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TORTHAÍ IN ENGLISH—IRISH DICTIONARY
married, a. 1 Married man, fear pósta. A married couple, lánúin phósta. To get married, pósadh. 2 Married love, grá pósta.
ABAIRTÍ IN ENGLISH—IRISH DICTIONARY
The newly married couple, an lánúin nuaphósta.
They are engaged (to be married), tá lámh is focal eatarthu, tá siad dálta le chéile, luaite i gcleamhnas le chéile.
He married a fortune, phós sé saibhreas, fuair sé spré mhór lena bhean.
To get a daughter married, iníon a chur i gcrích.
He got married, phós sé.
P: He went and got married, cad a rinne sé ach pósadh.
He married a second time, phós sé in athuair, ar ais.
He married beneath him, chuaigh sé i gcleamhnas le dream nár dhual dó.
To get married quietly, pósadh gan scléip.
Recently married, nuaphósta.
To get married before the registrar, pósadh in oifig an chláraitheora.
To be married at a registry (office), pósadh i gclárlann.
Married and single, pósta agus aonta.
The married state, staid f an phósta.
He married below his station, phós sé bean ab isle céim ná é féin.
To whom is he married? cé leis a bhfuil sé pósta? cén bhean atá aige?
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