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I have been watching some TG4 and two shows have the phrase "cuid a dó" as they are going into the later part of the show. What does this phrase mean in that context? 5 , 2

For learning: Gaelic (Irish)
Base language: English
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    It means "part 2".
    "Cuid" means "part"; "dó" is the form of the numeral "two" used in counting (the non-adjectival form); and "a" has no meaning by itself, it's a particle which is placed before non-adjectival numbers.
    Don't confuse "cuid" with "cúig", meaning "five".

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