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The National Terminology Database for Irish
Baara · bara · Bárá · barda · barr
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Torthaí beachta Exact matches
GAbarra fir4
gu barra, iol barraí
ENbar s
(of sand, etc.)
GAbarra fir4
gu barra, iol barraí
ENbar s
(in court)
Socraítear le mír 4 den Dara Sceideal a ghabhann leis an Acht Aturnaetha, 1954 (Uimh. 36 de 1954) gur trí bliana an téarma a bheidh le cur isteach faoi dhintiúirí printíseachta ag duine a glaodh chun an bharra agus a bheidh, sula rachaidh sé faoi cheangal dintiúirí, tar éis a chur faoi deara é féin a dhíbharrú. FOINSE: I.R. 1981
Paragraph 4 of the Second Schedule to the Solicitors' Act, 1954 (No. 36 of 1954) fixes the term to be served under indentures of apprenticeship at three years for a person who, having been called to the bar, has, before becoming bound, procured himself to be disbarred.
GAbarra fir4
gu barra, iol barraí
(ar éide mhíleata le grád a léiriú)
ENbar s
(indicating rank on military uniform)
GAgéag bain2
gu géige, ai géaga, gi géag
barra fir4
gu barra, iol barraí
ENbar s
Torthaí gaolmhara Related matches
GAbarra fir4 amuigh (in aice leis an mórthír/near mainland)
barra fir4 amach ón gcósta (i bhfad amach ón mórthír/considerable distance from mainland)
GAbarra fir4 clingíní
ai barraí clingíní
ENchime bar s
pl chime bars
(instrument)
GAbarra fir4 daite
ai barraí daite
(patrún tástála)
ENcolour bar s
pl colour bars
(test pattern)
DRÉACHT-IONTRÁIL
DRAFT ENTRY
GAbarra fir4 maisiúil le faomhadh/for approval
ai barraí maisiúla
ENdecorative tack s
pl decorative tacks
DRÉACHT-IONTRÁIL
DRAFT ENTRY
GAbarra fir4 miotail le faomhadh/for approval
Ní ceadmhach do bhogearraí (e.g. breisithe) rochtain ar ghnéithe brabhsálaí a athrú nó a theorannú trí chlár, lena n-áirítear ach gan a bheith teoranta do: an barra seoltaí, an leathanach baile, an bosca cuardaigh, leathanach an táib nua, nó ceanáin.
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