IN FOCLÓIR GAEILGE—BÉARLA
Ar bhruach an locha, on the brink, edge, of the lake.
Ar bhruach na Nollag, nearing Christmas.
Ar bhruach cogaidh, on the verge of war.
Ar bhruach a bheith déanta, nearly done.
~ ar bhruach le, level with.
Léim an dá bhruach a chailleadh, to fall between two stools.
I ngreim an dá bhruach, holding on to both banks, in a precarious position.
Tá mé i ngreim an dá bhruach eadraibh, I am hard put to it to please you both.
I ngreim an dá bhruach a bhí sé riamh, he always wanted to take both sides.
~ dhá bhruach, an dá thaobh den abhainn, between two banks, the two sides of the river.
~ de bhalla, thar gheata, in airde ar bhruach, amach as an leaba, to jump off a wall, over a gate, up on a bank, out of bed.