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TORTHAÍ IN ENGLISH—IRISH DICTIONARY
slow1, I a. 1 a Mall. A slow trot, bogshodar. A slow speed, beagán luais, siúl beag. Cin: etc: Slow motion, mallghluaiseacht f. He is a slow speaker, tá sé fadálach, righin, ag caint. F: It is slow work, obair liosta í. Slow and sure! aigne shuaimhneach a réitíonn snáth. Slow fire, meath-thine f. Rail: Slow train, traein mhall. b To be slow to act, bheith righin, mall, chun rud a dhéanamh. To be slow to start sth., bheith leasc chun gnó a chur ar bun. He was not slow to reply, níorbh fhaillí leis freagra a thabhairt. He is slow to anger, is doiligh fearg a chur air. c Maolintinneach, dallintinneach. He's frightfully slow, is é an dallarán é. Slow child, páiste dúr, dobhránta. d (Of spectacle) Marbhánta. Slow little town, baile beag marbhánta. Business is slow, níl mórán á dhéanamh i gcúrsaí gnóthaí. e Slow game, cluiche gan fuinneamh, gan anam. 2 (Of clock) Mall. Your clock is five minutes slow, tá do chlog cúig nóiméad mall.   slowly, adv. Go mall, etc. Engine running slowly, inneall ar bogstróc. II adv. a Go mall. Go slower, maolaigh ar do luas. To go slow, (i) dul go mall; (ii) é a thógáil bog. To go slow with one's provisions, an bia a choigilt; tarraingt caol ar an mbia. Nau: Slow ahead! go réidh romhat! b The clock goes slow, tá an clog ag cailleadh.
ABAIRTÍ IN ENGLISH—IRISH DICTIONARY
Allow it to boil slowly, cuir ar suanbhruith é.
The procession passed (by) slowly, chuaigh, ghabh, an mórshiúl thart go mall.
(Of pers., car, etc.) To pull slowly up the hill, an bealach a dhéanamh go mall in aghaidh an chnoic.
Slowly but surely does it, baineann an mhoill an barr léi, is fearr mall cinnte ná luath lochtach.
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