New English-Irish Dictionary
Similar words: seedy · sexed · speed · steed · deed · feed · heed · need · reed · see
  • EN > GA
  • GA > EN

seed

noun
verb
phrases
noun
1 noun HORT of a plantsíol masc1  c m uI sowed some lettuce seeds chuir mé roinnt síolta leitíse 2 noun HORT quantity or type of seedsíol masc1  c m upór masc1  c m uthe grass seed is imported déantar an síol féir a iompórtáil they grow tomatoes from seed on their farm póraíonn siad trátaí ar a bhfeirm
Show full entry 
3 noun COOK in cookingsíol masc1  c m uthey eat nuts and seeds itheann siad cnónna agus síoltasunflower seeds are rich in calcium tá síolta lus na gréine lán cailciam 4 noun FOOD inside fruit etcsíol masc1  c m u 5 noun literary semensíol masc1  c m u 6 noun REL descendantssliocht masc3  c m usíol masc1  c m upór masc1  c m u 7 noun SPOR playerimreoir réimnithethe seeds are kept apart coinnítear na hiomaitheoirí réimnithe óna chéile who's the top seed? (also who's the number one seed?) cé atá réimnithe sa chéad áit? 8 noun SPOR teamfoireann réimnithe
verb
9 verb HORT plant seeds TRANSITIVEsíol a chur isíolaigh verb  c m uwhen seeding the lawn with grass nuair a bhíonn an síol féir á chur sa léana agatthe vegetables are seeded first cuirtear síol na nglasraí ar dtús 10 verb HORT produce seeds
INTRANSITIVEsíolaigh verb  c m u
TRANSITIVEwhen the wildflowers are seeding themselves nuair a bhíonn na bláthanna fiáine ag síolú
11 verb FOOD remove seeds TRANSITIVEan síol a bhaint as 12 verb SPOR rank TRANSITIVEréimnigh verb  c m u
phrases

to go to seed

1 (also

to run to seed

) stop producing seedsdul chun síldul chun póir
2 start looking unattractive or unhealthywhen we start going to seed nuair a thosaíonn ár mbláth ag tréigean, nuair a thosaímid ag cailleadh ár mbláis

to sow the seeds of sth

(also

to plant the seeds of sth

) 1 prepare the way for sthrud a chothúthey were sowing the seeds of revolution bhí siad ag cothú réabhlóide 2 make sb feel sthsíol ruda a churit planted the seeds of doubts in her mind chuir sé síol an amhrais ina ceann, bhuail amhras í dá bharr