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ABAIRTÍ IN FOCLÓIR GAEILGE—BÉARLA
Tá ~ na mbóithre ar an áit sin, the roads lead to that place.
Tá tú ar bhealach d’~a, you are on the road to ruin.
~ liom sa ród, take the road along with me.
Tá ~ sa bhóthar, there is a rise in the road.
~ an staighre, an bóthar, (coming) up the stairs, the road.
~ an bóthar, over the road (from easterly direction).
~ an bóthar, (coming) down the road.
Ag ~t an bhóthair dá chéile, racing each other along the road.
~ an bhóthair, the top of the road.
Ar bhéal, i m~, an bhóthair, na trá, fronting the road, the strand.
~ cise, corduroy road.
Ag siúl an bhealaigh, walking the road.
Bhí dhá thaobh an bhealaigh leis, he was zig-zagging, staggering, along the road.
Fágadh, cuireadh, ar dhroim an bhealaigh mhóir iad, they were left homeless, driven out on the road.
Thug sé eolas an bhealaigh dom, he put me on the right road, showed me where to go.
~ dúnta, road closed; no thoroughfare.
Tabhair lán a bhonn den bhóthar, den chnoc, dó, let him take the road, to the hills; send him packing.
~ mór, main road.
~ trasna, cross-road.
An ~ a shiúl, to walk, travel, the road.
Cur, dul, chun bóthair, to take the road, set out on journey.
Bhíomar ag bualadh bóthair ar feadh an lae, we were tramping the road all day.
Tá ~ ann, it (horse, car) eats up the road.
Duine a chur ar an m~ ceart, to put s.o. on the right road.
An ~ a thabhairt do dhuine, to put s.o. out on the road; to dismiss s.o.
Ag bradú na slí, going quietly along the road.
~ de bhóthar, de shiopa, de theaghlach, branch of road, of shop, of family.
ar na bóithre seo, a great many people pass along these roads, there is a lot of traffic on these roads.
Bóthar ~, long road.
Ar chaoi cheithre slí, where four roads lead.
~ an bhóthair, na sráide, the terminal point of the road, of the street.
Ghabh siad thar a chéile ar an mbóthar, they passed one another on the road.
~ bóthair, (i) dust from the road, (ii) =
~ cnoic, claí, bóthair, side of hill, of fence, of road.
~a briste, broken stone, (road-)metal.
An bóthar a choimeád, to keep to the road.
Bhí sé i mo choinne ar an mbóthar, he was on the road to meet me.
An leaba, an bóthar, a choinneáil, to keep one’s bed, the road.
~ bróg, bóthar, boot-, road-, mending.
Tá ~ ag barr an bhóthair, there is a concourse of people at the top of the road.
2. ~ bóthair, cuain, edge of road, of harbour.
Ag ~ na mbóithre, where the roads meet.
~ bóithre, confluence of roads.
~ i mbealach, a turn in a road.
An áit a gcorann an bealach, an abhainn, where the road, the river, turns.
~ i mbóthar, in abhainn, bend in road, in river.
~ bóthair, road-bend.
Cur chun bóthair, to take to the road.
Tá ~ sa teach thall inniu, there is a party in the house across the road today.
Teach, bád, bóthar, canáil, a dhéanamh, to make a house, a boat, a road, a canal.
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