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“Tiny” in Tunisian Arabic

In Tunisian Arabic, "Tiny" (the adjective) is written using the Latin script as: (m) S8yr (f) S8yra Using the Arabic script, it is written as: صغير (m) صغيرة (f) Listen to these two words pronounced (audio)   Examples in sentences or statements   "Babies have tiny feet." El bebyet 3andhom s9in s8ar. .الببيات عندهم سقين صغار...

“Before” in Tunisian Arabic

In Tunisian Arabic, "Before" is written using the Latin script as: 9bal Using the Arabic script, it is written as: قبل Listen to this word pronounced (audio)   Examples in sentences or statements   "Before work." 9bal el 5edma. .قبل الخدمة   "I can meet before class." Nejmou net9ablou 9bal la9raya. .نجمو نتقابلوا قبل لقراية  ...

“Happy Birthday!” in Tunisian Arabic

In Tunisian Arabic, "Happy Birthday!" is written using the Latin script as: 3id miled sa3id! Using the Arabic script, it is written as: !عيد ميلاد سعيد Listen to this phrase pronounced (audio)   This phrase in other Arabic dialects “Happy Birthday!” in Lebanese Arabic  

“Yours” in Tunisian Arabic

In Tunisian Arabic, "Yours" is written using the Latin script as: Mte3ek Using the Arabic script, it is written as: متاعك Listen to this word pronounced (audio)   Examples in sentences or statements   "Is it yours?" Heka mte3ek? هاكا متاعك؟   "I think this jacket is yours." Dhaharli gilet hethi mte3ek. .ضاهرلي الجيلي هاكي متاعك...

“Those” in Tunisian Arabic

In Tunisian Arabic, "Those" is written using the Latin script as: Hekom Using the Arabic script, it is written as: هاكم Listen to this word pronounced (audio)   Examples in sentences or statements   "Those are mountains." Hekom jbel. .هاكم جبال   "Those are camels." Hekom jmel. .هاكم جمال   "Those are nice shoes!" Sbabet hekom...

“Speak soon” in Tunisian Arabic

In Tunisian Arabic, "Speak soon" is written using the Latin script as: Na7kiw ala 9rib Using the Arabic script, it is written as: نحكيو على قريب Listen to this phrase pronounced (audio)  

“Approximately” in Tunisian Arabic

In Tunisian Arabic, "Approximately" is written using the Latin script as: Tar9ib Using the Arabic script, it is written as: تقريب Listen to this word pronounced (audio)   Examples in sentences or statements   "The price will be approximately 90 dinar." El soum bech ykoun ta9rib 90 dinar. .السوم بش يكون تقريب ٩٠ دينار   "The...

“After” in Tunisian Arabic

In Tunisian Arabic, "After" is written using the Latin script as: Ba3ed Using the Arabic script, it is written as: بعد Listen to this word pronounced (audio)   Examples in sentences or statements   "What comes after?" Chnou yji ba3ed? شنو يجي بعد؟   "What comes on after this show?" Chnou yji ba3ed el barnemej hetha?...

“Maybe” in Tunisian Arabic

In Tunisian Arabic, "Maybe" is written using the Latin script as: Momken Using the Arabic script, it is written as: ممكن Listen to this word pronounced (audio)   Examples in sentences or statements   "Maybe on Friday." Momken jom3a. .ممكن جمعة   "Maybe tomorrow." Momken ghodwa. .ممكن غدوا   "Maybe later." Momken ba3ed. .ممكن بعد  ...

“Available” in Tunisian Arabic

In Tunisian Arabic, "Available" is written using the Latin script as: (m) Fadhy (f) Fadhya Using the Arabic script, it is written as: فاضي (m) فاضية (f) Listen to these two words pronounced (audio)   Examples in sentences or statements   "I'm available now." (m) Ena fadhy taw. (f) Ena fadhya taw. .أنا فاضي تو (m)...

“Clothes” in Tunisian Arabic

In Tunisian Arabic, "Clothes" (the noun) is written using the Latin script as: Dbach Using the Arabic script, it is written as: دبش Listen to this word pronounced (audio)   Examples in sentences or statements   "Your clothes are washed." Dabchek ma8soul. .دبشك مغسول   "Do you want to shop for new clothes on the weekend?"...

“This week” in Tunisian Arabic

In Tunisian Arabic, "This week" is written using the Latin script as: Ejom3a hedhy Using the Arabic script, it is written as:     الجمعة هاذي Listen to this phrase pronounced (audio)   Examples in sentences or statements   "It's supposed to be hot this week." Etta9s bech yoskhon ejom3a hedhy. .الطقس بش يسخن الجمعة هاذي...

