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passageway

(also

passageway

)
nounpasáiste masc4dorchla masc4  c m u

passage

noun
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1 noun (also passageway) long, narrow spacepasáiste masc4dorchla masc4  c m ua short distance along this passage achar gearr síos an pasáiste seo 2 noun LIT, MUS, PRESS section of writing or musicsliocht masc3  c m umír fem2  c m ua passage from the Bible sliocht as an mBíoblahe listened to a passage from the symphony d'éist sé le mír as an siansa, d'éist sé le píosa as an siansa
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3 noun particular periodtréimhse fem4  c m uachar masc1  c m useal masc3  c m uthere was a nice passage of combination play before the goal bhí píosa deas comhimeartha ann roimh an gcúl 4 noun way throughslí fem4  c m ubealach masc1  c m upasáiste masc4to clear a passage bealach a réiteachclear the passage for me! fág an bealach uaim! 5 noun action of movinggluaiseacht fem3  c m uimeacht masc3  c m u 6 noun right to pass throughright of passage cead bealaighthey denied us passage through their lands dhiúltaigh siad cead dúinn taisteal trína gcuid tailte 7 noun lapse of timeimeacht masc3  c m uwith the passage of time le himeacht aimsiredespite the passage of years d'ainneoin imeacht na mblianta 8 noun POL process of making lawrith masc3  c m uthe passage of the bill through the Houses of the Oireachtas rith an bhille trí Thithe an Oireachtais 9 noun ANAT tubelike structure in bodypasáiste masc4conair fem2  c m uair passage aerphasáiste, conair an aeir 10 noun TRANSP journey by shipaistear masc1  c m upasáiste masc4
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to work your passage

he worked his passage to America d'oibrigh sé a phasáiste go Meiriceá, d'oibrigh sé ar son a phaisinéireachta go Meiriceá