite a lot, roinnt mhaith; cuid mhór. He knows quite a lot about you, tá cuid mhaith eolais aige ort. I saw quite a lot of him in Paris, chonaic mé minic go maith é i bPáras. He would have given a lot to..., thabharfadh sé a chuid den saol ach... adv. Times have changed a lot, tá athrú mór ar an saol. b pl. Lots of good things, mórán m rudaí fónta. Lots of people, go leor daoine; an-lear daoine. adv. I feel lots better, braithim i bhfad níos fearr.
ABAIRTÍ IN ENGLISH—IRISH DICTIONARY
He has a lot to answer for, is iomaí rud a gcaithfidh sé cuntas a thabhairt ann, atá le cúiteamh aige.
They're a bad lot, is mallaithe an dream iad.
He was bewailing his lot, bhí sé ag mairgneach faoina dhóigh.
The whole blessed lot of them, an t-iomlán dearg acu.
He cast in his lot with them, chuaigh sé i bpáirt leo.
How much will you charge for the lot? cé mhéad a iarrfas tú orthu uile?
That will cost a lot of trouble, tarraingeoidh sé sin go leor achrainn.
a.A deuced lot of trouble, trioblóid an diabhail.
Jealousy has a lot to do with it, éad faoi deara a lán de.
To draw (lots) for sth., rud a chur ar crainn.
A lot of fuss over a trifle, about nothing, glór mór ar bheagán cúise.
A lot of good that will be to you! is beag a bheidh dá bharr sin agat! ní mór a bheir buaite leis sin.
I have a lot of work on hand, tá go leor oibre idir lámha agam; tá go leor ar m'aire.
He handles a lot of business, tá gnóthaí móra idir lámha aige.
He handles a lot of money, cuireann sé mórán airgid trína lámha.
F: To take tea with a lot of old hens, tae a ól i gcuideachta scata cailleach.
I am putting you to a lot of inconvenience, tá mé ag cur an-trioblóide ort.
Job lot, beart m fuíll.
He knows a lot of people in Dublin, tá aithne mhór i mBaile Átha Cliath aige.
Ten pounds means a lot to a poor man, is mór an ní deich bpunt ag fear bocht.
He needs a lot of asking, ní mór a bheith ag tuineadh leis.
To make a lot of noise, callán mór a thógáil.
To make a lot of noise about a novel, gáir mhór a thógáil faoi úrscéal.
Com: Odd lot, corrchuid f.
I had neither part nor lot in it, ní raibh baint ná páirt agam leis.
P: A powerful lot of people, neart m, an-lear, daoine.
Rather a lot, rud beag de bharraíocht.
It runs away with a lot of money, tá costas mór leis; súnn sé go leor airgid.
He scoops a lot of money, bíonn sé ag sluaisteáil airgid.
Hist: Scot and lot, cáin bhoirg.
He sees a lot of that family, bíonn caidreamh mór aige ar an muintir sin.
To take up a lot of space, mórán áite, slí, a ghabháil, a líonadh.
It took up a lot of my time, chaith sé mórán de mo chuid ama orm.
He does not say much but he thinks a lot, cé nach labhraíonn sé, meabhraíonn sé.
I threw in my lot with him, chuas ina chuibhreann, i bpáirtíocht leis.
I have a lot to do, tá mórán le déanamh agam.
I am putting you to a lot of trouble, is mór an trioblóid atá mé a chur ort; tá tú cráite agam.
To put oneself to a lot of trouble, to give oneself a lot of trouble, to take a great deal of trouble, an-dua, an-trioblóid, a chur ort féin.
He had a lot of trouble in getting it, shaothraigh sé go maith é.
That work wants a lot of patience, tá foighne mhór riachtanach chuig an obair sin; teastaíonn, ní mór, a lán foighne chun na hoibre sin.
He wanted ten pounds for the lot, bhí sé ag iarraidh deich bpunt ar an iomlán.
House where there is a lot of waste, teach a gcuirtear cuid mhór sa dul amú ann.
What a lot of people! a leithéid de shlua (daoine)!
ABAIRTÍ IN ENGLISH—IRISH DICTIONARY
He was fatally injured, rinneadh lot marfach air.
These wounds tell their own story, níl ach aon chiall amháin leis na loit sin.
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