“Orange juice” in Tunisian Arabic

In Tunisian Arabic, "Orange juice" is written using the Latin script as: 3asir bortou9al Using the Arabic script, it is written as: عصير برتقال Listen to this term pronounced (audio)   Examples in sentences or statements   "Do you sell orange juice?" Tbi3ou 3asir bortou9al? تبيعو عصير برتقال؟   "One glass of orange juice." Kess 3asir...

“I think” in Tunisian Arabic

In Tunisian Arabic, "I think" is written using the Latin script as: Dhaharli Using the Arabic script, it is written as: ظاهرلي Listen to this word pronounced (audio)   Examples in sentences or statements   "I think that is correct." Dhaharli haka s7i7. .ظاهرلي هكا صحيح   "I think that is all." Dhaharli khaw. .ظاهرلي كهو...

“Later”, “Latest” in Tunisian Arabic

In Tunisian Arabic, "Later" (the adjective) is written using the Latin script as: Mba3ed Using the Arabic script, it is written as: مبعد In Tunisian Arabic, "Latest" (the adjective) is written using the Latin script as: E5er Using the Arabic script, it is written as: اخر Listen to these words pronounced (audio)   Examples in sentences or statements...

“Fast” in Tunisian Arabic

In Tunisian Arabic, "Fast" is written using the Latin script as: Fissa3 Using the Arabic script, it is written as: فيسع Listen to this word pronounced (audio)   Examples in sentences or statements   "That was fast!" Awka fissa3! !أوكا فيسع   "We finished the project fast!" Kamalna el machrou3 fissa3! !كملنا المشروع فيسع   "Let's...

“Also” in Tunisian Arabic

In Tunisian Arabic, "Also" is written using the Latin script as: Zeda Using the Arabic script, it is written as: زادا Listen to this word pronounced (audio)   Examples in sentences or statements   "I like this meal also." Ena nhebha el mekla hethi zeda. .انا نحبها الماكلة هذي زادا   "I've also been to Tunisia...

“I don’t have” in Turkish

In Turkish, "I don't have" is written as: Yok Listen to this word pronounced (audio)   Examples in sentences or statements   "I don't have a pen." Kalemim yok.   "I don't have the keys." Anahtarlarım yok.   "I don't have change." Bozuk param yok.   "I don't have enough change." Yeterince bozuk param yok.  ...

“Here is…” in Turkish

In Turkish, "Here is..." is written as: İşte... Listen to this word pronounced (audio)   Examples in sentences or statements   "Here is a plate." İşte bir tabak.   "Here is the tray." İşte tepsi.   "Here is some change." İşte biraz bozukluk.   "Here is the key for your residence." İşte rezidansınızın anahtarı.   "Here...

“I have” in Turkish

In Turkish, "I have" is written as: Var Listen to this word pronounced (audio)   Examples in sentences or statements   "I have time now." Şimdi zamanım var.   "I have time to talk." Konuşmak için zamanım var.   "I have my phone." Benim telefonum var.   "I have change." Bozuk param var.   "I have...

“Next” in Tukish

In Turkish, "Next" is written as: Gelecek Listen to this word pronounced (audio)   Examples in sentences or statements   "What's next?" Sıradaki ne?   "What's the name of the next stop?" Bir sonraki durağın adı ne?   "Next week." Gelecek hafta.   "I arrive next week." Haftaya geliyorum.   "See you next week." Haftaya görüşürüz....

“Most” in Turkish

In Turkish, "Most" is written as: Çoğu Listen to this word pronounced (audio)   Examples in sentences or statements   "This is the most I've laughed in a long time!" Uzun zamandır en çok güldüğüm şey bu!   "This is the most I've eaten in a long time!" Uzun zamandır en çok yediğim şey bu!  ...

“Has” in Turkish

In Turkish, "Has" is written as: Var Listen to this word pronounced (audio)   Examples in sentences or statements   "She has four children." Onun dört çocuğu var.   "He has dual citizenship." Onun çifte vatandaşlığı var.   "This month has 31 days." Bu ay 31 gündür.   "This restaurant has a roof top patio." Bu...

“Least” in Turkish

In Turkish, "Least" is written as: En az Listen to this term pronounced (audio)   Examples in sentences or statements   "This month gets the least amount of sunlight in the year." Bu ay yılın en az güneş ışığını alır.   "This lane gets the least amount of traffic." Bu şerit en az trafik alır.  ...

“Too” in Turkish

In Turkish, "Too" is written as: De Listen to this word pronounced (audio)   Examples in sentences or statements   "You too." Sen de.   "Me too." Ben de.   "I agree too." Ben de katılıyorum.   "I'll be at the cafe tomorrow too." Ben de yarın kafede olacağım.   "I've read that book too!" Ben...

