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harbour

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harbor

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1. noun NAUT mooring place for boats2. noun place of safety, protection3. verb nurse (thought, feeling)4. verb give shelter5. verb hide (criminal, fugitive)6. verb carry (bacteria, disease)7. verb NAUT moor in harbour 1 noun NAUT mooring place for boatscuan masc1  c m ucalafort masc1  c m ucaladh masc1  c m ufishing harbour cuan iascaireachtaa picturesque town by the harbour baile gleoite cois cuain 2 noun place of safety, protectiontearmann masc1  c m u
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3 verb nurse (thought, feeling) TRANSITIVEshe harboured a desire to return home bhí sé de rún aici filleadh abhailehe harbours a deep suspicion of the media tá sé go mór in amhras faoi na meáinthey harboured a resentment towards the police bhí cloch sa mhuinchille acu do na póilíní 4 verb give shelter TRANSITIVEtearmann a thabhairt dothe hedge harboured many birds thug an fál tearmann do mhórchuid éan, bhí an fál ina thearmann ag mórchuid éan 5 verb hide (criminal, fugitive) TRANSITIVEtearmann a thabhairt dodídean a thabhairt doto harbour a criminal tearmann a thabhairt do choirpeach 6 verb carry (bacteria, disease) TRANSITIVEiompair verb  c m uto harbour a disease galar a iompar 7 verb NAUT moor in harbour
INTRANSITIVEcuir i gcuancuan a ghabháilthe ship harboured in Cork ghabh an long cuan i gCorcaigh, ghabh an long i gcuan i gCorcaigh
TRANSITIVEmúráil i gcuanfeistigh verb  c m uthe boats were harboured for the winter bhí na báid feistithe i gcomhair an gheimhridh, bhí na báid curtha i gcuan i gcomhair an gheimhridh