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ABAIRTÍ IN FOCLÓIR GAEILGE—BÉARLA
Níl (an) ~ céille aige, he hasn’t got much sense.
Níl ~ ach a bheith ag iarraidh céille oraibh, you cannot be expected to have sense.
In ~ céille, discréide, na tuisceana, at the age of reason, of discretion, of understanding.
Ar bheagán céille, with little sense.
~ na céille, sensible person, one who talks sense.
Síleann fear na ~ gurb é féin fear na céille, the madman prides himself on his good sense.
Bhí ~ air as a chuid céille, he was esteemed for his good sense.
~ airgid, céille, lack of money, of sense.
~ mór na céille bige, great head, little wit.
Ag ceannach na céille, learning from experience.
Tá an fear sin ina cheap céille, that man is a rock of sense.
Teacht ~ céille, to come to the use of reason.
Duine a thabhairt chun céille, to make s.o. see reason.
In aois (na) céille, at the age of reason.
Tá sé ag titim chun céille, he is steadying down.
Bíodh ~ céille agat, have a bit of sense.
Tá ~ mór céille aige, he has a great fund of common sense.
Níl a dhath céille acu, they have no sense.
~ airgid, aire, céille, lack of money, of care, of sense.
~ céille, lack of sense; foolishness, folly.
2. ~ céille, want of sense; defect in reasoning.
Tá sé ~ agam a bheith ag cur céille ionat, it is futile for me to talk sense to you.
~ céille, mental aberration.
~ céille, dóchais, ray of sense, of hope.
~ intinne, aigne, céille, mental aberration.
Níl ~ céille aige, he hasn’t much sense.
Níl ~ céille aige, he hasn’t much sense.
~ céille, brutalizing of senses.
~ beag aráin, oibre, céille, a little bit of bread, of work, of sense.
~ céille, derangement; mental aberration.
~ céille, mental aberration.
~ céille, mental derangement.
Níl ~ céille aige, he hasn’t an ounce of sense.
~ (céille), bit of sense.
Níl ~ céille acu, they haven’t a scrap of sense.
Bean na céille agus na ~e, a woman of sense and prudence.
Thug an focal i gcluais sin chun céille é, that whispered word brought him to his senses, made him see reason.
Ag ~im chun céille, getting sense.
Ar ~ céille, lacking in sense.
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