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“Since” in Turkish

In Turkish, "Since" is written as: Dan beri Listen to this term pronounced (audio)   Examples in sentences or statements   "Since when?" Ne zamandan beri?   "I've been here since the start of the month." Ay başından beri buradayım.   "This restaurant has been operating since 1905." Bu restoran 1905'ten beri faaliyet gösteriyor.   "Since...

“Early” in Turkish

In Turkish, "Early" is written as: Erken Listen to this word pronounced (audio)   Examples in sentences or statements   "I arrived early." Erken geldim.   "I'm going to be early." Erken geleceğim.   "I woke up early today." Bugün erken uyandım.   "The kids woke up early today." Çocuklar bugün erken uyandı.   "The food...

“Soon” in Turkish

In Turkish, "Soon" is written as: Birazdan Listen to this word pronounced (audio)   Examples in sentences or statements   "I'll be there soon." Birazdan orada olacağım.   "Your order will be ready soon." Siparişiniz birazdan hazır olacak.   "The movie will start soon." Film birazdan başlayacak.   "We will be landing soon." Birazdan iniş yapacağız....

“For” in Turkish

In Turkish, "For" is written as: İçin Listen to this word pronounced (audio)   Examples in sentences or statements   "How much for these jeans?" Bu kotlar ne kadar?   "You good to meet at 4pm?" Saat 4'te buluşmak için uygun musun?   "You good to meet at 4pm still?" Hâlâ saat 4'te buluşmak için uygun...

“Additional” in Turkish

In Turkish, "Additional" is written as: Ek Listen to this word pronounced (audio)   Examples in sentences or statements   "Is there an additional charge for it?" Bunun için ek bir ücret var mı?   "Yes, there is an additional charge." Evet, ek bir ücret var.   "Additional car insurance." Ek araba sigortası.   "Do you...

“More” in Turkish

In Turkish, "More" is written as: Daha Listen to this word pronounced (audio)   Examples in sentences or statements   "One more coffee, please." Bir kahve daha, lütfen.   "Can we have two more teas?" İki çay daha alabilir miyiz?   "Can I have more onions?" Daha fazla soğan alabilir miyim?   "No more onions, please."...

“All” in Turkish

In Turkish, "All" is written as: Tüm Listen to this word pronounced (audio)   Examples in sentences or statements   "All the toppings, please." Tüm soslar lütfen.   "That is all the tomatoes that are left." Geriye kalan tüm domatesler bu kadar.   "We're all out of soap." Bütün sabunumuz bitti.   "All the luggage is...

“It’s good to be here!” in Turkish

In Turkish, "It's good to be here!" is written as: Burada olmak güzel! Listen to this phrase pronounced (audio)   In other Mediterranean languages and dialects “It’s good to be here!” in Lebanese Arabic  

“Everything” in Turkish

In Turkish, "Everything" is written as: Her şey Listen to this term pronounced (audio)   Examples in sentences or statements   "Everything on the durum, please." Dürümde her şey olsun, lütfen.   "Everything on the durum, please." Dürümlerde her şey olsun, lütfen.   "Everything is good." Her şey iyi.   "Is everything okay?" Her şey yolunda...

“Anything” in Turkish

In Turkish, "Anything" is written as: Bir şey Listen to this term pronounced (audio)   Examples in sentences or statements   "Do you want anything to drink?" Bir şey içmek ister misin?   "Do you want anything more?" Başka bir şey ister misiniz?   "Is there anything else to chat about?" Sohbet edilecek başka bir şey...

“Other” in Turkish

In Turkish, "Other" is written as: Diğeri Listen to this word pronounced (audio)   Examples in sentences or statements   "The other one." Diğeri.   "Can I have the other one?" Diğerini alabilir miyim?   "Do you want the other one?" Diğerini ister misin?   "I like the other shoes better." Diğer ayakkabıları daha çok beğendim....

“I’m back” in Turkish

In Turkish, "I'm back" is written as: Geri döndüm Listen to this phrase pronounced (audio)   In other Mediterranean languages and dialects “I’m back” in Lebanese Arabic “I’m back” in Spanish  

“Or” in Turkish

In Turkish, "Or" is written as: Ya da Listen to this phrase pronounced (audio)   Examples in sentences or statements   "Do you want coffee or tea?" Kahve ya da çay ister misiniz?   "Do you want chicken or fish?" Tavuk ya da balık ister misiniz?   "Do you want to rent a residence or hotel?"...

“And” in Turkish

In Turkish, "And" is written as: Ve Listen to this word pronounced (audio)   Examples in sentences or statements   "A durum and french fries, please." Bir dürüm ve patates kızartması lütfen.   "On the table is a plate and a glass." Masada bir tabak ve bir bardak var.   "Can I get a Turkish coffee...

“Onion”, “Onions” in Tunisian Arabic

In Tunisian Arabic, "Onion" is written using the Latin script as: Bsal Using the Arabic script, it is written as: بصل In Tunisian Arabic, "Onions" is written using the Latin script as: Baslet Using the Arabic script, it is written as: بصلات Listen to these two words pronounced (audio)   Examples in sentences or statements   "Do you...

