New English-Irish Dictionary
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over

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preposition
1 preposition duringi gcaitheamh  c m ui rith  c m ule linn  c m uthar prep  c m uover the winter period i rith an gheimhridh, le linn an gheimhridh, sa gheimhreadhhe's changed a lot over the years tá athrú mór tagtha air thar na blianta, tá athrú mór tagtha air le himeacht na mblianta, tá athrú mór tagtha air in imeacht na mbliantawhat were you doing over Christmas? céard a bhí tú a dhéanamh i gcaitheamh na Nollag?, cad a bhí tú a dhéanamh thar an Nollaig?his Irish improved over time tháinig feabhas ar a chuid Gaeilge leis an aimsir, d'fheabhsaigh a chuid Gaeilge le himeacht aimsirethey talked about this and that over a cup of coffee labhair siad faoi chúrsaí an tsaoil agus cupán caife á ól acu, labhair siad faoi chúrsaí an tsaoil le linn dóibh bheith ag ól cupán caife 2 preposition more thanníos mó náos cionn  c m uover eighteen years of age os cionn ocht mbliana déag d'aoistwo over par dhá bhuille os cionn an pharhe has been waiting for over an hour tá sé ag fanacht le breis agus uair an chloigwell over 5 million people visit Ireland each year tagann i bhfad níos mó ná 5 mhilliún duine ar cuairt go hÉirinn gach bliain
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3 preposition across the topthar prep  c m uthe horse leapt over the fence léim an capall thar an gclaí 4 preposition above, not touchingthar prep  c m uos cionn  c m uover the edge of the cliff thar imeall na haille 5 preposition at a distance from somewhere elsethe post office was moved over the road bogadh oifig an phoist trasna an bhóthair, bogadh oifig an phoist go dtí an taobh eile den bhótharshe came over to Ireland for the first time last month tháinig sí anall go hÉirinn den chéad uair an mhí seo caitehe went over to America when he was very young chuaigh sé anonn go Meiriceá nuair a bhí sé an-ógover here anseoI've got lots of Irish friends over here tá an-chuid cairde as Éirinn agam abhus anseodo you see the castle over there? an bhfeiceann tú an caisleán thall ansin?, an bhfeiceann tú an caisleán thall ansiúd?you had better get over there right away b'fhearr duit dul anonn ansin anois díreach, b'fhearr duit imeacht sall ar an bpointethe bridge is over this way tá an droichead an bealach seo, is sa treo seo atá an droichead 6 preposition aboveos cionn  c m uhe lives over the shop tá cónaí air os cionn an tsiopajust over the knee díreach os cionn na glúine 7 preposition coveringanuas ar  c m ushe poured the sauce over the fish dhoirt sí an t-anlann anuas ar an iascthe Irish flag was over his coffin bhí bratach na hÉireann ar a chónra 8 preposition across surfacear prep  c m ushe spread the butter over the bread chuir sí an t-im ar an aránshe spilt a glass of wine over him dhoirt sí gloine fíona air 9 preposition on topar prep  c m uthe carrots were cooked over a low heat rinneadh na cairéid a chócaráil ar theas ísealhe was hit over the head with a bottle buaileadh sa chloigeann le buidéal é, buaileadh ar an gcloigeann le buidéal é 10 preposition recoveredI'm over the cold now tá an slaghdán curtha díom agam anois, tá an slaghdán díom anoisI don't think she'll ever get over that blow ní dóigh liom go dtiocfaidh sí as an mbuille sin go bráchI'm so over him! tá mé bogtha ar aghaidh go hiomlán uaidh!, tá dearmad iomlán déanta agam air! 11 preposition throughoutar fud  c m uhe showed me over the house thaispeáin sé an teach ar fad domI work all over Ireland bímse ag obair ar fud na hÉireann, bímse ag obair fud fad na hÉireanndelegates came from all over Europe tháinig toscairí ó gach cearn den Eoraipthe whole thing had stalemate written all over it bhí an chuma air ó thús deireadh go mbeadh comhscór ann 12 preposition covering a large partI had spots of paint all over me bhí spotaí péinte gach áit orm, bhí spotaí péinte orm ó bhun go barr 13 preposition preferenceseachas prep  c m uthar prep  c m uto choose sth over sth else rud a roghnú thar rud eileI wouldn't recommend any of them over the other ní mholfainn aon cheann acu seachas a chéile 14 preposition time taken to do sthle prep  c m uhe must have laboured over it ní mór ná gur chaith sé dua leis, ní mór ná gur chaith sé dua ina cheannshe took four hours over it chaith sí ceithre uair an chloig leis 15 preposition medium, meansar prep  c m ucredit card payments can be made over the phone is féidir íocaíochtaí cárta creidmheasa a dhéanamh ar an bhfón 16 preposition aboutfaoi prep  c m umaidir le  c m umar gheall ari dtaobh  c m udon't fret over small things ná bíodh imní ort faoi rudaí fánacha 17 preposition regardingfaoi prep  c m umaidir le  c m ui leith  c m uthe controversy over his theories still remains tá an chonspóid faoina chuid teoiricí fós annI have no control over it níl aon neart agam air 18 preposition in respect ofar prep  c m uhe claimed no authority over them níor mhaígh sé údarás ar bith orthu 19 preposition MATH divisionos cionn  c m utwo thirds is the same as two over three is ionann dhá thrian agus a dó os cionn a trídistance over time fad roinnte ar am 20 preposition soundos cionn  c m uhis whistle was heard over the wind bhí an fhead a lig sé le cloisteáil os cionn na gaoithe, chualathas an fhead a lig sé thar an ngaoth