“Receipt”, “Receipts” in Spanish

In Spanish, "Receipt" is written as: Recibo In Spanish, "Receipts" is written as: Recibos Listen to these two words pronounced (audio)   Examples in sentences or statements   "Can I have the receipt?" ¿Me puede dar el recibo?   "Can I have a receipt?" ¿Me puede dar un recibo?   "I'll file the receipts." Voy a...

“Homework” in Tunisian Arabic

In Tunisian Arabic, "Homework" (the noun) is written using the Latin script as: Drouss Using the Arabic script, it is written as: دروس Listen to this word pronounced (audio)   Examples in sentences or statements   "I've finished my homework!" Kamalt droussi! !كملت دروسي   "Have you finished your homework?" Kamalt droussek? كملت دروسك؟   "Kids, have you...

“Did you…?” in Tunisian Arabic

In Tunisian Arabic, "Did you…?" is written using the Latin script as: Ye5i...? Using the Arabic script, it is written as: ياخي...؟ Listen to this word pronounced (audio)   Examples in sentences or statements   "Did you arrive at the residence?" Ye5i wselt lel 3imara? ياخي وصلت للعمارة؟   "Did you pick up milk?" Ye5i chrit...

“In” in Tunisian Arabic

In Tunisian Arabic, "In" is written using the Latin script as: Fi Using the Arabic script, it is written as: في Listen to this word pronounced (audio)   Examples in sentences or statements   "I'll arrive in 10 minutes." Bech noussel fi 10 d9aye9. .بش نوصل في ١٠ دقايق   "We'll arrive in one hour." Bech...

“Sixty-nine” (69) in Tunisian Arabic

In Tunisian Arabic, the number "Sixty-nine" is written using the Latin script as: Tes3a w sittine Using the Arabic script, it is written as: تسعة وستين When “69” is written numerically using the Arabic script, it is written as:  ٦٩ Listen to this number pronounced (audio)   Examples in sentences or statements   "I was born in '69."...

“Sixty-eight” (68) in Tunisian Arabic

In Tunisian Arabic, the number "Sixty-eight" is written using the Latin script as: Thmanya w sittine Using the Arabic script, it is written as: ثمانية و ستين When “68” is written numerically using the Arabic script, it is written as: ٦٨ Listen to this number pronounced (audio)   Examples in sentences or statements   "It's 68 dinars." Tetla3...

“Sixty-seven” (67) in Tunisian Arabic

In Tunisian Arabic, the number "Sixty-seven" is written using the Latin script as: Sab3a w sittine Using the Arabic script, it is written as: سبعة وستين When "67" is written numerically using the Arabic script, it is written as:  ٦٧ Listen to this number pronounced (audio)   Examples in sentences or statements   "The price is...

“Phone”, “Phones” (nouns) in Lebanese Arabic

In Lebanese Arabic, "Phone" (the noun) is written using the Latin script as: Telephone Using the Arabic script, it is written as: تلفون In Lebanese Arabic, "Phones" (the noun) is written using the Latin script as: Telephonet Using the Arabic script, it is written as: تلفونات Listen to these two words pronounced (audio)   Examples in...

“Fork”, “Forks” (nouns) in Turkish

In Turkish, "Fork" (the noun, as in the eating utensil) is written as: Çatal In Turkish, "Forks" (the noun, as in the eating utensil) is written as: Çatallar Listen to these two words pronounced (audio)   Examples in sentences or statements   "Can I have a fork?" Bir çatal alabilir miyim?   "Can you please pass...

“Approximately” in Turkish

In Turkish, "Approximately" is written as: Yaklaşık Listen to this word pronounced (audio)   Examples in sentences or statements   "I'll arrive at approximately 4pm." Tahminen 16:00 da geleceğim.   "We'll arrive at approximately 4pm." Tahminen 16:00 da varacağız.   "Approximately 4 kg." Yaklaşık 4 kg.   "We have approximately an hour left before we arrive."...

“Before” in Turkish

In Turkish, "Before" is written as: Önce Listen to this word pronounced (audio)   Examples in sentences or statements   "I'll see you before work." İşten önce görüşürüz.   "Let's stop for gas before we go onto the highway." Otoyola çıkmadan önce benzin almak için duralım.   "I've been here before." Daha önce burada bulundum.  ...

“Phone”, “Phones” in Turkish

In Turkish, "Phone" is written as: Telefon In Turkish, "Phones" is written as: Telefonlar Listen to these two words pronounced (audio)   Examples in sentences or statements   "My phone is charged." Telefonum şarj oldu.   "Have you seen my phone?" Telefonumu gördün mü?   "I found my phone." Telefonumu buldum.   "Here is your phone."...

“Also” in Turkish

In Turkish, "Also" is written as: Da Listen to this word pronounced (audio)   Examples in sentences or statements   "We should also buy paper towels." Kağıt havlu da almalıyız.   "We should also get gas before getting on the highway." Otoyola çıkmadan benzin de almalıyız.   "I'll buy this also." Bunu da satın alacağım.  ...