“One moment” in Tunisian Arabic

In Tunisian Arabic, "One moment" is written using the Latin script as: La7dha Using the Arabic script, it is written as: لحظة Listen to this word pronounced (audio)   Examples in sentences or statements   "One moment, please." La7dha, brabi. .لحظة، بربي   "I'll assist you in one moment." La7dha w n3awnek. .لحظة ونعاونك   "I'll...

“I am from…” in Tunisian Arabic

In Tunisian Arabic, "I am from…" is written using the Latin script as: Ena men... Using the Arabic script, it is written as: ...أنا من Listen to this phrase pronounced (audio)   Examples in sentences or statements   "I am from Tunisia." Ena men Tounes. .أنا من تونس   "I am from Canada." Ena men Canada....

“Later”, “Latest” in Turkish

In Turkish, "Later" (the adjective) is written as: Daha sonra In Turkish, "Latest" (the adjective) is written as: En son Listen to these two terms pronounced (audio)   Examples in sentences or statements   "See you later today." Bugün görüşürüz.   "See you later." Sonra görüşürüz.   "What is the latest plane ride available that day?"...

“But” in Turkish

In Turkish, "But" is written as: Ama Listen to this word pronounced (audio)   Examples in sentences or statements   "I liked the movie but I found it long." Filmi beğendim ama uzun buldum.   "I love reading but don't always have enough time." Okumayı seviyorum ama her zaman yeterli zamanım olmuyor.   "I enjoyed the...

“After” in Turkish

In Turkish, "After" is written as: Sonra Listen to this word pronounced (audio)   Examples in sentences or statements   "Can you meet after 6pm?" Akşam 6'dan sonra buluşabilir misin?   "I'll get groceries after picking up the kids." Çocukları aldıktan sonra market alışverişi yapacağım.   "Do you want to meet after work?" İşten sonra buluşmak...

“Lock”, “Locks”, “Locking”, “Locked” (verbs) in Lebanese Arabic

In Lebanese Arabic, "Lock" (the verb) is written using the Latin script as: (m) 2afil (f) 2afle Using the Arabic script, it is written as: قفل (m)  قفلي (f) In Lebanese Arabic, "Locks" (the verb) is written using the Latin script as: (m) Yi2afil (f) T2afil Using the Arabic script, it is written as: يقفل (m)...

“Young” in Lebanese Arabic

In Lebanese Arabic, "Young" (the adjective) is written using the Latin script as: Saghir Using the Arabic script, it is written as: صغير Listen to this word pronounced (audio)   Examples in sentences or statements   "That's a young bird." Hayda 3asfour saghir. .هيدا عصفور صغير   "Those are two young dogs." Hawde kalben zghar. .هودي...

“Sticky” (adjective) in Lebanese Arabic

In Lebanese Arabic, "Sticky" (the adjective) is written using the Latin script as: Bilazi2 Using the Arabic script, it is written as: بيلزق Listen to this word pronounced (audio)   Examples in sentences or statements   "It's sticky." Shi bilazi2. .شي بلزق   "Is it sticky?" Bilazi2? بيلزق؟   "It's not sticky." Ma bilazi2. .ما بيلزق...

“Bumpy” (adjective) in Lebanese Arabic

In Lebanese Arabic, "Bumpy" (the adjective) is written using the Latin script as: Ktir metabe Using the Arabic script, it is written as: كتير مطبات Listen to this term pronounced (audio)   Examples in sentences or statements   "This road is bumpy." 2al tari2 fiyo ktir metabet. .الطريق فيو كتير مطبات   "That was a bumpy...

“Enough” in Lebanese Arabic

In Lebanese Arabic, "Enough" is written using the Latin script as: Kefeye Using the Arabic script, it is written as: كفاية Listen to this word pronounced (audio)   Examples in sentences or statements   "I have enough change." 3ande srafe kfeye. .عندي صرافة كفاية   "Do you have enough change?" (m) 3andak srafe kfeye? (f) 3andik srafe...

“Same as usual” in Turkish

In Turkish, "Same as usual" is written as: Her zamankinden Listen to this phrase pronounced (audio)   In other Mediterranean languages and dialects “Same as usual” in Lebanese Arabic “Same as usual” in Tunisian Arabic  

“Each” in Turkish

In Turkish, "Each" is written as: Her biri Listen to this term pronounced (audio)   Examples in sentences or statements   "I come to this cafe each morning." Her sabah bu kafeye gelirim.   "Each item is 20 Turkish liras." Her adedi 20 Türk Lirasıdır.   "I'll buy one of each." Her birinden bir tane alacağım....

“Which” in Turkish

In Turkish, "Which" is written as: Hangi Listen to this word pronounced (audio)   Examples in sentences or statements   "Which way?" Hangi yöne?   "Which one do you want?" Hangisini istersin?   "Which room do you want?" Hangi odayı istersin?   "Which movie did you like better?" Hangi filmi daha çok beğendin?   "Which spelling...

