IN FOCLÓIR GAEILGE—BÉARLA
Ag gabháil ~ gach conaire, taking all the shorter paths.
Bhí sé le ~, ag gabháil le ~, he was going crackers.
Tá an saol ag gabháil i g~, all’s well with the world.
Ag gabháil cheoil, singing.
~ a chasadh, a chur ag gabháil, to wind, start, a clock.
I g~ ag gabháil dom, forever at me.
Bhí siad ag déanamh, ag gabháil, ~ an mháilín dá chéile, they were pulling and tearing at each other.
Rud a chur ag gabháil, ag oibriú, to set sth. going, working.
Ag gabháil ~ gcuid oibre, attending to our work.
Bheith ag gabháil don ~, ag foghlaim ~, to be in the law, to study law.
Ag gabháil dá chéile ~, attacking each other vigorously.
Ag ~áil an bhóthair, going the road.
Ag ~áil cheoil, fhoinn, singing.
Ag ~áil na salm, chanting the psalms.
Ag ~áil abhaile, chun na hoifige, ar turas, go hÁrainn, thar sáile, going home, to the office, on a journey, to Aran, overseas.
Bhí sé ag ~áil leathchéad míle san uair, he was doing fifty miles an hour.
Tá siad ag ~áil isteach ina bpéirí, they are entering in pairs.
Tá sé ag ~áil lastuas díom, it is overcoming me.
Cá bhfuil tú ag ~áil? Where are you going?
Ag ~áil ar scoil, san arm, chun farraige, going to school, into the army, to sea.
Tá siad ag ~áil chun an dlí le chéile, they are going to law with one another.
Bóthar atá ag ~áil ó thuaidh agus ó dheas, a road that runs north and south.
Tá sé ag ~áil as seo go Sligeach, it goes from here to Sligo.
Níl sí ach ag ~áil go gualainn air, she only reaches to his shoulder.
Tá an lá ag ~áil thart, the day is passing.
Bhí an cluiche ag ~áil inár gcoinne, the game was going against us.
Tá an saol ag ~áil i gceart (acu), everything is going right (with them).
Na hógánaigh atá ag ~áil anois, the young fellows who are going nowadays.
Tá an clog, an t-inneall, ag ~áil, the clock, the engine, is going.
Bhí sé ag ~áil lena lámha, he was gesticulating with his hands.
Tá a teanga ag ~áil fós, her tongue is still wagging.
Bím ag ~áil ó mhaidin go hoíche, I keep going from morning till night.
Rud a chur, a choinneáil, ag ~áil, to start sth., to keep sth. going.
Choinnigh sí an leanbh ag ~áil, she kept the child occupied, amused.
Ag ~áil a chaint, ag caint, going to speak.
Tá sé ag ~áil a bheith ina mhúinteoir, he is going to be a teacher.
Tá an leanbh ag ~áil a chodladh, the child is going to sleep.
Bhí siad ag ~áil á bhualadh, they were going to beat him.
Bhí sí ag ~áil aniar, she was with child.
Tá siad ag ~áil ar na rámhaí, they are taking to the oars.
Ag ~áil ar marcaíocht, ar muin capaill, ar an traein, going riding, on horse-back, by train.
Ag ~áil ar sodar, ar cosa in airde, going at a trot, at a gallop.
Ag ~áil ar snámh ar an abhainn, going afloat on the river.
Ag ~áil lom ar an ngaoth, sailing close to the wind.
Ag ~áil ar bhéala Dé, flying in the face of God.
Ag ~áil ar seachrán, ar buile, going astray, mad.
Tá sé ag ~áil ort, he is imposing on you.
Ag ~áil as faisean, going out of fashion.
Ag ~áil as amharc, going out of sight.
Ag ~áil as aithne, becoming unrecognizable.