“In” in Turkish

In Turkish, "In" is written as: İçinde Listen to this word pronounced (audio)   Examples in sentences or statements   "The shoes are in the closet." Ayakkabılar dolapta.   "In one hour." Bir saat içinde.   "I'll be back in 10 minutes." 10 dakika içinde döneceğim.   "The bread is in the oven." Ekmek fırında.  ...

“Try” in Turkish

In Turkish, "Try" is written as: Denemek Listen to this word pronounced (audio)   Examples in sentences or statements   "I will try." Yapmaya çalışacağım.   "I will try calling again." Tekrar aramayı deneyeceğim.   "Can you try?" Deneyebilir misin?   "I will try knocking again." Tekrar çalmayı deneyeceğim.   "I will try calling your parents...

“Late” in Turkish

In Turkish, "Late" (the adjective) is written as: Gecikmiş Listen to this word pronounced (audio)   Examples in sentences or statements   "The train is late." Tren gecikti.   "The train is a little late." Tren biraz gecikti.   "I don't want to be late." Geç kalmak istemiyorum.   "He is late." O gecikti.   "Let's...

“Probably” in Turkish

In Turkish, "Probably" is written as: Muhtemelen Listen to this word pronounced (audio)   Examples in sentences or statements   "The meeting will probably be done by 4:30pm." Toplantı muhtemelen 16:30 da yapılacak.   "Class will probably be done by 3:30pm." Ders muhtemelen 15:30 da bitmiş olacak.   "I can probably attend the event on Friday."...

“Maybe” in Turkish

In Turkish, "Maybe" is written as: Belki Listen to this word pronounced (audio)   Examples in sentences or statements   "Maybe this morning." Belki bu sabah.   "Maybe this afternoon." Belki bu öğleden sonra.   "Maybe at 5pm." Belki akşam 5 te.   "I can meet maybe at 8pm." Akşam 8 de buluşabilirim.   "Maybe the...

“From” in Turkish

In Turkish, "From" is written as: Lıyım Listen to this word pronounced (audio)   Examples in sentences or statements   "Where are you from?" Nerelisin?   "I am from…" Lıyım...   "I am from Ankara." Ankara'lıyım.   "He is from Lebanon." O Lübnanlı.   "This parcel is from Egypt." Bu koli Mısır'dan.   In other Mediterranean...

“Twenty-eight” (28) in Turkish

In Turkish, the number "Twenty-eight" (28) is written as: Yirmi sekiz Listen to this number pronounced (audio)   Examples in sentences or statements   "I am 28 years old." Ben 28 yaşındayım.   "He is 28 years old." O 28 yaşında.   "It's 28 degrees." Hava 28 derece.   "It was 28 degrees earlier today." Bugün erken...

“Why” in Turkish

In Turkish, "Why" is written as: Neden Listen to this word pronounced (audio)   Examples in sentences or statements   "Why is it pronounced that way?" Neden böyle telaffuz ediliyor?   "Why don't you like tomatoes?" Niye domates sevmiyorsun?   "Why did you choose to come to this city?" Neden bu şehre gelmeyi tercih ettiniz?  ...

“Is” in Turkish

In Turkish, "Is" is written as: Dir Listen to this word pronounced (audio)   Examples in sentences or statements   "What is this?" Bu nedir?   "This is tasty!" Bu lezzetlidir!   "It is hot today!" Bugün çok sıcaktır!   "That is a cat." O bir kedidir.   "Do you know where my phone is?" Telefonumun...

“Walnut tree”, “Walnut trees” in Tunisian Arabic

In Tunisian Arabic, "Walnut tree" is written using the Latin script as: Chajret jouza Using the Arabic script, it is written as: شجرة جوزة In Tunisian Arabic, "Walnut trees" is written using the Latin script as: Chijar jouza Using the Arabic script, it is written as: شجر جوزة Listen to these two terms pronounced (audio)   Examples in...

“Happy New Year!” in Turkish

In Turkish, "Happy New Year!" is written as: Mutlu yıllar! Listen to this phrase pronounced (audio)   In other Mediterranean languages and dialects “Happy New Year” in Lebanese Arabic  

“Walnut”, “Walnuts” in Tunisian Arabic

In Tunisian Arabic, "Walnut" & "Walnuts" are both written using the Latin script as: Jouza Using the Arabic script, they are written as: جوزة Listen to these word pronounced (audio)   Examples in sentences or statements   "A bag of walnuts." Chkaret jouza. .شكارة جوزة   "Do you want a walnut?" T7eb jouza? تحب جوزة؟  ...