“Chair”, “Chairs” in Turkish

In Turkish, "Chair" is written as: Sandalye In Turkish, "Chairs" is written as: Sandalyeler Listen to these two words pronounced (audio)   Examples in sentences or statements   "Can I have this chair?" Bu sandalyeyi alabilir miyim?   "Yes, you can have the chair." Evet, sandalyeyi alabilirsin.   "How many chairs do we need?" Kaç tane...

“Without” in Turkish

In Turkish, "Without" is written as: Olmadan Listen to this word pronounced (audio)   Examples in sentences or statements   "Can I have a tea without sugar?" Şekersiz çay alabilir miyim?   "Without sugar, please." Şekersiz, lütfen.   "Do you want the tea with or without sugar?" Çayı şekerli mi istersiniz yoksa şekersiz mi?   "I...

“Speed up”, “Speeds up”, “Speeding up”, “Sped up” (verbs) in Lebanese Arabic

In Lebanese Arabic, "Speed up" (the verb) is written using the Latin script as: (m) 2esra3 (f) 2esra3e Using the Arabic script, it is written as:  اسرع (m)  اسرعي (f) In Lebanese Arabic, "Speeds up" (the verb) is written using the Latin script as: (m) Yesra3 (f) Tasra3 Using the Arabic script, it is written as:...

“Second floor” in Lebanese Arabic

In Lebanese Arabic, "Second floor" is written using the Latin script as: Tene tabe Using the Arabic script, it is written as: تاني طابق Listen to this term pronounced (audio)   Examples in sentences or statements   "My apartment is on the second floor." She2ate bi tene tabe. .شقتي بتاني طابق   "Second or third floor?"...

“First floor” in Lebanese Arabic

In Lebanese Arabic, "First floor" is written using the Latin script as: 2awal tabe Using the Arabic script, it is written as: أول طابق Listen to this term pronounced (audio)   Examples in sentences or statements   "The apartment is on the first floor." 2al she2a bi 2awal tabe. .الشقة بأول طابق   "I'll meet you...

“Third floor” in Lebanese Arabic

In Lebanese Arabic, "Third floor" is written using the Latin script as: Telit tabe Using the Arabic script, it is written as: تالت طابق Listen to this term pronounced (audio)   Examples in sentences or statements   "The apartment is on the third floor." 2al she2a bi telit tabe. .الشقة بتالت طابق   "My family lives...

“Turn”, “Turns”, “Turning”, “Turned” (verbs) in Lebanese Arabic

In Lebanese Arabic, "Turn" (the verb) is written using the Latin script as: (m) 2ebrom (f) 2ebreme Using the Arabic script, it is written as: ابروم (m)  ابرمي (f) In Lebanese Arabic, "Turns" (the verb) is written using the Latin script as: (m) Yebrom (f) Tebrom Using the Arabic script, it is written as: يبرم (m)...

“Can I pet your cat?” in Lebanese Arabic

In Lebanese Arabic, "Can I pet your cat?" is written using the Latin script as: (m) Fine 2ehtem bi 2ebsayntak? (f) Fine 2ehtem bi 2absayntik? Using the Arabic script, it is written as:  فيني اهتم بابسينتك؟ (m) فيني اهتم بابسينتيك؟ (f) Listen to these two phrases pronounced (audio)  

“You’re a friend” in Lebanese Arabic

In Lebanese Arabic, "You're a friend" is written using the Latin script as: (m) 2enta sadi2 (f) 2ente sadi2a Using the Arabic script, it is written as: انت صديق (m) انتي صديقة (f) Listen to these two phrases pronounced (audio)  

“Later”, “Latest” in Lebanese Arabic

In Lebanese Arabic, "Later" (the adjective) is written using the Latin script as: Ba3den Using the Arabic script, it is written as: بعدين In Lebanese Arabic, "Latest" (the adjective) is written using the Latin script as: 2al 2ekhir Using the Arabic script, it is written as: الآخر Listen to these two terms pronounced (audio)   Examples...

“Five-star”, “Five-stars” in Lebanese Arabic

In Lebanese Arabic, "Five-star" is written using the Latin script as: Khams noujoum Using the Arabic script, it is written as: خمس نجوم In Lebanese Arabic, "Five-stars" is written using the Latin script as: Khams noujoumet Using the Arabic script, it is written as: خمس نجومات Listen to these two phrases pronounced (audio)   Examples in sentences or...

“Late” in Lebanese Arabic

In Lebanese Arabic, "Late" (the adjective) is written using the Latin script as: M2akhar Using the Arabic script, it is written as: مأخر Listen to this word pronounced (audio)   Examples in sentences or statements   "Don't be late." Ma tet2akhar. .ما تتأخر   "Let's not be late." Khalina manet2akhar. .خلينا ما نتأخر   "He is...

