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TORTHAÍ IN ENGLISH—IRISH DICTIONARY
teach, v.tr. Múinim, teagascaim (ábhar, duine). To teach s.o. sth., rud a mhúineadh, a theagasc, do dhuine. He is being taught all sorts of things, táthar ag teagasc an uile chineáil dó. He teaches French, tá sé ag múineadh na Fraincise. The teaching staff, an fhoireann theagaisc. To teach s.o. (how) to do sth., an dóigh le rud a dhéanamh a mhúineadh do dhuine. He taught himself music, d'fhoghlaim sé ceol uaidh féin. S.a. SELF-TAUGHT. I had been taught never to tell a lie, cuireadh ina luí riamh orm gan bréag a insint. To teach s.o. a lesson, ciall cheannaithe a thabhairt do dhuine. That will teach him! tabharfaidh sin le fios dó. I will teach him a thing or two, múinfeadsa port dó ná raibh cheana aige! I'll teach you to speak to me like that! cuirfidh mise faoi deara duit nach labhróidh tú mar sin liom arís!
TORTHAÍ GAOLMHARA IN ENGLISH—IRISH DICTIONARY
CUARDACH DROIM AR AIS IN ENGLISH—IRISH DICTIONARY
ABAIRTÍ IN ENGLISH—IRISH DICTIONARY
He went in for teaching, chuaigh sé le múinteoireacht.
That will teach him manners, múinfidh sin fios a bhéasa dó.
To teach s.o. to read, léitheoireacht a theagasc do dhuine.
Secular teaching, teagasc tuata.
He is self-taught, ní raibh de mhúinteoir aige ach é féin.
What subjects do you teach? cad iad na hábhair a mhúineas tú?
To go in for teaching, dul le múinteoireacht.
Teaching through English, ag múineadh trí Bhéarla.
ABAIRTÍ IN ENGLISH—IRISH DICTIONARY
To be about to do something, bheith ar tí rud a dhéanamh.
Access to the door is by a flight of steps, suas staighre a théitear go dtí an doras.
The accessibility of the house, a éasca atá sé an teach a bhaint amach.
Household accessories, trealamh m.
To adjourn sth. to, till, the next day, for a week, rud a chur siar go dtí an chéad lá eile, go ceann seachtaine.
F: To adjourn to a place, dul go dtí áit. We'll adjourn to the room, rachaimid chun an tseomra.
The house is a poor affair, ní mórán is fiú an teach.
He can well afford to build a house, is dó is fusa teach a dhéanamh.
I only heard of it afterwards, ní raibh a fhios agam go (dtí go) raibh sé thart, níor chualas go dtí ina dhiaidh sin é.
Over against the school, thall os coinne theach na scoile.
F: Just agoing to begin, go díreach ar tí tosú.
F: There is always the workhouse, tá teach na mbocht ansin ar fad, i gcónaí.
The house stands at an angle to the street, tá an teach ar fiar leis an tsráid.
The house and its appendages, an teach agus a bhfuil ann, a bhfuil ag gabháil leis.
well-appointed house, teach iarmhaiseach.
Along the road buildings soon arose, ba ghairid gur tógadh tithe ar thaobhanna an bhealaigh.
(Lunatic) asylum, teach m gealt; F: an teach mór.
At church, san eaglais, i dteach an phobail.
At the tailor’s, tigh, i dteach, an táilliúra.
House standing back from the road, teach atá isteach tamall ón mbóthar.
The house backs on the high road, tá cúl an tí leis an mbóthar mór.
He earns a bare living, níl aige ach ón láimh go dtí an béal.
To bring a stag to bay, poc a chur go dtí an sprioc.
She is a good housewife, bean mhaith tí atá inti.
The house is building, is being built, tá an teach á dhéanamh.
(ii) The house is to be sold, tá an teach le díol.
Beam of a lighthouse, ga tí solais.
F: He turned the house into a bear-garden, chuir sé íochtar an tí ar uachtar; rinne sé cíor thuathail den teach.
I beat him down to five shillings, thug mé air teacht anuas go dtí cúig scillingí.
House off the beaten track, teach scoite.
The house was a bedlam, bhí an teach ina rúille-búille, ina chíréip.
I had never seen him before, ní fhaca mé riamh go dtí sin é.
v.tr.The house belched (forth, out) flames, smoke, bhí an teach ag tonnadh amach lasracha, deataigh.
The house was believed to be haunted, bhí sé amuigh ar an teach go raibh taibhsí ann.
To betake oneself to a place, imeacht go dtí áit, áit a thabhairt ort féin.
You will find no better hotel, ní bhfaighidh tú a bhualadh, a shárú, mar theach aíochta.
Better-class houses, tithe fiúntacha.
To make a bid for a house, an oiread seo a thairiscint ar theach.
Big house, teach mór.
He felt it bitterly, ghéill sé go dtí an croí air.
Go to blazes! go teach an diabhail leat!
Boat-house, -shed, s. Teach m báid.
She's the boss, ise ceann an tí.
To break into a house, briseadh isteach i dteach.
A fire broke out in the house, chuaigh an teach trí thine.
Breaking into a house, briseadh isteach i dteach.
Brick house, teach brící.
She was on the brink of tears, bhí sí ar tí goil.
He is like a bull in a china shop, bhí sé chomh maith agat tarbh a chur i dteach itheacháin.
Th: There was a bumper house, bhí an teach ag cur thairis.
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