New English-Irish Dictionary
  • EN > GA
  • GA > EN

get through

1 (v + adv) survive
INTRANSITIVEtar as PhrV  c m utar slán VP  c m uhow did I get through? cén chaoi ar tháinig mé as?how will you get through? cén dóigh a dtiocfaidh tú slán?
TRANSITIVEtar slán as VPcuir isteach PhrV  c m ucuir thar PhrV  c m uthey need help to get through the winter tá cabhair uathu le teacht slán as an ngeimhreadh, tá cúnamh uathu chun an geimhreadh a chur isteach
2 (v + adv) complete successfully
INTRANSITIVEI got through d'éirigh liom, chuaigh agam
TRANSITIVEhow did he get through the driving test? cén chaoi ar éirigh leis sin pas a fháil sa scrúdú tiomána?
Show full entry 
3 (v + prep) last TRANSITIVEcuir isteach  c m uthey can't get through a day without falling out ní thig leo lá a chur isteach gan titim amach, ní féidir leo lá a chaitheamh gan titim amach 4 (v + adv) informal scold, punish INTRANSITIVEwait untiI I get through with him fan go mbeidh mise réidh leis, fan go mbeidh mise críochnaithe leis 5 (v + prep) deal with TRANSITIVEI've a lot of work to get through tá go leor oibre le déanamh agamthere was a lot to get through at the meeting bhí cuid mhór le plé ag an gcruinniúI got through a stack of work today chuir mé moll mór oibre díom inniu 6 (v + adv) consume, use TRANSITIVEI get through €200 a week caithim €200 sa tseachtainhe gets through a bottle a day ólann sé buidéal sa láshe gets through a novel a week léann sí úrscéal sa tseachtainwe get through a lot of fuel in this house ídímid cuid mhaith breosla sa teach seo 7 (v + adv) on phone INTRANSITIVEI got through to her straight away d'éirigh liom teagmháil a dhéanamh léi láithreach, d'éirigh liom labhairt léi ar an bpointeI phoned you a couple of times but couldn't get through ghlaoigh mé ort cúpla uair ach bhí an líne gafa, scairt mé ort cúpla uair ach ní raibh mé ábalta tú a fháil 8 (v + adv) be understood INTRANSITIVEtéigh i gcionis the message getting through? an bhfuil an teachtaireacht ag dul i gcion?, an bhfuil an teachtaireacht ag dul abhaile?the message is getting through to them tá an teachtaireacht ag dul i bhfeidhm orthu, tá siad ag tosú ar an scéal a thuiscint 9 (v + adv) communicate successfully
INTRANSITIVEI can't get through to him ní féidir liom dul i bhfeidhm air
TRANSITIVEI can't get it through to her that ... ní féidir liom a chur ina luí uirthi go ...; ní thig liom a chur i gcion uirthi go ...
10 (v + adv) qualify INTRANSITIVEtéigh ar aghaidh VPcáiligh verb  c m uthey got through to the final d'éirigh leo dul ar aghaidh chuig an gcluiche ceannais, d'éirigh leo an cluiche ceannais a bhaint amachyou got through to the next stage of the process cháiligh tú don chéad chéim eile sa phróiseas 11 (v + adv) arrive INTRANSITIVEceann scríbe a shroicheadhthree shipments got through shroich trí lasta ceann scríbe, bhain trí lasta ceann scríbe amachthe food isn't getting through to the people níl an bia ag teacht chomh fada leis na daoine 12 (v + adv) POL pass
INTRANSITIVEwill it get through? an rithfear é?they tried to stop the bill getting through rinne siad iarracht stop a chur le rith an bhille, rinne siad iarracht an bille a chloí
TRANSITIVEto get a bill through bille a rith, bille a chur tríd informal
13 (v + adv) pass through
INTRANSITIVEthe hole is small - will you get through? tá an poll beag - an mbeidh tú ábalta dul tríd?the crowd was too big - I couldn't get through bhí an slua rómhór - ní fhéadfainn mo bhealach a dhéanamh tríd
TRANSITIVEwe couldn't get the cow through the gap ní rabhamar in ann an bhó a chur tríd an mbearna
→ see get

Phrases and Examples in other entries