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TORTHAÍ IN FOCLÓIR GAEILGE—BÉARLA
eolach1, a1. 1. Knowledgeable; learned, skilled; (with ar) informed in, familiar with. (a)Ceist a chur ar dhuine ~, to question s.o. who knows. Is ~ an fear é, he is a knowledgeable, a well-informed, man. Rinne sin ~ é, that helped him to understand; that taught him a lesson. Níl sé mórán níos eolaí dá bharr, he is not much the wiser for it. Tá tú chomh h~ liom féin, you know as much as I do. (b)Tá sé ~ ar an obair, he knows the work. Dá mbeinn ~ ar theangacha, if I had a knowledge of languages. ~ ar chúrsaí na tíre, familiar with the affairs of the country. Tá siad ~ ar a chéile, they know, understand, each other. Níl tú ~ go leor ar Sheán fós, you don’t know Seán’s ways well enough yet. 2. Familiar with ways, fit to guide. Tugaimis duine ~ linn, let us bring s.o. who can direct us. Tá sé ~ ar an áit, he knows his way about the place.
TORTHAÍ GAOLMHARA IN FOCLÓIR GAEILGE—BÉARLA
ABAIRTÍ IN FOCLÓIR GAEILGE—BÉARLA
~ ar rud, one with particular knowledge of sth.
~ mianach, mining expert.
~ teangacha, linguist.
~ fíona, connoisseur in wines.
~ éan, bird-fancier.
Níl mé i m’~ ar na gnóthaí seo, I am not well versed in these matters.
Bhí ~ maith linn, we had a good guide.
~ an phoist, post-office guide.
~ an teileafóin, telephone directory.
Is leor ~ don eolach, a word to the wise (is sufficient).
Tá sé an-eolach ~ ar chapaill, he knows a lot about horses.
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