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The National Terminology Database for Irish
grean · Greek · greens · greet · Gen
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Torthaí beachta Exact matches
ENGreen s
pl Greens
(person)
GAGlasach fir1
gu Glasaigh, ai Glasaigh, gi Glasach
ENgreen s
GAuaine bain4
gu uaine, iol uainí
glas fir1
gu glais, ai glais, gi glas
Torthaí gaolmhara Related matches
ENblue-green alga s
pl blue-green algae
GAalga fir4 gormghlas
ai algaí gormghlasa
Use of commercial farms and agricultural landscapes as a basis for promoting mental and physical health, through normal farming activity
GAglasán fir1
gu glasáin, ai glasáin, gi glasán
mangach fir1
gu mangaigh, ai mangaigh, gi mangach
crothóg bain2 in úsáid/in use
gu crothóige, ai crothóga, gi crothóg
liúdar fir1 in úsáid/in use
gu liúdair, ai liúdair, gi liúdar
pollóg bain2 in úsáid/in use
gu pollóige, ai pollóga, gi pollóg
blocán fir1 in úsáid/in use
gu blocáin, ai blocáin, gi blocán
crothóg bain2 dhubh in úsáid/in use
ENgreen alga s
pl green algae
GAalga fir4 glas
ai algaí glasa
show the green card
an cárta glas a thaispeáint
get a green card
cárta glas a fháil
DRAFT ENTRY
DRÉACHT-IONTRÁIL
ENgreen currency s
pl green currencies
GAairgeadra fir4 glas
ai airgeadraí glasa
certification for sustainable tourism
an teastasú don turasóireacht inbhuanaithe
GAglasbhuaint bain2
gu glasbhuainte
The removal of immature grape bunches, typically for the purpose of decreasing yield. By removing the tiny, immature grapes while they are still green, the vine is induced to put all its energy into developing the remaining grapes. In theory this results in better ripening and the development of more numerous and mature flavour compounds. In the absence of a green harvest, a healthy, vigorous vine can produce dilute, unripe grapes. REF: Wikipedia http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Green_harvest (18.05.2006)
The removal of immature grape bunches, typically for the purpose of decreasing yield. By removing the tiny, immature grapes while they are still green, the vine is induced to put all its energy into developing the remaining grapes. In theory this results in better ripening and the development of more numerous and mature flavour compounds. In the absence of a green harvest, a healthy, vigorous vine can produce dilute, unripe grapes.
scriosadh iomlán nó asbhaint triopall fíonchaor fad is atá siad fós neamhaibí, ar an mbealach sin ag scriosadh tháirgeacht iomlán an limistéir sin