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TORTHAÍ IN FOCLÓIR GAEILGE—BÉARLA
téigh ag, v.i. Succeed, prevail. Chuaigh agam é a dhéanamh, I managed to do it. Téann ag an neart ar an gceart, might is right. Má théann agat air, (i) if you can manage it, (ii) if you can prevail over him. Ní dheachaigh aige, he didn’t succeed. Má théann aige an oíche a chur thairis gheobhaidh sé aothú, if he can live out the night he will have passed the crisis.
ABAIRTÍ IN FOCLÓIR GAEILGE—BÉARLA
Tá sé ag dul, ag tarraingt, ~, he is dying.
Is maith an té atá ag tabhairt achasáin uaidh, the pot calling the kettle black.
Bhí na scaotha ~ na scaotha éan ag dul ó dheas, there were flocks and flocks of birds going south.
Thit sé ~ é ag dul thar an droichead, he fell as he was crossing the bridge.
Tá an tine ag dul in ~, the fire is going out.
Tá sé ag dul as, ó, ~ (na ndaoine), he is changing beyond recognition.
Ag dul chun anaitis le chéile, getting peeved, angry, with each other.
Tá an lá ag dul chun anaitis, the day is getting bad, becoming disagreeable.
Ag dul in ~, getting stormy, rough.
Ag dul ~, going there.
Tá sé ag dul ~ sa lá, sa saol, it is getting late in the day, in life.
Tá an teach ag dul chun ~, the house is getting weather-beaten, falling into disrepair.
Ag dul chun ~ agus chun ainreachta, going to rack and ruin.
Tá an ~ ag teacht air; tá sé ag dul (anonn) in ~, he is getting old.
Ag dul ar ~, advancing, progressing.
Tá an duine bocht ag dul as i gcónaí, the poor fellow is fading away.
An tír ag dul i m~, chun ~, the country becoming waste, depopulated.
Ag dul i m~, getting silly.
Ag dul i m~, growing fat, corpulent.
Chuaigh an dealg, an focal, i m~ ionam, sa bheo agam, the thorn, the statement, pierced me to the quick.
Tá an saothrú ag dul i m~, ar ~, earnings are increasing.
An té a bhfuil ~ aige (ar rudaí), he who can smell (things).
Is trua an té atá ag brath oraibh, anyone who depends on you is to be pitied.
Chuaigh an ~ sa cheann dó, aige, the drink went to his head.
An té a bhfuil an t-arbhar aige ~adh sé bró, whoever has grain let him pick a quern.
Ag dul i m~, becoming beautiful, fine.
Tá an lá, an stoirm, ag dul ar ~, the day, the storm, is setting in properly.
Ag dul i g~ ar a chéile, getting fond of each other.
7. Rachadh cuid mhór acu ~ tonna, it would take a lot of them to make a ton.
Tá an fuacht ag dul sna ~a aige, he feels the cold in his bones.
Tá siad ag dul ó chomhaireamh orm, I am losing count of them.
Tá siad féin is a g~ ag dul in aghaidh a chéile, they belie their appearance.
An chreidiúint atá ag dul dó, the credit that is due to him.
Tá sí ag dul ó chrích, her prospects of marriage are fading.
Bhí a chroí ag dul amach ar a bhéal, his heart was in his mouth.
Ag dul i g~, getting harder; becoming hardy, sturdy.
Le ~ an té is sine againn, in the memory of the oldest inhabitant.
An té nach bhfuil ~ aige dom, he who has no regard for me.
Bó ag dul ó dháir, a cow going past her heat.
Tá sé ag dul i n~ ar an trácht, he is becoming confident in traffic.
Ag dul chun ~, i n~, getting dearer.
Tá an lá ag dul i n~, the day is picking up.
Ag dul i n~, chun ~, getting late.
1. Tá sé ag dul chun deireanais; tá an ~ ag teacht, it is getting late, the night is coming on.
Ag dul i n~, getting nicer.
Fad is a bheas grian ag dul ~, whilst the sun follows its course, to the end of time.
Bhí siad ag dul i n~ a gcúil, they were moving, falling, backwards.
Tá sé ag dul i n~ a láimhe, he is falling behind with his work; he is failing in his strength.
Tá mo lón ag dul i n~, my provisions are running out.
3. Tá an oíche ag dul chun doid, it is getting to be a violent night.
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