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TORTHAÍ IN FOCLÓIR GAEILGE—BÉARLA
dúshlán, m. (gs. & npl. -áin, gpl. ~). Challenge, defiance. ~ duine a thabhairt, to challenge s.o., to defy s.o. ~ a chur faoi dhuine, to throw down the gage to s.o. Thug sé mo dhúshlán léim a ghearradh leis, he challenged, dared, me to jump against him. Thug sé ~ na farraige, he braved the sea. Má thugann sé ~ an dlí, if he defies the law. Ná bí ag iarraidh ~ Dé a thabhairt, don’t try to fly in the face of God. Thug an sliabh a n~, the mountain defied, withstood, their efforts. Is é do dhúshlán é, it will try you to the limit. Rud a dhéanamh as ~, to do sth. out of bravado. Ar láthair, ar mhachaire, an dúshláin, on the scene, the field, of challenge, of battle. Do dhúshlán é a dhéanamh, I dare you to do it. Do dhúshlán! Mo dhúshlán fút! I defy you!
ABAIRTÍ IN FOCLÓIR GAEILGE—BÉARLA
Dúshlán fhear ~ann, ar fhearaibh ~ann, a challenge to the men of Ireland.
Dúshlán a fhreagairt, to respond to a challenge.
Ghabh sé an dúshlán air féin, he took it on himself to answer the challenge.
Dul ar mhachaire an dúshláin le duine, to fight s.o. in the open.
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