IN FOCLÓIR GAEILGE—BÉARLA
téigh i, v.i. 1. Go, proceed, to. Dul i dtír, to go ashore, to land. Dul i láthair coiste, to appear before a committee. Chuamar sa tóir orthu, we went in pursuit of them. Bhí siad ag dul i leith a gcúil, they were moving backwards. 2. Go into. Dul i bpoll, san uisce, to go into a hole, into the water. Ní rachaidh an eochair sa ghlas, the key won’t fit into the lock. Chuaigh sé sa dol, he was caught in the snare. Níor mhaith liom dul ina chrúcaí, I wouldn’t like to fall into his clutches. Téimis i bhfolach, let us go into hiding. Go dté mé i dtalamh, until I am dead and buried. 3. (a) Join. Dul i gcumann, to become a member of a society. Dul san arm, to join the army. Dul i gcomhluadar, to enter company. Chuamar sa mhórshiúl, we joined in the procession. (b) Set about. Chuaigh siad sna greamanna le chéile, they got to grips with one another. Má théim i gceann bata oraibh, if I take the stick to you. Ní rachadh sé sa téad linn, he wouldn’t help us to pull the rope. ~ san ualach leis, help him to carry the load. (c) Enter into. Dul i gcomhairle le duine, to take counsel with s.o. Chuaigh sé i mbannaí orm, he went bail for me. Rachaidh mé i bpáirt leat sa ghnó, I’ll go into partnership with you in the business. (d) Undertake, assume. Dul i gcúram ruda, to take charge of sth. Ag dul i gceannas ar na saighdiúirí, taking command of the soldiers. Ó chuaigh sé i gcoróin, since he acceded to the throne. (e) Fall into. Dul i gcontúirt, i ndeacracht, to get into danger, into a difficulty. Táimid ag dul i bhfiacha, we are getting into debt. Chuaigh sé i mbaol a anama, he risked his life. (f) Form. Chuaigh siad ina ranganna, ina gceathrair, they formed ranks, fours. (g) Offer, bid. Rachaidh mé punt ann, (i) I’ll contribute a pound to it, (ii) I’ll bid a pound for it. (h) Shrink. Chuaigh san éadach, the cloth shrank. 4. Enter into state of, become. Dul i méid, i neart, in aois, to grow big, strong, old. Ag dul i bhfeabhas, in olcas, improving, getting worse. Tá siad ag dul in éag, i ndearmad, they are dying out, being forgotten. Tá an cás ag dul in aimhréidh, the case is getting complicated. Chuaigh siad i scaoll, they panicked.
IN FOCLÓIR GAEILGE—BÉARLA
Chuaigh siad a dtriúr ann, they went there, all three of them.
Chuaigh an slaghdán in ~ ionam, my cold became chronic.
Ar ~ a chuaigh sé ann, he went there on spec.
Dul ~ i rud, to go wrong, make a mistake, in sth.
Bhí sé ~ leis féin i dtaobh dul ann, he regretted going there.
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.
Dul i mbannaí ar dhuine, to go bail for s.o.
Ag dul i m~, getting silly.
Dul i m~ ruda ar dhuine, to deprive s.o. of sth.
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.
Dul i m~, to become impoverished; to get into poor condition.
Dul i m~, to become soft.
Ag dul i m~, becoming beautiful, fine.
Dul i m~, to grow, prosper.
Dul i m~, to shoot up; to sprout.
Dul faoi bhun duine i margadh, to undercut s.o. in a deal.
Dul i m~ oibre, to set to work.
Chuaigh an duán i g~ an éisc, the hook caught in the mouth of the fish.
Dul, teacht, i g~ ar dhuine, to go, come, to s.o.’s assistance.
~ é a bheadh orm gan dul ann? Why should I not go there?
Bheith, dul, i g~ le duine, to be, become, intimate with s.o.
Níor ~eadh leath dá ndeachaigh i gcontúirt, all that is ventured is not lost; nothing venture, nothing win.
Téann ~ i ngach ní, nothing is permanent.
An té a bhfuil an ~ ann, he who is crooked by nature.
Dul i g~ ar rud a dhéanamh, to put oneself in the way of doing sth.
Tá dul chun cinn ann, he is progressive.
Dul i g~, to assume authority, command.
Ag dul i g~ ar a chéile, getting fond of each other.
Dul i g~, to form a square.
Dul i g~ (agus i gcumhacht), to attain to rank (and power).
Dul i g~, to rise to ascendancy.
Dul i g~, to take effect.
An rud is mó a chuaigh i g~ orm, what influenced me most.
Dul i g~ (le), to form a marriage alliance (with).
Chuaigh sé i gcluasa an tsagairt, the priest got wind of it.
Chuaigh an buille sin i ndeas don chnámh, that thrust went home.
Chuaigh siad i g~ a chéile, they attacked, argued hotly with, each other.
Chuaigh an bia i mo chogansach, the food went down the wrong way, went with my breath.
Dul i g~ le duine, to quarrel, contend violently, with s.o.
Dul i g~ le duine, to take counsel with s.o.
Dul i ndáil chomhairle, to meet in council.
Dul i g~ le duine i rud, to combine, co-operate, with s.o. in sth.
Dul i g~, chun comhraic, le duine, to encounter, fight, s.o.
Dul chun cónaithe, dul a chónaí, ann, to take up residence there.
Dul i g~, to incur danger.