“My” in Turkish

In Turkish, "My" is written as: Benim Listen to this word pronounced (audio)   Examples in sentences or statements   "That is my dog." O benim köpeğim.   "That is my cat." O benim kedim.   "I'm going to bring my purse." Çantamı getireceğim.   "My children are 12 and 8 years old." Çocuklarım 12 ve...

“Sometime” in Turkish

In Turkish, "Sometime" is written as: Bir ara Listen to this term pronounced (audio)   Examples in sentences or statements   "I'll go sometime soon." Yakında gideceğim.   "I will return sometime next year." Gelecek yıl bir ara döneceğim.   "Meeting sometime next week would be great." Gelecek hafta bir ara buluşmak harika olurdu.   "Do...

“About” in Turkish

In Turkish, "About" is written as: Yaklaşık Listen to this word pronounced (audio)   Examples in sentences or statements   "I have about 40 pages left to read in the book." Kitapta okumam gereken yaklaşık 40 sayfa kaldı.   "We'll arrive in about an hour." Yaklaşık bir saat sonra varacağız.   "There is about half a...

“Again” in Turkish

In Turkish, "Again" is written as: Tekrar Listen to this word pronounced (audio)   Examples in sentences or statements   "See you again soon." Yakında tekrar görüşürüz.   "Can you say it again?" Tekrar söyleyebilir misin?   "I'll check the fridge for it again." Buzdolabını tekrar kontrol edeceğim.   "I'll watch this movie again. It is...

“There” in Tunisian Arabic

In Tunisian Arabic, "There" is written using the Latin script as: Fama Using the Arabic script, it is written as: فما Listen to this word pronounced (audio)   Examples in sentences or statements   "There are 24 hours in a day." Fama 24 se3a fel nhar. .فما ٢٤ ساعة فالنهار   "There are 12 chickens in...

“Still” in Turkish

In Turkish, "Still" (the adverb) is written as: Hâlâ Listen to this word pronounced (audio)   Examples in sentences or statements   "It's still sunny out." Dışarısı hâlâ güneşli.   "Are you arriving next week still?" Yine de gelecek hafta geliyor musun?   "Is it still the same price?" Hâlâ aynı fiyat mı?   "Are we...

“Correct” in Turkish

In Turkish, "Correct" (the adjective) is written as: Doğru Listen to this word pronounced (audio)   Examples in sentences or statements   "That is correct." O doğru.   "Is it correct?" Doğru mu?   "Is the spelling correct?" Yazımı doğru mu?   "Did I get your order correct?" Siparişinizi doğru anladım mı?   "Yes, it's correct....

“Every” in Turkish

In Turkish, "Every" is written as: Her Listen to this word pronounced (audio)   Examples in sentences or statements   "We come here every year." Her yıl buraya geliriz.   "We come here every summer." Her yaz buraya geliriz.   "Every window is open." Her pencere açık.   "Every table is full." Her masa dolu.  ...

“This” in Turkish

In Turkish, "This" is written as: Bu Listen to this word pronounced (audio)   Examples in sentences or statements   "What is this?" Bu nedir?   "I turn 30 this year." Bu yıl 30 yaşına gireceğim.   "I will finish the project this week." Projeyi bu hafta bitireceğim.   "Do you want to eat at this...

“Did you…?” in Turkish

In Turkish, "Did you…?" (the phrase that prefaces asking if someone did something) is written as: dın mı...? Listen to this phrase pronounced (audio)   Examples in sentences or statements   "Did you arrive?" Vardın mı?   "Did you buy more tomatoes?" Daha fazla domates aldın mı?   "Did you finish reading the book?" Kitabı okumayı...

“Honey” (noun) in Turkish

In Turkish, "Honey" (the noun) is written as: Bal Listen to this word pronounced (audio)   Examples in sentences or statements   "This honey tastes great!" Bu balın tadı harika!   "How much for this jar of honey?" Bu kavanoz bal ne kadar?   "I'll buy these two jars of honey." Bu iki kavanoz balı alacağım....

“Old” (adjective) in Turkish

In Turkish, "Old" (the adjective) is written as: Eski Listen to this word pronounced (audio)   Examples in sentences or statements   "How old are you?" Kaç yaşındasın?   "I am 32 years old." 32 yaşındayım.   "That is an old book." O eski bir kitap.   "That is an old house." O eski bir ev....

“Her” in Turkish

In Turkish, "Her" is written as: Onun Listen to this word pronounced (audio)   Examples in sentences or statements   "It is her purse." Bu onun çantası.   "Is it her purse?" Bu onun çantası mı?   "This is her ticket." Bu onun bileti.   "I'll check if it's her purse." Onun çantasının olup olmadığını kontrol...

“His” in Turkish

In Turkish, "His" is written as: Onun Listen to this word pronounced (audio)   Examples in sentences or statements   "Is it his phone?" Bu onun telefonu mu?   "It is his wallet." Bu onun cüzdanı.   "It is his jacket." Bu onun ceketi.   "I'll book his flight now." Şimdi onun uçuşunu ayırtacağım.   "That...

