IN FOCLÓIR GAEILGE—BÉARLA
Bhí an bhoige riamh ionat, you were always easily led, imposed upon.
Ní raibh aige ach boinn, the trail led him nowhere.
Is minic a chealg briathra míne cailín críonna, many a prudent girl was led astray with honeyed words.
Tháinig an t-aon le ~, the ace was led.
Is furasta ~ a chur air, he is easily advised, led.
Bheith ar chomhairle duine, to be influenced, led, by s.o.
Dhathaigh sé an t-aon, he led the ace of trumps.
Is leis a ~adh é, it led to his undoing.
~ mearaí, mearbhaill, spot of ground on which one is supposed to be led astray; cause of confusion.
Chuir sé ~ air féin lena chaiteachas, his spending led him into debt.
Thug mé liom ar ghreim láimhe é, I led him by the hand.
~ sé air (féin) liom go raibh sé tinn, he led me to believe that he was sick.
~ mbeadh de ach troid, even if it only led to a fight.
Chuaigh sé ó fhocal go focal, one word led to another.
Dul chun ~ le rud, to be led into sin by sth.
Tháinig ~ triuf, clubs were led.
Threoraigh sé ar bhealach a slánaithe iad, he led them along the road to salvation.