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TORTHAÍ IN FOCLÓIR GAEILGE—BÉARLA
radharc, m. (gs. & npl. -airc, gpl. ~). Sight. 1. Faculty of sight, vision. An ~ a bheith agat, to be able to see. ~ na súl, eyesight. Tá ~ mo shúl agam, I can see, judge, for myself. Bhí sé ag iarraidh ~ na súl a bhaint díom, he was trying to hoodwink me. Bhainfeadh sé an ~ as do shúil, it was dazzling. S.a. líon13. 2. Range of vision. Fad mo radhairc uaim, as far as I can, could, see. Teacht i ~, to come in sight. Dul as ~, ó ~, to disappear. Imigh as mo ~, get out of my sight. Ar dhul go ~ an tobair dom, when I got within sight of the well. 3. Look. ~ a fháil, a fheiceáil, ar rud, to get a look at sth. Ní fhaca mé ~ air le mí, I haven’t seen him for a month. 4. Prospect, view. An áit a mbeidh ~ againn ar an tír, where we will be able to view the country. ~ mara, tíre, seascape, landscape. Bhain an teach mór ~ an chuain dínn, the big house shut out our view of the harbour. 5. Thing seen. Is gránna an ~ é, it is an ugly sight. 6. Remarkable sight. Bhí ~ daoine ann, there was a ‘sight’, a great number, of people there. 7. Th: Scene. 8. Eye(s). An taobh geal dá ~, the whites of his eyes. Bhí an ~ iompaithe ina cheann le codladh, the eyes were turning in his head with sleep.
TORTHAÍ GAOLMHARA IN FOCLÓIR GAEILGE—BÉARLA
ABAIRTÍ IN FOCLÓIR GAEILGE—BÉARLA
Radharc ~, great, wonderful, scene.
~eadh a radharc air, he lost his sight.
Ag caolú a radhairc, narrowing, straining, his eyes.
Tháinig coinnle ar a shúile, ina radharc (le lúcháir, le fearg), his eyes lit (with joy), blazed (with anger).
~ radhairc, dimness of vision.
~ mo radhairc, as far as I can see.
Radharc ~, a pitiable sight.
Radharc ~, fearful sight.
~ radhairc, variety of scenery.
~ amhairc, radhairc, length of vision.
Radharc ~, extensive view.
~ a radhairc, the extent of his vision, as far as his eye could see.
Bheith ~ sa radharc, to be short-sighted.
~ sa radharc, short-sighted.
~ radhairc, shortsightedness.
Radharc ~, delightful view.
~ radhairc, intinne, acuteness of sight, of mind.
~ radhairc, dimming of eyesight.
Níl ~ ina shúile; níl ~ radhairc aige, he hasn’t a glimmer of sight.
~ a shúile, a radharc, air le hiontas, his eyes opened in astonishment.
Tá a radharc ag ~adh air, his sight is getting dim.
~ radhairc, cainte, indistinctness of vision, of speech.
~ radhairc, eyebright.
Radharc ~, resplendent view.
~ radhairc, view-finder.
~ radhairc, dimness of sight.
~ radhairc, destruction of view.
~ radhairc, dimness of vision.
~ chéadfach, éadain, éisteachta, luaile, mheánach, radhairc, sensory, facial, auditory, motor, median, visual, nerve.
B’álainn an radharc a ~ romhainn, a beautiful view opened out before us.
~ radhairc, opening out of view.
~ radhairc, range of vision.
~ radhairc, field of vision.
~ radhairc, field of vision.
A leithéid de radharc a bhí romhainn! What a scene met our eyes!
~ (radhairc), eyebright.
~ radhairc, distortion of sight.
Radharc ~, spacious view.
~ radhairc, optical illusion.
Tá ~ ar a radharc, his vision is impaired.
Shnámh mo radharc orm, everything swam before my eyes.
Níl ~ (de radharc) aige, he can’t see a stime.
Radharc a shuí, to set a scene.
Tá radharc maith air ón ~ seo, there is a good view of it from this side.
Tá ag dul dá radharc, his sight is failing.
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