IN FOCLÓIR GAEILGE—BÉARLA
Bhí mé anseo ar feadh an achair, I was here all the while.
I rith, ar feadh, an ~a, all the time.
Bhíomar ag bualadh bóthair ar feadh an lae, we were tramping the road all day.
Ar feadh an bheatha, an domhain, an tsaoil, bhraonaigh, throughout the whole wide world.
An ~ idir dhá rud, the space between two things.
Ar an bh~ seo, all this while.
Ní raibh duine ar an bh~ sin nár aithin é, he was recognized by everybody all along that line.
An ~ is cuimhin liom é, as long as I remember him.
Ar ~ an lae, during the day, all day.
Ar ~ an ama, na haimsire, sin, during all that time.
~ an bhóthair, an chladaigh, (all) along the road, the shore.
Buaileadh ar ~ an bhéil é, he was struck across the mouth.
Ghluais sé leis ar feadh an lae, he travelled on all day.
Ghreamaigh sé díom, ionam, ar feadh an lae, he stuck close to me all day.
Bhí sé ag ~ thart ar feadh an lae, he was loitering about all day.
~ an sneachta sna polláin ar feadh seachtaine, the snow lay in the hollows for a week.
Ina b~ feadh an bhóthair, in single file along the road.
Níor ~ siad feadh an lae den turas sin, they continued the journey all day without stop.
Mhair sé ar an ~ sin ar feadh na hoíche, he kept talking like that all night.
Níor thóg sé ceann as an obair ar feadh an lae, he remained bent over his work all day.