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TORTHAÍ IN FOCLÓIR GAEILGE—BÉARLA
post1, m. (gs. & npl. poist, gpl. ~).(Timber) post, stake. ~ leapa, bed-post. (Of boat) ~ deiridh, stern-post. ~ a chur le rud, to prop sth. (Var:~a m)
post2, m. (gs. & npl. poist, gpl. ~). 1. Hist: Post, letter carrier. Teach poist, post-house. I b~ do bheith réidh, almost ready. 2. (Letter) post. Litir a chur sa phost, to post a letter. ~ na litreacha, na mbeart, letter-, parcel-, post. Rud a chur leis an b~, tríd an b~, to send sth. by post. Seirbhís phoist, postal service. S.a. cúrsa 1(c).3. Postman. (Var:~a m)
post3, m. (gs. & npl. poist, gpl. ~). 1. Mil: Post. ~ ceannais, comhraic, éisteachta, faire, rialaithe, command, combat, listening, look-out, control, post. Fairtheoir a chur ar ~, to post a sentry. 2. (Of employment) Post. ~ a fháil, a thabhairt do dhuine, to get, give s.o., a job. Tá ~ maith aige, he has a good job. ~ muiníne, position of trust. ~ mór, big job. I b~, in office. (Var:~a m)
TORTHAÍ GAOLMHARA IN FOCLÓIR GAEILGE—BÉARLA
ABAIRTÍ IN FOCLÓIR GAEILGE—BÉARLA
Duine a ainmniú do phost, ina iarrthóir, to nominate s.o. to a post, as a candidate.
Duine a ardú ina phost, i gcéim, to promote s.o. in his job, in rank.
A~ an Phoist, the General Post Office.
Duine a athrú as a phost, to transfer s.o. from his post.
~ litreacha, poist, mail-boat.
Ó bhall go post, from stem to stern.
~eadh as a phost é, he was dismissed from his post.
Chaith sé suas a phost, na leabhair, he gave up his job, abandoned his books.
2. ~ Aifrinn, bainise, beannachta, cuimhneacháin, fógraíochta, gnó, Nollag, poist, scóir, Mass-, wedding-, greeting-, in memoriam, show-, business-, Christmas, post-, score-, card.
Le ~ an phoist, by return of post.
~adh sa phost, ina rúnaí, é, he was appointed to the post, as secretary.
~ i bpost, designation to a post.
Post ~, permanent post.
Duine a chur as obair, as a phost, to put s.o. out of work, out of his job.
Duine a chur i bpost, san arm, to place s.o. in a job, in the army.
Cur isteach ar phost, to apply for a job.
Rud a chur le teachtaire, leis an bpost, to send sth. by messenger, by post.
~ poist, correspondence course.
D’~ sé as a phost, he resigned from his post.
~ an phoist, post-office guide.
An scoil, an post, a fhágáil, to leave school, the job.
Fuair sé post mar mhúinteoir, he got a job as a teacher.
~ poist, postman.
Post ~, vacant post.
Obair, post, a ghlacadh, to take up work, a post.
~ ar phost, ar cheadúnas, ar chúnamh, an application for a post, for a licence, for assistance.
Post ~, full-time job.
Tá sé le fear an phoist, the postman is taking it.
~ poist, postmaster.
~ phoist, post-mistress.
Iarrthóir a mholadh do phost, to recommend a candidate for a post.
Tá post ~ aige, he has a big job.
~ (an) phoist, post-office.
~ airgid, poist, money, postal, order.
~ phoist, postal sector.
Duine a shacáil (as post), to sack s.o. (from a job).
~ ar an bpost, post free.
Duine a scor as a phost, to retire s.o. from his post.
Post ~, permanent job.
~ an phoist, the postal service.
Sreang a shíneadh idir dhá phost, to stretch a wire between two posts.
2. ~ poist, postage stamp.
2. Litir, cárta poist, cáipéis, a ~, to stamp a letter, a post-card, a document.
Ó ~ go post, from stem to stern.
Post, tuarastal, pinsean, a thabhairt, to give a job, a salary, a pension.
Thug sé suas a phost, he gave up his job.
Airgead a thaisceadh in Oifig an Phoist, to deposit money in the Post-Office.
Thaobhaigh sé liom an post a ghlacadh, he urged me to accept the post.
Chuaigh an dá litir ~ a chéile sa phost, the two letters crossed in the post.
~omsa a fuair sé an post, he got the job through me.
ABAIRTÍ IN FOCLÓIR GAEILGE—BÉARLA
Duine a ainmniú do phost, ina iarrthóir, to nominate s.o. to a post, as a candidate.
A~ an Phoist, the General Post Office.
Duine a athrú as a phost, to transfer s.o. from his post.
~ téide, tethering post.
~ an leabhar mór, post the ledger.
~eadh as a phost é, he was dismissed from his post.
2. ~ Aifrinn, bainise, beannachta, cuimhneacháin, fógraíochta, gnó, Nollag, poist, scóir, Mass-, wedding-, greeting-, in memoriam, show-, business-, Christmas, post-, score-, card.
Le ~ an phoist, by return of post.
~ cloiche, block of stone; stone post.
~adh sa phost, ina rúnaí, é, he was appointed to the post, as secretary.
~ i bpost, designation to a post.
Post ~, permanent post.
3. ~ eolais, sign-post.
~ báire, goal-post.
~ críche, teorann, boundary post.
~ feistithe, mooring-post.
~ geata, gate post.
~ lampa, lamp-post.
~ tosaithe, starting-post.
~ treo, direction post.
Rud a chur le teachtaire, leis an bpost, to send sth. by messenger, by post.
D’~ sé as a phost, he resigned from his post.
~ an phoist, post-office guide.
Méar eolais, finger-post.
Post ~, vacant post.
An ghairm dheiridh, the last post.
~ geata, gate-post.
Obair, post, a ghlacadh, to take up work, a post.
Cúrsa ~, post-graduate course.
Faoi ~, post-dated.
~ ar phost, ar cheadúnas, ar chúnamh, an application for a post, for a licence, for assistance.
~ cosanta, defence post.
~ phoist, post-mistress.
~ eolais, finger-post.
Iarrthóir a mholadh do phost, to recommend a candidate for a post.
~ (an) phoist, post-office.
~ leapa, bed-post. (Of boat)
~ deiridh, stern-post.
Teach poist, post-house.
Litir a chur sa phost, to post a letter.
~ na litreacha, na mbeart, letter-, parcel-, post.
Rud a chur leis an b~, tríd an b~, to send sth. by post.
~ ceannais, comhraic, éisteachta, faire, rialaithe, command, combat, listening, look-out, control, post.
Fairtheoir a chur ar ~, to post a sentry.
Litir, beart, a phostáil, to post a letter, a parcel.
~ ar an bpost, post free.
Duine a scor as a phost, to retire s.o. from his post.
~ adhmaid, wooden post; stick of timber.
Ná seas ansin mar a bheadh ~ ann, don’t stand there like a post.
~ bó, tying-post for cow (in byre).
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