IN FOCLÓIR GAEILGE—BÉARLA
~ a shuí, a scaoileadh, to pitch, strike, camp.
Chlis sé suas, as a chodladh, as a shuí, he started up, out of his sleep, out of his seat.
Atá ina shuí ar dheaslámh Dé, who sits at the right hand of God.
Éirí i do shuí, to sit up, to rise.
Éirí i do shuí, to sit up, to rise from recumbent position.
~acht i do shuí, i do sheasamh, to remain sitting, standing.
Ina shuí ar a ghaireanáta, sitting on his hunkers.
Bhí sé ina shuí ansin agus ~ focal as, he sat there without saying a word.
Bhí sé ina shuí ansin ag déanamh a ghearáin leis féin, he sat there feeling sorry for himself.
~ a chur ina shuí, to start a hare; to bring up a matter for discussion, to start an argument.
Bheith i do luí, i do shuí, i do sheasamh, to be lying, sitting, standing.
Ná bí i do shuí i ~ uainn, don’t sit apart from us.
Tá tú ~ i do shuí ansin, you must be weary sitting there.
agus) Agus mé i mo shuí anseo liom féin, as I sit here all alone.
Ná bí i do shuí ansin ag meabhrú, don’t sit there in a brown study.
~adh i do shuí, i do sheasamh, to sit, stand, up suddenly.
Bheith i do shuí go ~, to be sitting in comfort; to be comfortably well off.
Bheith i do shuí, i do luí, go ~, to be sitting, lying, in comfort.
Duine a chur ina shuí ar maidin, to get s.o. out of bed in the morning.
Tá an teach ina shuí ar bharr aird, the house is situated on top of a height.
An baile a bhfuil tú i do shuí ann faoi láthair, the town in which you are located at present.
Talamh a shuí (le duine), to let land (to s.o.).
Cúis, ceart, a shuí, to establish a case, a right.
Radharc a shuí, to set a scene.
Fágadh ina shuí ar a thóin é, he was left sitting there with nothing to do, left stranded.