“Wet” (adjective) in Tunisian Arabic

In Tunisian Arabic, "Wet" is written using the Latin script as: (m) Mabloul (f) Mabloula Using the Arabic script, it is written as: مبلول (m) مبلولة (f) Listen to these two words pronounced (audio)   Examples in sentences or statements   "I'm wet." Ena mabloul. .أنا مبلول   "The dishes are wet." El me3oun mabloul. .الماعون...

“Turtle”, “Turtles” in Tunisian Arabic

In Tunisian Arabic, "Turtle" is written using the Latin script as: Soula7fet Using the Arabic script, it is written as: سلحفاة In Tunisian Arabic, "Turtles" is written using the Latin script as: Sle7ef Using the Arabic script, it is written as: سلاحف Listen to these two words pronounced (audio)   Examples in sentences or statements  ...

“Require”, “Requires”, “Requiring”, “Required” (verbs) in Tunisian Arabic

In Tunisian Arabic, "Require" (the verb) is written using the Latin script as: (m) Tlab (f) Talbet Using the Arabic script, it is written as:   طلب (m) طلبت (f) In Tunisian Arabic, "Requires" (the verb) is written using the Latin script as: (m) Taleb (f) Talba Using the Arabic script, it is written as:  طالب...

“Necessary” in Tunisian Arabic

In Tunisian Arabic, "Necessary" is written using the Latin script as: Lezem Using the Arabic script, it is written as: لازم Listen to this word pronounced (audio)   Examples in sentences or statements   "Is it necessary?" Lezem? لازم؟   "It's necessary to use screws." Lezem testa3mel tourneviset. .لازم تستعمل تورنوفيسات   "That won't be necessary."...

“Probably” in Tunisian Arabic

In Tunisian Arabic, "Probably" is written using the Latin script as: Normalement Using the Arabic script, it is written as: نورمالمون Listen to this word pronounced (audio)   Examples in sentences or statements   "I can probably meet on Friday." Normalement nejmou net9ablou nhar ejom3a. .نورمالمون نجمو نتقابلو نهار الجمعة   "I'll probably come back to...

“Page”, “Pages” (nouns) in Tunisian Arabic

In Tunisian Arabic, "Page" (the noun) is written using the Latin script as: Saf7a Using the Arabic script, it is written as: صفحة In Tunisian Arabic, "Pages" (the noun) is written using the Latin script as: saf7at Using the Arabic script, it is written as: صفحات Listen to these two words pronounced (audio)   Examples in...

“Name”, “Names” (nouns) in Tunisian Arabic

In Tunisian Arabic, "Name" (the noun) is written using the Latin script as: Esm Using the Arabic script, it is written as: إسم In Tunisian Arabic, "Names" (the noun) is written using the Latin script as: Asemy Using the Arabic script, it is written as: أسامي Listen to these two words pronounced (audio)   Examples in...

“Mouse”, “Mice” in Tunisian Arabic

In Tunisian Arabic, "Mouse" is written using the Latin script as: Far Using the Arabic script, it is written as: فار In Tunisian Arabic, "Mice" is written using the Latin script as: Firen Using the Arabic script, it is written as: فيران Listen to these two words pronounced (audio)   Examples in sentences or statements  ...

“Friday”, “Fridays” in Tunisian Arabic

In Tunisian Arabic, "Friday" is written using the Latin script as: Ejom3a Using the Arabic script, it is written as: الجمعة In Tunisian Arabic, "Fridays" is written using the Latin script as: Ayemet ejom3a Using the Arabic script, it is written as: أيامات الجمعة Listen to these two terms pronounced (audio)   Examples in sentences or...

“I need…” in Tunisian Arabic

In Tunisian Arabic, "I need..." (as in the type of phrase that preludes stating an experience or action that is necessary to occur) is written using the Latin script as: Lezemni... Using the Arabic script, it is written as: ...لازمني Listen to this word pronounced (audio)   Examples in sentences or statements   "I need another...

“Do you want…?” in Tunisian Arabic

In Tunisian Arabic, "Do you want..?" is written using the Latin script as: T7eb...? Using the Arabic script, it is written as: تحب...؟ Listen to this word pronounced (audio)   Examples in sentences or statements   "Do you want coffee or tea?" T7eb 9ahwa wala tey? تحب قهوة ولا تاي؟   "Do you want another tea?"...

