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sack

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1 verb informal EMPL dismiss from job TRANSITIVEbris verb  c m usacáil verban sac a thabhairt doto sack a member of staff ball foirne a bhriseadh, bata agus bóthar a thabhairt do bhall foirneshe was sacked from her post briseadh as a post í, tugadh bata agus bóthar di, fuair sí tóparhe was sacked for misconduct briseadh é de bharr mí-iompairthey were sacked for stealing goods briseadh iad as earraí a ghoid 2 verb MIL capture and plunder TRANSITIVEcreach verb  c m uslad a dhéanamh arthey sacked the city chreach siad an chathair, scrios siad an chathair, d'arg siad an chathair
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3 noun large bag without handlesmála masc4  c m usac masc1  c m uto put sth in a sack rud a chur i mála 4 noun contents of large bagmála masc4  c m ua sack of potatoes mála prátaíit costs €20 per sack cosnaíonn sé €20 an mála 5 noun (US) paper shopping bag mála masc4  c m upaper sack mála páipéirsack of groceries mála earraí grósaera 6 noun MIL capture and plundercreachadh masc  c m uscrios masc  c m uslad masc3  c m uargain fem3  c m uthe sack of Jerusalem creachadh Iarúsailéim 7 noun DRINK, HIST winesac masc1  c m ufíon saic 8 (also sack dress) noun CLOTH dressgúna saicgúna mála
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to hit the sack

informaldul a chodladhdul a luídul chun soipit's time for me to hit the sack tá sé in am agamsa dul a chodladh, tá sé in am agamsa an leaba a thabhairt orm féin, tá sé in am soip agamsa

like a sack of potatoes

she looks like a sack of potatoes in that dress is geall le málaí prátaí í sa ghúna sin, níl cuma ná caoi uirthi sa ghúna sin