“I think” in Lebanese Arabic

In Lebanese Arabic, "I think" is written using the Latin script as: Ba3te2id Using the Arabic script, it is written as: بعتقد Listen to this word pronounced (audio)   Examples in sentences or statements   "I think so." Ba3te2id hal shi. .بعتقد هالشي   "I think the game is at 8pm tonight." Ba3te2id 2al mubarat 2al...

“Cheaper”, “Cheapest” (adjectives) in Lebanese Arabic

In Lebanese Arabic, "Cheaper" (the adjective) is written using the Latin script as: 2arkhas Using the Arabic script, it is written as: أرخص In Lebanese Arabic, "Cheapest" (the adjective) is written using the Latin script as: 2al 2arkhas Using the Arabic script, it is written as:  الأرخص Listen to these three words pronounced (audio)   Examples...

“Park”, “Parks”, “Parking”, “Parked” (verbs) in Lebanese Arabic

In Lebanese Arabic, "Park" (the verb) is written using the Latin script as: (m) Sef (f) Sefe Using the Arabic script, it is written as: صف (m) صفي (f) In Lebanese Arabic, "Parks" (the verb) is written using the Latin script as: (m) Yisef (f) Tsef Using the Arabic script, it is written as: يصف (m)...

“I’ve returned” in Lebanese Arabic

In Lebanese Arabic, "I've returned" is written using the Latin script as: 2ana rja3et Using the Arabic script, it is written as: انا رجعت Listen to this phrase pronounced (audio)   Examples in sentences or statements   "I've returned home." 2ana rja3et 3albet. .انا رجعت علبيت   "I've returned to Lebanon." 2ana rja3et 3a Lebnen. .انا رجعت...

“Halfway” in Lebanese Arabic

In Lebanese Arabic, "Halfway" is written using the Latin script as: Belnes Using the Arabic script, it is written as: بالنص Listen to this word pronounced (audio)   Examples in sentences or statements   "I'm halfway through the jar of honey." 2ana bines mertben 2al 3asal. .انا بنص مرطبان العسل   "I'm halfway through the jog." 2ana...

“Expensive” (adjective) in Lebanese Arabic

In Lebanese Arabic, "Expensive" (the adjective) is written using the Latin script as: Ghali Using the Arabic script, it is written as: غالي Listen to this word pronounced (audio)   Examples in sentences or statements   "This rental car is expensive." Hal siyara 2al 2ajae ghale. .هالسيارة الأجار غالي   "That is an expensive house." Hal...

“Where is the washroom?” in Lebanese Arabic

In Lebanese Arabic, "Where is the washroom?" is written using the Latin script as: Wen 2al twalet? Using the Arabic script, it is written as: وين التواليت؟ Listen to this phrase pronounced (audio)  

“Can I pet your dog?” in Lebanese Arabic

In Lebanese Arabic, "Can I pet your dog?" is written using the Latin script as: (m) Fine 2ehtem bi kalbak? (f) Fine 2ehtem bi kalbik? Using the Arabic script, it is written as: فيني اهتم بكلبك؟ (m) فيني اهتم بكلبيك؟ (f) Listen to these two phrases pronounced (audio)  

“Flick”, “Flicks”, “Flicking”, “Flicked” (verbs) in Lebanese Arabic

In Lebanese Arabic, "Flick" (the verb) is written using the Latin script as: (m) Zet (f) Zette Using the Arabic script, it is written as: زت (m) زتي (f) In Lebanese Arabic, "Flicks" (the verb) is written using the Latin script as: (m) Yizet (f) Tzet Using the Arabic script, it is written as: يزت (m)...

“Tap”, “Taps”, “Tapping”, “Tapped” (verbs) in Lebanese Arabic

In Lebanese Arabic, "Tap" (the verb) is written using the Latin script as: (m) 2en2ur (f) 2en2ure Using the Arabic script, it is written as: انقر (m) انقري (f) In Lebanese Arabic, "Taps" (the verb) is written using the Latin script as: (m) Yen2ur (f) Ten2ur Using the Arabic script, it is written as: ينقر (m)...

“Put on”, “Puts on”, “Putting on”, “Put on” (verbs) in Lebanese Arabic

In Lebanese Arabic, "Put on" (the verb, in the future tense) is written using the Latin script as: (m) 2elbos (f) 2elbese Using the Arabic script, it is written as: البس (m) البسي (f) In Lebanese Arabic, "Puts on" (the verb) is written using the Latin script as: (m) Yelbos (f) Telbos Using the Arabic script,...

“Meet”, “Meets”, “Meeting”, “Met” (verbs) in Lebanese Arabic

In Lebanese Arabic, "Meet" (the verb) is written using the Latin script as: (m) 2etle2a (f) 2etle2e Using the Arabic script, it is written as: أتلقا (m) أتلقاي (f) In Lebanese Arabic, "Meets" (the verb) is written using the Latin script as: (m) Yetle2a (f) Tetle2a Using the Arabic script, it is written as:  يتلاقى (m)  تتلاقى...