“I can’t find it” in Tunisian Arabic

In Tunisian Arabic, "I can't find it" is written using the Latin script as: Mal9ithech Using the Arabic script, it is written as: ما لقيتهاش Listen to this word pronounced (audio)   This phrase in other Arabic dialects “I can’t find it” in Lebanese Arabic  

“Ask”, “Asks”, “Asking”, “Asked” (verbs) in Tunisian Arabic

In Tunisian Arabic, "Ask" (the verb) is written using the Latin script as: Es2al Using the Arabic script, it is written as: إسأل In Tunisian Arabic, "Asks" (the verb) is written using the Latin script as: (m) Yes2al (f) Tes2al Using the Arabic script, it is written as: يسأل (m) تسأل (f) In Tunisian Arabic, "Asking"...

“Forty-eight” (48) in Tunisian Arabic

In Tunisian Arabic, the number "“Forty-eight” is written using the Latin script as: Thmanya warb3in Using the Arabic script, it is written as: ثمنية وأربعين When "48" is written numerically using the Arabic script, it is written as: ٤٨ Listen to this number pronounced (audio)   Examples in sentences or statements   "Here is 48 dinar." Hay...

“Forty-seven” (47) in Tunisian Arabic

In Tunisian Arabic, the number "Forty-seven" is written using the Latin script as: Sab3a warb3in Using the Arabic script, it is written as: سبعة وأربعين When "47" is written numerically using the Arabic script, it is written as: ٤٧ Listen to this number pronounced (audio)   Examples in sentences or statements   "I am 47 years...

“Forty-six” (46) in Tunisian Arabic

In Tunisian Arabic, the number "Forty-six" is written using the Latin script as: Setta warb3in Using the Arabic script, it is written as: ستّة وأربعين When "46" is written numerically using the Arabic script, it is written as: ٤٦ Listen to this number pronounced (audio)   Examples in sentences or statements   "We're 46 kilometres from...

“Forty-five” (45) in Tunisian Arabic

In Tunisian Arabic, the number "Forty-five" is written using the Latin script as: 5amsa warb3in Using the Arabic script, it is written as: خمسة وأربعين When "45" is written numerically using the Arabic script, it is written as: ٤٥ Listen to this number pronounced (audio)   Examples in sentences or statements   "It gets up to...

“Twenty-eight” (28) in Tunisian Arabic

In Tunisian Arabic, "Twenty-eight" is written using the Latin script as: Thmanya w 3echryn Using the Arabic script, it is written as: ثمنية وعشرين When "28" is written numerically using the Arabic script, it is written as: ٢٨ Listen to this number pronounced (audio)   Examples in sentences or statements   "It's 28 dinar." Behmanya w...

“Twenty-nine” (29) in Tunisian Arabic

"In Tunisian Arabic, the number "Twenty-nine" is written using the Latin script as: Tes3a w 3echrin Using the Arabic script, it is written as: تسعة و عشرين When "29" is written numerically using the Arabic script, it is written as: ٢٩ Listen to this number pronounced (audio)   Examples in sentences or statements   "The flight...

“Forty-four” (44) in Tunisian Arabic

In Tunisian Arabic, the number "Forty-four" is written using the Latin script as: Arb3a warb3in Using the Arabic script, it is written as: أربعة وأربعين When "44" is written numerically using the Arabic script, it is written as: ٤٤ Listen to this number pronounced (audio)   Examples in sentences or statements   "It's 44 dinars." B...

“Twenty-seven” (27) in Tunisian Arabic

In Tunisian Arabic, "Twenty-seven" is written using the Latin script as: Sab3a w 3echryn Using the Arabic script, it is written as: سبعة وعشرين When "27" is written numerically using the Arabic script, it is written as: ٢٧ Listen to this number pronounced (audio)   Examples in sentences or statements   "It's 27 dinar." B sab3a...

“Easy” (adjective) in Tunisian Arabic

In Tunisian Arabic, "Easy" (the adjective) is written using the Latin script as: (m) Sehel (f) Sehla Using the Arabic script, it is written as:  ساهل (m) ساهلة (f) Listen to these two words pronounced (audio)   Examples in sentences or statements   "That was easy." Haja sehla. .حاجة ساهلة   "It was easy getting here."...

“Here” in Tunisian Arabic

In Tunisian Arabic, "Here" is written using the Latin script as: Houni Using the Arabic script, it is written as: هوني Listen to this word pronounced (audio)   Examples in sentences or statements   "I am here." Ena houni. .أنا هوني   "Here you go." 5oudh ay. .خوذ أي   "Right here." Houni. .هوني   "Here...

“I don’t have” in Tunisian Arabic

In Tunisian Arabic, "I don't have" (the phrase that prefaces stating something that isn't in one's possession) is written using the Latin script as: Ma3andich Using the Arabic script, it is written as: معنديش Listen to this word pronounced (audio)   Examples in sentences or statements   "I don’t have it." Ma3andich menha. .معنديش منها   "I...

