Definitions

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  • n. A member of the Irish national police force, the Gardaí

Etymologies

From Irish garda (Wiktionary)

Examples

  • When the accused's cousin discovered his car and gun were gone he called gardaí.

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  • Moran, of Rathsallagh Avenue, Shankill told gardaí he'd been on an 18-hour drinking binge before he broke into the Old Connacht Avenue house in Bray, woke the mother-of-two with his noise and threatened to murder her if she called gardaí.

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  • She told to him get out and when he left she called the gardaí.

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  • Could this suddenly friendly woman be calling the garda about them?

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  • As they soared over the grounds of Hennessy Castle, Jack called the garda and alerted them.

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  • But if any of your listeners heard a man laugh like that who possibly fits the description of John Doe, please call the garda.

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  • “Anyone who has any leads, please call the garda.”

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  • His father and brother noticed he was missing the next day and called gardaí.

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  • The teen had pleaded guilty at the Children's Court to causing criminal damage at his south Dublin home on a date last May, when his mother had to call the gardaí over his unruly behaviour.

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  • Mr Dunbar had called gardaí to help retrieve them.

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