“Meeting”, “Meetings” (nouns) in Lebanese Arabic

In Lebanese Arabic, "Meeting" (the noun) is written using the Latin script as: 2ejtime3 Using the Arabic script, it is written as: إجتماع In Lebanese Arabic, "Meetings" (the noun) is written using the Latin script as: 2ejtime3et Using the Arabic script, it is written as:  إجتماعات Listen to these two words pronounced (audio)   Examples in...

“Do you need…?” in Lebanese Arabic

In Lebanese Arabic, "Do you need...?" is written using the Latin script as: (m) Bet3ouz...? (f) Bet3ouze...? Using the Arabic script, it is written as: بتعوز...؟ (m) بتعوزي...؟ (f) Listen to these two words pronounced (audio)   Examples in sentences or statements   "Do you need it?" (m) Bet3ouz? (f) Bet3ouze? بتعوز؟ (m) بتعوزي؟ (f)   "Do...

“Cheap” (adjective) in Lebanese Arabic

In Lebanese Arabic, "Cheap" (the adjective) is written using the Latin script as: 2erkhis Using the Arabic script, it is written as: أرخيس Listen to this word pronounced (audio)   Examples in sentences or statements   "The flight was cheap." 2al rehle kenit 2erkhis. .ألرحلي كانيت رخيس   "I found a cheap flight." 2elit rehle 2erkhis....

“You don’t need…” in Lebanese Arabic

In Lebanese Arabic, "You don't need..." is written using the Latin script as: (m) Mabet3ouz... (f) Mabet3ouze... Using the Arabic script, it is written as: ...مبتعوز (m) ...مبتعوزي (f) Listen to these two words pronounced (audio)   Examples in sentences or statements   "You don't need it." (m) Mabet3ouza. (f) Mabet3ouziya. .مبتعوزا (m) .مبتعوزيا (f)   "You...

“Bend”, “Bends”, “Bending”, “Bent” (verbs) in Lebanese Arabic

In Lebanese Arabic, "Bend" (the verb) is written using the Latin script as: (m) 2elwe (f) 2elwit Using the Arabic script, it is written as: الوي (m) الوي (f) In Lebanese Arabic, "Bends" (the verb) is written using the Latin script as: (m) Yelwe (f) Telwe Using the Arabic script, it is written as: يلوي (m)  تلوي...

“Straighten”, “Straightens”, “Straightening”, “Straightened” (verbs) in Lebanese Arabic

In Lebanese Arabic, "Straighten" (the verb) is written using the Latin script as: (m) Zabit (f) Zabte Using the Arabic script, it is written as: زبط (m) زبطي (f) In Lebanese Arabic, "Straightens" (the verb) is written using the Latin script as: (m) Yizabit (f) Tzabit Using the Arabic script, it is written as: يزبط (m)...

“Temporary” in Lebanese Arabic

In Lebanese Arabic, "Temporary" (the adjective) is written using the Latin script as: Mwa2at Using the Arabic script, it is written as: موقت Listen to this word pronounced (audio)   Examples in sentences or statements   "The store closure is temporary." Teskir 2al mahal mwa2at. .تسكير المحل موقت   "Temporary or permanent?" Mwa2at 2aw deyim? موقت...

“Traverse”, “Traverses”, “Traversing”, “Traversed” (verbs) in Lebanese Arabic

In Lebanese Arabic, "Traverse" (the verb) is written using the Latin script as: (m) 2e2ta3 (f) 2e2ta3e Using the Arabic script, it is written as: اقطع (m)  اقطعي (f) In Lebanese Arabic, "Traverses" (the verb) is written using the Latin script as: (m) Ye2ta3 (f) Te2ta3 Using the Arabic script, it is written as: يقطع (m)...

“Guard”, “Guards”, “Guarding”, “Guarded” (verbs) in Lebanese Arabic

In Lebanese Arabic, "Guard" (the verb) is written using the Latin script as: (m) 2ehros (f) 2ehrese Using the Arabic script, it is written as: احرس (m)  احرسي (f) In Lebanese Arabic, "Guards" (the verb) is written using the Latin script as: (m) Yehros (f) Tehros Using the Arabic script, it is written as:  يحرس (m)...

“A little bit” in Lebanese Arabic

In Lebanese Arabic, "A little bit" is written using the Latin script as: Netfe Using the Arabic script, it is written as: نتفي Listen to this word pronounced (audio)   Examples in sentences or statements   "A little bit of onions." Netfet basal. .نتفيت بصل   "Only a little bit of onions on the shawarma, please." (m)...

“Rent”, “Rents”, “Renting”, “Rented” (verbs) in Lebanese Arabic

In Lebanese Arabic, "Rent" (the verb) is written using the Latin script as: (m) 2esta2jir (f) 2esta2jre Using the Arabic script, it is written as: أستأجر (m)  أستأجري (f) In Lebanese Arabic, "Rents" (the verb) is written using the Latin script as: (m) Yista2jir (f) Testa2jir Using the Arabic script, it is written as:  يستأجر (m)...

