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Cuardaigh focal Gaeilge nó Béarla.
Focail chosúla: rub out · burn out · ring out · rout out · rule out
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Tá iontráil i bhFoclóir Nua Béarla–Gaeilge i dtaobh run out » agus run-out »
TORTHAÍ IN ENGLISH—IRISH DICTIONARY
run out. 1 v.i. a Rithim amach. b The tide is running out, tá sé ag trá. c (Of liquid) Doirteann. d (Of time) Tá á chaitheamh. The lease has run out, tá an léas caite, e Cards: Gnóthaím. f (Of supplies) Caitear (lón). Our stores are run out, tá ár stór caite. His sands are running out, tá sé ag gabháil sa déanach. The sands are running out, tá an cairde chóir a bheith caite. (Of pers.) To have run out of tobacco, bheith as tobac. We had run out of food, bhí ár gcuid bia caite, g (Of rope) Roiseann. h A strip of land running out to the sea, streachlán talún ag gabháil amach san fharraige. 2 v.tr. a He ran himself out, rith sé gur chloígh sé é féin b Scaoilim (rópa), c Nau: To run out the gangway, an clord a chur amach. d Typ: To run out a line (into the margin), líne a ligean amach (san imeall).
ABAIRTÍ IN ENGLISH—IRISH DICTIONARY
He fitted out the house with running water, d'fheistigh sé uisce reatha sa teach.
To be out of the running, bheith as coimhlint, ó áireamh
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