IN FOCLÓIR GAEILGE—BÉARLA
D’~ ghuth, with one voice, unanimously.
Tháinig ~ ar a ghuth, his voice hardened.
Chuir sé ~ lena ghuth, he put more vigour into his voice.
Ghabh sé ar a anáil, ar a ghuth, ar a osna, he held his breath, restrained his voice, repressed a sigh.
Is é do ghuth a bhí ann, it was your voice.
Chaill mé mo ghuth, I have lost my voice.
Níl a ghuth aige, he is not in voice.
Tháinig a ghuth faoin ngairm aige, his prediction came true.
D’aon ghuth, with one voice, unanimously.
Do ghuth a thabhairt, to vote.
D’~ sé a ghuth, he lowered his voice.
Do ghuth a mhaolú, to lower, soften, one’s voice.
Cuir ~ le do theanga, le do ghuth, control your tongue.
Cuir ~ le do ghuth, raise your voice; speak up.
~ do ghuth, raise your voice.
~ a chur le do ghuth, to speak in a louder voice.