“I don’t have” in Lebanese Arabic

In Lebanese Arabic, "I don't have" is written using the Latin script as: Ma ma3e Using the Arabic script, it is written as: ما معي Listen to this phrase pronounced (audio)   Examples in sentences or statements   "I don't have any change on me." Ma ma3e frata. .ما معي فراطة   "I don't have the time."...

“In a bit” in Lebanese Arabic

In Lebanese Arabic, "In a bit" is written using the Latin script as: Ba3ad shway Using the Arabic script, it is written as: بعد شواي Listen to this phrase pronounced (audio)   Examples in sentences or statements   "I'll call you back in a bit." (m) Berja3 behkik ba3ad shway. (f) Berja3 behkike ba3ad shway. .برجع بحكيك...

“Watch”, “Watches”, “Watching”, “Watched” (verbs) in Lebanese Arabic

In Lebanese Arabic, "Watch" (the verb) is written using the Latin script as: (m) 2ehdar (f) 2ehdare Using the Arabic script, it is written as: احضر (m) احضري (f) In Lebanese Arabic, "Watches" (the verb) is written using the Latin script as: (m) Yehdar (f) Tehdar Using the Arabic script, it is written as: يحضر (m)...

“Old” (adjective) in Lebanese Arabic

In Lebanese Arabic, "Old" (the adjective) is written using the Latin script as: 2adim Using the Arabic script, it is written as: قديم Listen to this word pronounced (audio)   Examples in sentences or statements   "That olive tree is approximately 400 years old!" Hal shajra 2al zaytoun 3amruha 2arb3amit sene! !هالشجرة الزيتون عمرها تقريبًا أربعمية...

“Flight”, “Flights” in Lebanese Arabic

In Lebanese Arabic, "Flight" (the noun) is written using the Latin script as: Rehle Using the Arabic script, it is written as: رحلة In Lebanese Arabic, "Flights" (the noun) is written using the Latin script as: Rehlet Using the Arabic script, it is written as: رحلات Listen to these two words pronounced (audio)   Examples in...

“Soft” in Lebanese Arabic

In Lebanese Arabic, "Soft" (the adjective) is written using the Latin script as: Ne3im Using the Arabic script, it is written as: ناعم Listen to this word pronounced (audio)   Examples in sentences or statements   "It is soft." Ne3im. .ناعم   "The bread is soft." 2al khebez ne3im. .الخبز ناعم   "This is soft bread."...

“Permanent” in Lebanese Arabic

In Lebanese Arabic, "Permanent" (the adjective) is written using the Latin script as: Deyim Using the Arabic script, it is written as: دايم Listen to this word pronounced (audio)   Examples in sentences or statements   "Tenure at this university is permanent." 2al fatra bihaljem3a deyme. .الفترة بهالجامعة دايمة   "Permanent or temporary?" Deyim 2aw mwa2at?...

“None left” in Lebanese Arabic

In Lebanese Arabic, "None left" is written using the Latin script as: Wala wahde be2ye Using the Arabic script, it is written as: ولا وحدة باقية Listen to this phrase pronounced (audio)   Examples in sentences or statements   "There are none left." Wala wahde be2ye. .ولا وحدة باقية   "Are there none left?" Fi shi wahde...

“One moment” in Lebanese Arabic

In Lebanese Arabic, "One moment" is written using the Latin script as: Senye Using the Arabic script, it is written as: ثانية Listen to this word pronounced (audio)   Examples in sentences or statements   "One moment, please." (m) Senye, 2arjouk. (f) Senye, 2arjouke.  .ثانية، أرجوك (m)  .ثانية، أرجوكي (f)   "I'll call you back in one...

“Higher”, “Highest” in Lebanese Arabic

In Lebanese Arabic, "Higher" (the adjective) is written using the Latin script as: 2a3la Using the Arabic script, it is written as: أعلى In Lebanese Arabic, "Highest" (the adjective) is written using the Latin script as: 2ela3la Using the Arabic script, it is written as: الأعلى Listen to these two words pronounced (audio)   Examples in...

“Low” in Lebanese Arabic

In Lebanese Arabic, "Low" (the adjective, as in a low quantity or a low position of something) is written using the Latin script as: Wate Using the Arabic script, it is written as: واطي Listen to this word pronounced (audio)   Examples in sentences or statements   "I'm low on change." Ma3ande ktir frata.  .ماعندي كتير...

“High” in Lebanese Arabic

In Lebanese Arabic, "High" (the adjective, as in a high position of something) is written using the Latin script as: 3ale Using the Arabic script, it is written as: عالي Listen to this word pronounced (audio)   Examples in sentences or statements   "Is the painting hung too high?" 2al lawha m3al2a ktir 3alye? اللوحة معلقة...

“Open” (adjective) in Lebanese Arabic

In Lebanese Arabic, "Open" (the adjective) is written using the Latin script as: Maftouh Using the Arabic script, it is written as: مفتوح Listen to this word pronounced (audio)   Examples in sentences or statements   "Are you open?" (m) 2enta fetih? (f) 2ente fetha?  أنت فاتح؟ (m)  أنتي فاتحا؟ (f)   "What time does the...

