"She wears a pair of trousers."

Translation:Caitheann sí bríste.

3 years ago



Heaving a pair of trousers leads into a trap, translation only accepts bríste and doesn't accept péire bríste

3 years ago


This has more to do with English than Irish. In English, a pair of trousers is one thing, and this semantic object is encompassed by bríste in Irish. péire bríste would literally mean a 'pair' (i.e. two) trousers.

3 years ago


a pair, or two of something, can be singular? one eye (of 2) is half (leath + noun )

1 month ago
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