“In a bit” in Tunisian Arabic

In Tunisian Arabic, "In a bit" is written using the Latin script as: Chwaya o5ra Using the Arabic script, it is written as: شويا اخرى Listen to this phrase pronounced (audio)   Examples in sentences or statements   "See you in a bit!" Chwaya o5ra wnrak! !شويا اخرى و نراك   "I'll be there in a...

“Old” in Tunisian Arabic

In Tunisian Arabic, "Old" (the adjective, in the singular form) when describing an object is written using the Latin script as: (m) 9dim (f) 9dima Using the Arabic script, it is written as: قديم (m) قديمة (f) In Tunisian Arabic, "Old" (the adjective, in the plural form) when describing objects is written using the Latin script...

“Moroccan”, “Moroccans” (people) in Lebanese Arabic

In Lebanese Arabic, "Moroccan"  (a citizen of Morocco) is written using the Latin script as: Maghribi Using the Arabic script, it is written as: مغربي In Lebanese Arabic, "Moroccans" (citizens of Morocco) is written using the Latin script as: Magharbe Using the Arabic script, it is written as:  مغاربة Listen to these two words pronounced (audio)   Examples...

“Tunisian”, “Tunisians” (people) in Lebanese Arabic

In Lebanese Arabic, "Tunisian" (a citizen of Tunisia) is written using the Latin script as: Tunisi Using the Arabic script, it is written as: تونسي In Lebanese Arabic, "Tunisians" (citizens of Tunisia) is written using the Latin script as: Tunisiyoun Using the Arabic script, it is written as:  تونسيون Listen to these two words pronounced (audio)...

“Morocco” (country) in Lebanese Arabic

In Lebanese Arabic, "Morocco" (the country) is written using the Latin script as: 2al Maghrib Using the Arabic script, it is written as: المغرب Listen to this country pronounced (audio)   Examples in sentences or statements   "I love visiting Morocco." Bheb zour 2al maghrib. .بحب زور المغرب   "I went to Morocco last summer." Rehet 3al...

“Algeria” (country) in Lebanese Arabic

In Lebanese Arabic, "Algeria" (the country) is written using the Latin script as: Jazeyir Using the Arabic script, it is written as: جزاير Listen to this country pronounced (audio)   Examples in sentences or statements   "I've been to Algeria before." Rayeh 3al jazeyir men 2abel. .رايح عالجزاير من قبل   "I worked in Algeria for three...

“Set”, “Sets”, “Setting”, “Set” (verbs) in Lebanese Arabic

In Lebanese Arabic, "Set" (the verb, in the infinite tense) is written using the Latin script as: (m) Het (f) Hette Using the Arabic script, it is written as:  حت (m) حتي (f) In Lebanese Arabic, "Sets" (the verb) is written using the Latin script as: (m) Yihet (f) Thet Using the Arabic script, it is...

“Not enough” in Lebanese Arabic

In Lebanese Arabic, "Not enough" is written using the Latin script as: Mabikafe Using the Arabic script, it is written as: مبيكفي Listen to this word pronounced (audio)   Examples in sentences or statements   "There is not enough." Mabikafe. .مبيكفي   "There is not enough washing detergent left." Mabikafe 2al dawa ghasil. .مبيكفي دوا غسيل...

“Sunset”, “Sunsets” in Lebanese Arabic

In Lebanese Arabic, "Sunset" (the noun) is written using the Latin script as: 2al ghroub Using the Arabic script, it is written as: ألخروب In Lebanese Arabic, "Sunsets" (the noun) is written using the Latin script as: 2al ghroubet Using the Arabic script, it is written as: ألخروبات Listen to these two terms pronounced (audio)  ...

“Sunrise”, “Sunrises” in Lebanese Arabic

In Lebanese Arabic, "Sunrise" (the noun) is written using the Latin script as: Shruk 2al shames Using the Arabic script, it is written as: شروك ألشمس In Lebanese Arabic, "Sunrises" (the noun) is written using the Latin script as: Shawarek 2al shames Using the Arabic script, it is written as: شوارك ألشمس Listen to these two...

“Feel”, “Feels”, “Feeling”, “Felt” (verbs) in Lebanese Arabic

In Lebanese Arabic, "Feel" (the verb) is written using the Latin script as: (m) Hes (f) Hese Using the Arabic script, it is written as: حس (m)  حسي (f) In Lebanese Arabic, "Feels" (the verb) is written using the Latin script as: (m) Yihes (f) Thes Using the Arabic script, it is written as: يحس (m)...

“Because” in Turkish

In Turkish, "Because" is written as: Çünkü Listen to this word pronounced (audio)   Examples in sentences or statements   "I like summer because it's hot." Yazı seviyorum çünkü sıcak.   "We should leave now so that we're on time." Zamanında varmak için şimdi gitmeliyiz.   "Let's book this flight because there is no layover." Bu...
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