“Check-in” in Turkish

In Turkish, "Check-in" (the noun, in the context of a residential stay) is written as: Giriş yapmak Listen to this term pronounced (audio)   Examples in sentences or statements   "What time is check-in?" Giriş saati nedir?   "Check-in is at 4pm." Giriş saati 16:00'da.   "Check-in is at 3pm." Giriş saati 15:00'te.   "Is there...

“Checkout” in Turkish

In Turkish, "Checkout" (the noun, in the context of a residential short-term stay) is written as: Çıkış yapmak Listen to this term pronounced (audio)   Examples in sentences or statements   "Checkout is tomorrow." Çıkış yarın.   "When is checkout?" Çıkış ne zaman?   "11am is tomorrow is checkout." Yarın sabah 11'de çıkış yapılacak.   "Is...

“Cheese” in Turkish

In Turkish, "Cheese" is written as: Peynir Listen to this word pronounced (audio)   Examples in sentences or statements   "What kind of cheese do you want?" Ne tür peynir istersiniz?   "A cheese gozleme, please." Bir peynirli gözleme, lütfen.   "Can I have two cheese gozleme?" İki peynirli gözleme alabilir miyim?   "Do you want...

“Rent”, “Rents”, “Renting”, “Rented” (verbs) in Turkish

In Turkish, "Rent" (the verb) is written as: Kiralamak In Turkish, "Rents" (the verb) is written as: Kiralar In Turkish, "Renting" (the verb) is written as: Kiralıyor In Turkish, "Rented" (the verb) is written as: Kiraladı Listen to these four words pronounced (audio)   Examples in sentences or statements   "I'm renting this apartment for a...

“Moped”, “Mopeds” in Turkish

In Turkish, "Moped" is written as: Motosiklet In Turkish, "Mopeds" is written as: Motosikletler Listen to these two words pronounced (audio)   Examples in sentences or statements   "Do you drive a moped?" Motosiklet sürüyor musun?   "That is my moped?" O benim motosikletim mi?   "I've been driving a moped for five years." Beş yıldır...

“Where…?” in Turkish

In Turkish, "Where…?" is written as: Nerede..? Listen to this word pronounced (audio)   Examples in sentences or statements   "Do you know where the washing detergent is? " Çamaşır deterjanının nerede olduğunu biliyor musun?   "Where do we checkin at the airport?" Havalimanında nerede giriş yapıyoruz?   "Where do you want to go next?" Sonra nereye...

“Residence”, “Residences” in Turkish

In Turkish, "Residence" is written as: Ev In Turkish, "Residences" is written as: Evler Listen to these two words pronounced (audio)   Examples in sentences or statements   "Welcome to my residence!" Evime hoş geldiniz!   "Where is your residence?" Sizin eviniz nerede?   "My residence is in the north part of the city." Benim evim...

“Salt & Pepper” in Turkish

In Turkish, "Salt & Pepper" is written as: Tuz ve karabiber Listen to this phrase pronounced (audio)   Examples in sentences or statements   "Can you please pass the salt and pepper?" Lütfen tuzu ve karabiberi uzatır mısınız?   "There is no more pepper." Daha fazla karabiber yok.   "A little salt and pepper, please." Biraz...

“Amazing!” in Turkish

In Turkish, "Amazing!" is written as: Muhteşem Listen to this word pronounced (audio)   Examples in sentences or statements   "You are amazing!" Harikasın!   "That is an amazing idea!" Muhteşem bir fikir bu!   "This meal tastes amazing!" Bu yemeğin tadı harika!   "This city is amazing!" Bu şehir muhteşem!   "This book is amazing!"...

“Lettuce” in Turkish

In Turkish, "Lettuce" is written as: Marul Listen to this word pronounced (audio)   Examples in sentences or statements   "Is there any lettuce left?" Hiç marul kaldı mı?   "There should be lettuce in the bottom drawer in the fridge." Buzdolabının alt çekmecesinde marul olmalı.   "Do you want a salad with lettuce?" Marullu salata...

“What is your name?” in Turkish

In Turkish, "What is your name?" is written as: Senin adın ne? Listen to this phrase pronounced (audio)   In other Mediterranean languages and dialects “What is your name?” in Lebanese Arabic   “What is your name?” in Tunsian Arabic  

“Walk” , “Walks” (nouns) in Turkish

In Turkish, "Walk" (the noun) is written as: Yürüyüş In Turkish, "Walks" (the noun) is written as: Yürüyüşler Listen to these two words pronounced (audio)   Examples in sentences or statements   "Do you want to go for a walk?" Yürüyüşe çıkmak ister misin?   "Let's go for a walk." Hadi yürüyüşe çıkalım.   "I go...

