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Faclair Gàidhlig is Beurla le Dwelly 'na bhroinn
An English - Scottish Gaelic dictionary incorporating Dwelly

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Toraidhean an Fhaclair Bhig
obair /obɪrʲ/ Listen
boir. gin. obrach, iol. obraichean
1 (act of) working 2 job, work 3 activity, business, labour, task 4 operation 5 profession
òbair /ɔːbɪrʲ/
gn. ag. -t
1 retch! 2 live riotously!
obair-chroisidh /obɪrʲ xrɔʃɪ/
boir. gin. obrach-croisidh
crochet work
tha móran obair ann an each iasaid
a hired horse tired never (fig.)
fhuair e tàir leis an obair
he had difficulty with the job
tha an obair seo taomanach
this work comes and goes
obair airgeadach
lucrative/well-paid work
bha i an aois sin aig obair aig Goldman Sachs
she worked at Goldman Sachs for so/that many years
obair-ealain
boir. gin. -brach-ealain, iol. -braichean-ealain
1 artwork 2 piece of art
obair air d' aghaidh fhéin
be self-employed!
obair an earraich
spring work
air do cheann dìreach ann an obair
up to your eyeballs/eyes in work
obair-latha
boir. gin. obrach-latha
1 dayjob 2 daywork 3 a day's work
tha an obair mu na buillean
the job is almost done, nearly finished with the job (fig.)
obair-dhachaigh
boir. gin. obrach-dachaigh
homework
obair airson a cheann a chur seachad
work to keep his mind occupied/busy
obair agus ath-obair
redo a job that has been poorly done
an duine nì obair 'na àm bidh e a-rithist 'na leth-thàmh
he that does his turn in time, sits half idle (fig.)
sàr-obair
boir. gin. -obrach, iol. -obraichean
outstanding work
chan eil toidheam aca air an obair
they have no idea how to do this job, they are clueless about how to do this
obair sheasmhach
permanent work
obair-taighe
boir. gin. -brach-taighe, iol. -braichean-taighe
housework
obair an fhigheadair
cobwebs
obair-latha – tòiseachadh
the first step is always the hardest (fig.)
obair-fhùdair
boir. gin. obrach-fùdair, iol. obraichean-fùdair
powder works
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Toraidhean Dwelly
obair
oibre, pl. obraichean & oibrichean, sf Work, labour, process of working. The genit...an còrr
abhsadh
-aidh, -ean, sm Down-haul or slackening of a sail. 2 Jerk. 3 The whole canvas of a boat or sh...an còrr
ach
conj But, except, besides. Ach mise, but me; cha do rinn neach ach thusa e, none bu...an còrr
a dh'aon obair
adv Purposely.
smàl
gen -àil [smeòil — W. of Ross]. pl. -an, sm Snuff of a candle. 2 Vapour, ...an còrr
àm
ama, amannan, sm Time in general, past or present. 2 Season. 3 Convenience. 'S e seo an t-àm,...an còrr
obair-latha
sf Day's work. 2 Name in Skye for a pot-hanger and chain.
ùidh
-e, -ean, sf Ford. 2 Part of a stream which leaves a lake before breaking into a current, slo...an còrr
ath
a Next, again. An ath-uair, the next time, or next hour; san ath-dhoras, in ...an còrr
speal
-a, -an, sf Scythe. 2 Sword. 3 Touch. 4 Scythe-blade. 5** Mowing book. 6** Short spell at any...an còrr
leis
prep pron With him or it. 2 In his company, along with him. 3 Being his property or right. 4 ...an còrr
sàr
An augmentative prefix, expressing a great degree of any quality. Sàr-chothrom, an excelle...an còrr
gnàth
-a, a. Usual, common. Gnàth obair, constant work; gnàth chleachainn, habitual pract...an còrr
fìdeag
-eige, -an, sf Small worm. 2(AF) Ringworm. 3 Small pipe or flute. 4 Reed. 5 Whistle. 6 (herb)...an còrr
coinneamh
-imh, -an, sf Meeting. 2 Assembly, convention. 3 Interview. 4 Facing. 5 Opposing. 6 Assignati...an còrr
gréis
-e, sf Needle-work, embroidery. 2 Furniture. 3** Tambouring. 4** Fine clothes. Gréis-obair, ...an còrr
cluain
-e, -ean [& -tean] sf Pasture, green field, meadow, lawn. 2 Bower. 3 Retirement. 4 Ambush...an còrr
crom
pr pt a' cromadh, va & n. Bend, incline. 2 Stoop, bow. 3 Descend. 4 Make cr...an còrr
dàimheach
-ich, sm Relative, friend. 2 Associate, companion. 3 Guest. 4 Stranger - Sàr-Obair....an còrr
uair
-e & uarach, pl -ean & -eannan, sf Hour, any given space of time. 2 Time of da...an còrr
lìon
-ìn, pl. lìontan, [lìn — DMy] sm Lint, flax — linum usitatissimum. 2 Linen. 3 N...an còrr
leanailteach
-eiche, a. Adhesive, adherent. 2 Persevering. 3 Enduring. 4 Incessant. 5 Following. 6** Clamm...an còrr
teirig
pr pt a' teireachdainn, va & n. Fail, be spent, be exhausted. 2 Wear out, spend, e...an còrr
obair-làimhe
sf Handiwork. 2 Work done by hand in contradistinction to that done by machinery.
dolaidh
sf Harm, loss, injury, damage, defect. 2 Detriment. 3* Mischief. Cuir a dholaidh, ruin, sp...an còrr
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