IN FOCLÓIR GAEILGE—BÉARLA
An bhfuair tú a raibh uait? Did you get all that you wanted?
Cuir uait an ~, stop playing like a child.
Cuir uait na hagallaimh sin ort, give over your waggishness.
~ eile seanchainte uait, give no more back-answers.
Cuir uait an ~ sin, get rid of that habit, peculiarity.
Rud a ligean uait ar ~, to let sth. go easily, foolishly.
Bhí mé ag brath ar litir uait, I was expecting a letter from you.
~ uait é, throw it away, drop it.
~ eile a bheadh uait? What more would you want?
Cuir chugat is uait é, let it in and out.
Ba chineálta uait é, it was kind of you.
Cuir uait an chiotaí sin, don’t be so awkward, so shy.
~im arís uait é, say it again; repeat it if you dare.
Ná ~im focal uait, don’t let me hear a word from you.
~ chugat is uait é, put it to and fro.
Níl mé ag cur chugat ná uait, I am not interfering with you in any way.
~ uait an scian, put the knife away.
~ uait an amaidí, give over your foolishness.
Beagán de do chuid ~e(anna) uait! Let us have less of your smart talk!
~ chugat mar a dhearcas tú uait, do to others as you would have others do to you.
Ná cloisim ~ uait, let me not hear a murmur out of you.
Rud a thabhairt uait gan ~, to give sth. ungrudgingly.
Más ~ atá uait, if you want to know.
~ d’amhairc uait, as far as your eye can see.
Rud a fhágáil uait, to lay aside sth.
Cá bhfuair tú uait féin a leithéid a dhéanamh? How could you persuade yourself to do such a thing?
~ uait iad, chase them away.
~ uait iad, order them away from you.
In ainm na ~ (cuir uait é), (get rid of it) to blazes.
Is ~ uait é, you won’t have long to wait for it.
Do ghéaga a shíneadh (uait), to stretch (out) one’s limbs.
Cuir uait do ghearrchaint, none of your lip!
~ uait liomsa, come on along with me.
Níor thuill sé an ~ grua uait, you had no need to make him blush.
Ní chreidfinn an ~ uait, I wouldn’t believe anything you say.
Coinnigh fad do láimhe uait é, keep him at arm’s length.
Má theastaíonn sé uait cuir do dhá ~ air, if you want it grab it with both hands.
~ an téad chugat is uait, haul on the rope and slacken it (as suits).
~ chugat is uait, practise give and take; live and let live.
Rud a ~ean uait, to let sth. go; to cede, relinquish, sth.
Ná ~ an deis uait, don’t let the chance slip.
~ uait an tslat, let go the rod; put down the rod.
~ uait an chaint sin, stop that talk.
~ uait do spiorad, send forth thy spirit.
Ná ~ uait briathar gan chomhlíonadh, don’t utter a word that you do not mean to keep.
~ chugat is uait, give-and-take.
Ba mhaith uait é, it was good of you.