“Wind” (noun) in Turkish

In Turkish, "Wind" (the noun) is written as: Rüzgâr Listen to this word pronounced (audio)   Examples in sentences or statements   "Which way is the wind going?" Rüzgâr hangi yöne gidiyor?   "The wind is travelling east." Rüzgâr doğuya doğru gidiyor.   "The wind is going west." Rüzgâr batıya gidiyor.   "I like feeling the...

“Another” in Turkish

In Turkish, "Another" is written as: Başka Listen to this word pronounced (audio)   Examples in sentences or statements   "Another one, please." Başka bir tane, lütfen.   "Can I have another tea, please?" Bir çay daha alabilir miyim, lütfen?   "Do you have another time on Friday that you can meet?" Cuma günü buluşabileceğiniz başka...

“I know” in Turkish

In Turkish, "I know" is written as: Biliyorum Listen to this word pronounced (audio)   Examples in sentences or statements   "I know what you mean." Ne demek istediğini biliyorum.   "I think I know what you mean." Sanırım ne demek istediğini biliyorum.   "Yes, I know." Evet, biliyorum.   "I know the directions." Yönleri biliyorum....

“Less” in Turkish

In Turkish, "Less" is written as: Daha az Listen to this phrase pronounced (audio)   Examples in sentences or statements   "I'm going to put a little less sugar in the tea." Çaya biraz daha az şeker koyacağım.   "Less sauce, please.." Daha az sos, lütfen..   "Less sauce on the second durum, please." İkinci dürümde...

“Friend”, “Friends” in Turkish

In Turkish, "Friend" is written as: Arkadaş In Turkish, "Friends" is written as: Arkadaşlar Listen to these two words pronounced (audio)   Examples in sentences or statements   "We are friends." Biz arkadaşız.   "This is my friend." Bu benim arkadaşım.   "We have been friends for eight years." Biz sekiz yıldır arkadaşız.   "She has...

“Cash” in Turkish

In Turkish, "Cash" is written as: Nakit Listen to this word pronounced (audio)   Examples in sentences or statements   "I have some cash on me." Üzerimde biraz nakit var.   "Did you bring any cash?" Hiç nakit getirdin mi?   "I'll pull out some cash." Biraz nakit çekeceğim.   "Do you know where I can...

“Analyze”, “Analyzes”, “Analyzing”, “Analyzed” (verbs) in Lebanese Arabic

In Lebanese Arabic, "Analyze" (the verb) is written using the Latin script as: (m) Halil (f) Halele Using the Arabic script, it is written as: حلل (m)  حللي (f) In Lebanese Arabic, "Analyzes" (the verb) is written using the Latin script as: (m) Yihalil (f) Thalil Using the Arabic script, it is written as:  يحلل (m)...

“Chop”, “Chops”, “Chopping”, “Chopped” (verbs) in Lebanese Arabic

In Lebanese Arabic, "Chop" (the verb) is written using the Latin script as: (m) 2ati3 (f) 2at3e Using the Arabic script, it is written as: قطع (m) قطعي (f) In Lebanese Arabic, "Chops" (the verb) is written using the Latin script as: (m) Yi2ati3 (f) T2ati3 Using the Arabic script, it is written as: يقطع (m)...

“Tell”, “Tells”, “Telling”, “Told” (verbs) in Lebanese Arabic

In Lebanese Arabic, "Tell" (the verb) is written using the Latin script as: (m) 2oul (f) 2oule Using the Arabic script, it is written as: قول (m) قولي (f) In Lebanese Arabic, "Tells" (the verb) is written using the Latin script as: (m) Yi2oul (f) T2oul Using the Arabic script, it is written as:  يقول (m)...

“Slide”, “Slides”, “Sliding”, “Slid” (verbs) in Lebanese Arabic

In Lebanese Arabic, "Slide" (the verb) is written using the Latin script as: (m) 2etzahlit (f) 2etzahlate Using the Arabic script, it is written as: اتزحلط (m)   اتزحلطي (f) In Lebanese Arabic, "Slides" (the verb) is written using the Latin script as: (m) Yitzahlit (f) Tetzahlit Using the Arabic script, it is written as:  يتزحلط (m)...

“Would” in Lebanese Arabic

In Lebanese Arabic, "Would" is written using the Latin script as: (m) Betrid (f) Betride Using the Arabic script, it is written as:  بتريد (m) بتريدي (f) Listen to these two words pronounced (audio)   Examples in sentences or statements   "Would you mind if we rescheduled the meeting for tomorrow?" (m) Betmeni3 shi 2eza ghayarna maw3ad...

“Stub”, “Stubs”, “Stubbing”, “Stubbed” (verbs) in Lebanese Arabic

In Lebanese Arabic, "Stub" (the verb) is written using the Latin script as: (m) 2edrob (f) 2edrebe Using the Arabic script, it is written as:  اضرب (m)   اضربي (f) In Lebanese Arabic, "Stubs" (the verb) is written using the Latin script as: (m) Yedrob (f) Tedrob Using the Arabic script, it is written as: يضرب...
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