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TORTHAÍ IN ENGLISH—IRISH DICTIONARY
put through, v.tr. 1 Cuirim (scéim) i gcrích, tugaim (scéim) chun críche. 2 Tp: To put s.o. through to s.o., duine a chur ag labhairt le duine.
ABAIRTÍ IN ENGLISH—IRISH DICTIONARY
To put a call through, glaoch m a chur chun cinn.
To put a prisoner through the third degree, croscheistiú íospartach a imirt ar phríosúnach.
F: Send him to me and I'll put him through his facings, cuir chugam é agus cuirfead ar fud a phionsa é.
To put a horse through its paces, capall a thástáil.
To put s.o. through his paces, duine a chur tríd an muileann.
F: To put s.o. through it, splíontaíocht f, na físeacha, a thabhairt do dhuine.
To put a bullet through s.o.'s head, piléar a chur trí chloigeann duine.
To put one's pen through a word, focal a scriosadh amach.
To put s.o. to the test, through a test, féachaint a chur ar dhuine; duine a thástáil.
I am putting you through to the secretary, tá mé do do chur chuig an rúnaí.
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