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21 adverb directionanonn  c m usall  c m uI'll send the photos over to you soon cuirfidh mé na grianghraif anonn chugat go luath 22 adverb at your placea friend invited me over to his apartment thug cara cuireadh chun a árasáin domI wasn't in when my neighbour came over for a visit ní raibh mé istigh nuair a tháinig comharsa liom chun an tí ar cuairtwe had a chap over from Australia recently bhí fear as an Astráil abhus againn le deireanas, bhí Astrálach fir chugainn le deireanasthere's always a place to stay if you're ever over this way tá áit le fanacht i gcónaí agat má bhíonn tú riamh thart sna rutaí seo 23 adverb towards the sidei leataobh  c m uhe pulled over to let us pass tharraing sé i leataobh chun muid a scaoileadh thairis, tharraing sé isteach le muid a ligean thairismove over and let us in! bogaigí anonn agus ligigí isteach muid! 24 adverb opposite directionbunoscionn  c m udroim ar aisshe turned the sheet of paper over thiontaigh sí an bhileog pháipéir droim ar aishe flipped the pancake over d'iompaigh sé an phancóg bunoscionn 25 adverb from one thing to anotherthe children switched over to English when the teacher left the classroom d'iompaigh na páistí ar an mBéarla nuair a d'fhág an múinteoir an seomra ranga 26 adverb transfer to another personhe transferred his assets over to a relative d'aistrigh sé a chuid sócmhainní chuig duine gaoil leisshe handed the money over thug sí an t-airgead uaithi 27 adverb turning back on itselfar ais  c m ufold the edges over fill na himill ar ais orthu féin, iompaigh na himill isteach 28 adverb in detail, thoroughlyyou might be better off to talk it over with your own doctor b'fhéidir gurbh fhearr duit é a phlé le do dhochtúir féin 29 adverb repetitionarís  c m uover and over arís is arís eilethey could have sold all the tickets several times over d'fhéadfaidís na ticéid ar fad a dhíol arís agus arís eilehe repeats the same points over and over again déanann sé na pointí céanna arís is arís eilewe have the time to do it over tá an t-am againn chun é a dhéanamh arísit feels like I'm in sixth class all over again! is geall le bheith ar ais i rang a sé é!click here to start over again cliceáil anseo chun tosú arís, cliceáil anseo le tosú athuair 30 adverb overlydon't be over hard on yourself ná bí róchrua ort féin 31 adverb TV-RAD end of transmissionuntil the next time, over and out go dtí an chéad uair eile, go dté sibh slán; go dtí go gcastar ar a chéile arís muid, go n-éirí an saol agus an aimsir libh 32 adverb handing to sb elseI'll say a couple of words then we'll go over to you déarfaidh mise cúpla focal agus ansin rachaimid anonn chugatsa 33 adverb fallshe fell over thit síhe tripped over and hurt his leg baineadh tuisle as agus ghortaigh sé a chosover I went síos liom
adjective
34 adjective finishedthart  c m ucríochnaithe  c m uI will meet you once the meeting is over buailfidh mé leat a luaithe agus a bheidh an cruinniú thart, buailfidh mé leat an dá luas agus a thiocfaidh deireadh leis an gcruinniúthe marriage is over tá deireadh leis an bpósadh'It's all over between us,' she said. 'Tá deireadh déanta againn,' arsa sise.; 'Táimid réidh,' arsa sise.; 'Tá deireadh linn,' arsa sise. 35 adjective remaininghe paid for the plane ticket and had something over d'íoc sé as an ticéad eitleáin agus bhí airgead aige sa bhreis air sin, d'íoc sé as an ticéad eitleáin agus bhí airgead fágtha aigethey opened the box of biscuits left over from Christmas d'oscail siad an bosca brioscaí a bhí fágtha ón Nollaig 36 adjective more thanos cionn  c m uníos mó  c m uapplicants must be aged 18 or over ní mór d'iarratasóirí bheith 18 mbliana d'aois nó os a chionn
noun
37 noun SPOR set of balls bowled in cricketcor masc1  c m u
phrases

to be all over sb

(also

to be all over sb like a rash

) informal bheith sáite i nduinebheith greamaithe de dhuineshe was all over him at the party bhí sí sáite ann ag an gcóisir, bhí sí ag slabáil air ag an gcóisir

to get one over on sb

informal ceann a chur trasna ar dhuinehe got one over on his enemy chuir sé ceann trasna ar a namhaid, d'imir sé díoltas ar a namhaid

to get sth over with

rud a chur díotI just couldn't wait to get the exam over with b'fhada liom go gcuirfinn an scrúdú díomlet's get it over with! bímis réidh leis!

over and done with

I wanted to get the shopping over and done with bhí mé ag iarraidh bheith réidh leis an tsiopadóireachtas far as we're concerned the matter is over and done with fágfaimid tharainn é mar scéal

to put one over on sb

informal dallamullóg a chur ar dhuinebob a bhualadh ar dhuine

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