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An Bunachar Náisiúnta Téarmaíochta don Ghaeilge
The National Terminology Database for Irish
caoch · catach · cath · cutch · CAC
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Torthaí beachta Exact matches
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DRÉACHT-IONTRÁIL
ENcatch v
(an object)
GAgreamaigh br le faomhadh/for approval
abr greamú, aidbhr greamaithe
(rud)
ENcatch v
(illness, disease)
GAtolg br
abr tolgadh, aidbhr tolgtha
(tinneas, galar)
ENcatch s
(of gate)
GAclíce fir4
gu clíce, iol clící
lúb bain2
gu lúibe, ai lúba, gi lúb
(ar gheata)
ENcatch v
(ball)
GAgabh br
abr gabháil, aidbhr gafa
beir br (ar)
abr breith, aidbhr beirthe
ceap br
abr ceapadh, aidbhr ceaptha
greamaigh br
abr greamú, aidbhr greamaithe
(liathróid)
catch under pressure
ceap faoi bhrú
catch the ball against the fingers
ceap an liathróid i gcoinne na méar
catch the ball in the left hand
greamaigh an sliotar i do lámh chlé
For the first goal he caught a lovely ball high up in the air and sent it straight to Eoin who scored a beautiful goal.
Don chéad chúl ghreamaigh sé ar liathróid ghleoite ard san aer agus sheol sé é go paiteanta chuig Eoin a d'aimsigh cúl álainn.
catch the hurling ball in the air
beir san aer ar an sliotar
Torthaí gaolmhara Related matches
A practice originating in the late 1930s to conserve fish populations by unhooking and returning a caught fish to the water in which it was caught.
Éisc a ghabhtar a chur ar ais san uisce arís, chun an stoc éisc a chaomhnú.
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DRÉACHT-IONTRÁIL
GAceangail br den ghúna le faomhadh/for approval