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gleashtan (=Ir. gluaisteán) pl. gleashtanyn automobile, car, motor car: Agh foast cha nod oo gra dy vel oo gennaghtyn sauchey as oo gimman sheese ayns gleashtan. Carn


Inexact matches:

brisheyder gleashtan car breaker

gleashtan beg baby car: Doad Noddee e yeshaght, as ren y gleashtan beg echey tayrn cha niartal as dod eh. Dhoor

gleashtan bolganagh bubble car

gleashtan eillit armoured car

gleashtan faillee hackney

gleashtan lheihys ambulance

gleashtan plaaitit armoured car

gleashtan poleen police car

gleashtan snauee duck

immanagh gleashtan chauffeur

jack gleashtan car jack

raad gleashtan motor-road

gleashtan da kiare four-seater

gleashtan jeh'n teih quality car

armoured car (n.) gleashtan eillit, gleashtan plaaitit

automobile (n.) gleashtan

bubble car (n.) gleashtan bolganagh

car (n.) carr, cayr; sleod; gleashtan: Left-hand drive car - Gleashtan as yn wheeyl er y cheu hoshtal. DF idiom [Ir. gluaisteán]

car breaker (n.) brisheyder gleashtan

car jack (n.) jack gleashtan

chauffeur (n.) immanagh, immanagh gleashtan

four-seater gleashtan da kiare

garage (v.) cur stiagh 'sy gharreish; (n.) garreish; gareish: The car backed into the garage - Hie yn gleashtan ergooyl stiagh 'sy ghareish. DF idiom; garaashtey: Run the car into the garage - Cur y gleashtan 'sy gharaashtey. DF idiom

motor-road (n.) raad gleashtan

police car (n.) gleashtan poleen; carr-pollys

quality car (n.) gleashtan jeh'n teih

ambulance1 (n.) carr surranse, carr-lheihys, gleashtan lheihys; carbyd-lheeys, carbyd-lheihys

baby car (n.) carr beg, gleashtan beg

motor car (n.) gleashtan; gleayshtan; mwyllin y jouyll

da jees two-seater: Gleashtan da jees. DF

cylinder (n.) kylinder: Six cylinder car - Gleashtan shey kylinderyn. DF idiom; rollian

duck (n.) laagh, thunnag; (v.) cur fo ushtey, thummey; (Tex.) aanrit garroo; (Mil.) gleashtan snauee; (cricket) veg

hackney (n.) cabbyl faillee, eagh faillee; gleashtan faillee; (v.) jannoo cadjincliaghtit

ardjeyder lift, lifter: Cur y gleashtan er yn ardjeyder. DF

chyndaa harrish turn over: Gleashtan currit da chyndaa harrish. DF; overturn

buying (v.) kionnaghey: He intended buying a car there - V'eh kiarail kionnaghey gleashtan ayns shen. Bunnydys

ditched ceaut ersooyl; ceaut 'sy jeeig: He ditched the car - Hug eh y gleashtan 'sy jeeig. DF idiom; currit 'sy cheayn: He ditched the 'plane - Hug eh yn etlan 'sy cheayn. DF idiom; faagit; jeeigagh; jeeigit; treigit

overturn (v.) ceau harrish; cleddal; tuittym harrish; (to); (dy) hilgey harrish; chyndaa harrish: Car liable to overturn - Gleashtan currit da chyndaa harrish. DF idiom

tree billagh; billey: The car crashed into a tree - Ren y gleashtan smoashal noi billey. DF idiom; saayl

eabyn attempts: Ta skeeal goll mygeayrt dy ren yn Oik Thie ayns Lunnin lhiettal eabyn dy 'eddyn magh cre woish haink y gleashtan bane shoh. Carn

er y cheu hoshtal on the left side: Gleashtan as yn wheeyl er y cheu hoshtal. DF; (Political) Red

jishig father, pappa: ren yn jishig echey as jishig e charrey Chris reaghey ceau fastyr Jedoonee ennagh syn Niarbyl, as v'ad ooilley son goll ayns gleashtan mooar jishig Chris. GB

roaragh cyclist: by vie lhieu clashtyn veih'n immanagh jeh gleashtan jiarg as veih daa roaragh va syn ard ec traa yn drogh-haghyrt. BS

Skylley Chreest Rosien Rushen Church: Daag yn gleashtan er yn yurnaa s'jerree trooid y phurt - Straid Athol, Straid Ard er y shenn raad dys Skylley Chreest Rosien. Dhoor; Rushen

smoashal break, crash, shatter, smash: Ren y gleashtan smoashal noi billey. DF; smash up

Straid Athol Athol Street: Daag yn gleashtan er yn yurnaa s'jerree trooid y phurt - Straid Athol, Straid Ard er y shenn raad dys Skylley Chreest Rosien. Dhoor

drive1 chlo; chennid; co-chloie; eiyr, eiyrt, clohghey, greesaghey, lorgaghey, ruightey, shiaulley roish y gheay, sheebey; gimman: Can you drive? - Nod oo gimman? DF idiom; (n.) bayr; markiaght: He went for a drive - Hie eh son markiaght ayns gleashtan. DF idiom

nice (adj.) braew: The tea was nice and sweet - Va'n tey braew millish. DF idiom; taitnyssagh: Nice tune - Carr taitnyssagh. DF idiom; mie: That is a nice situation - Ta shen boayl mie. DF idiom; jesh: Nice car - Gleashtan jesh. DF idiom; coar: Nice man - Dooinney coar. DF idiom

race (n.) area, arey, clash, race, stroo; dooghys, reis; ratch, ratçh: Leading car in a race - Gleashtan toshee ayns ratch. DF idiom; roie: His race is run - Ta'n roie echey roit. DF idiom; kynney: The human race - Yn kynney deiney. DF idiom; sluight: He comes from a long race of seafaring men - Marrinnee va'n sluight echey er dy rieau. DF idiom; fraue; (v.) ratchal, roie ratch

used ymmyd jeant jeh: I've never used them before - Cha ren mee rieau ymmyd y yannoo jeu roie. JJK idiom; ymmydit: Used car - Gleashtan ymmydit. DF idiom; cliaghtit: I am well used to it - Ta mee dy mie cliaghtit rish. DF idiom; chliaghtee

currit da liable, susceptible, tendency: Gleashtan currit da chyndaa harrish. DF; given to, put to: Va bree currit da'n clattys shoh sy vlein 1974 erreish da'n thie lhionney shid ve sheidit seose ayns Birmingham as ram sleih marrooit. Carn; partial to, subject to; addicted: Ta mee currit da'n jough. DF; fond of

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