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“Field”, “Fields” in Tunisian Arabic

In Tunisian Arabic, "Field" is written using the Latin script as: Senia Using the Arabic script, it is written as: سانية In Tunisian Arabic, "Fields" is written using the Latin script as: Sweni Using the Arabic script, it is written as: سواني Listen to these two words pronounced (audio)   Examples in sentences or statements   "It is...

“Welcome” in Tunisian Arabic

In Tunisian Arabic, "Welcome" (the greeting) is written using the Latin script as: Mar7ba Using the Arabic script, it is written as: مرحبا Listen to this word pronounced (audio)   Examples in sentences or statements   "Welcome to our country!" Mar7ba bik fi bledna. .مرحبا بيك في بلادنا   "Welcome to our restaurant!" Mar7ba bik fel...

“No sugar” in Tunisian Arabic

In Tunisian Arabic, "No sugar" is written using the Latin script as: Ma8ir soker Using the Arabic script, it is written as: مغير سكر Listen to this phrase pronounced (audio)   Related words and phrases in Tunisian Arabic “Can I have a coffee?” in Tunisian Arabic “Sugar” in Tunisian Arabic This phrase in other Arabic dialects...

“Seventeen” (17) in Tunisian Arabic

In Tunisian Arabic, "Seventeen" is written using the Latin script as: Sba3tach Using the Arabic script, it is written as: سبعطاش When “17” is written numerically using the Arabic script, it is written as: ١٧ Listen to this number pronounced (audio)   Examples in sentences or statements   "The price is 17 dinars." Essoum sba3tach dinar. .السوم سبعطاش...

“Sixteen” (16) in Tunisian Arabic

In Tunisian Arabic, "Sixteen" is written using the Latin script as: Setach Using the Arabic script, it is written as: سطاش When “16” is written numerically using the Arabic script, it is written as: ١٦ Listen to this number pronounced (audio)   Examples in sentences or statements   "Here is 16 dinars." Hedhom setach dinar. .هاذم سطاش دينار...

“Flush”, “Flushes”, “Flushing”, “Flushed” (verbs) in Lebanese Arabic

In Lebanese Arabic, "Flush" (the verb) is written using the Latin script as: Fawra Using the Arabic script, it is written as: فورة In Lebanese Arabic, "Flushes" (the verb) is written using the Latin script as: Yifour Using the Arabic script, it is written as: يفور In Lebanese Arabic, "Flushing" (the verb) is written using the...

“TV” in Lebanese Arabic

In Lebanese Arabic, "TV" is written using the Latin script as: Television Using the Arabic script, it is written as: تلفزيون Listen to this word pronounced (audio)   Examples in sentences or statements   "The TV is on." 2al television deyir. .التلفيزيون داير   "What’s on TV?" Shou fi 3al television? شو في عالتلفزيون؟   Do...

“Bath towel”, “Bath towels” in Lebanese Arabic

In Lebanese Arabic, "Bath towel" is written using the Latin script as: Manshafet hemem Using the Arabic script, it is written as: منشفة حمام In Lebanese Arabic, "Bath towels" is written using the Latin script as: Manashef hemem Using the Arabic script, it is written as:  مناشف الحمام Listen to these two terms pronounced (audio)  ...

“Wood” in Lebanese Arabic

In Lebanese Arabic, "Wood" is written using the Latin script as: Khashab Using the Arabic script, it is written as: خشب Listen to this word pronounced (audio)   Examples in sentences or statements "Is it made of wood?" Masnou3 men 2al khashab? مصنوع من الخشب؟   "Yes, it’s made of wood." Na3am, masnou3 men 2al khashab....

“Street”, “Streets” in Lebanese Arabic

In Lebanese Arabic, "Street" is written using the Latin script as: Sheri3 Using the Arabic script, it is written as: شارع In Lebanese Arabic, "Streets" is written using the Latin script as: Shaweri3 Using the Arabic script, it is written as: شوارع Listen to these two words pronounced (audio)   Examples in sentences or statements  ...

“Paved” (adjective) in Lebanese Arabic

In Lebanese Arabic, "Paved" (the adjective) is written using the Latin script as: Mzafat Using the Arabic script, it is written as: مزفت Listen to this word pronounced (audio)   Examples in sentences or statements   "This is a paved road." Hal tari2 mzafat. .هالطريق مزفت   "This is a paved highway." Hal otostrad mzafat. .هالأوتوستراد...

“Highway”, “Highways” in Lebanese Arabic

In Lebanese Arabic, "Highway" is written using the Latin script as: 2otostrad Using the Arabic script, it is written as: أوتوستراد In Lebanese Arabic, "Highways" is written using the Latin script as: 2otostradet Using the Arabic script, it is written as: أوتوسترادات Listen to these two words pronounced (audio)   Examples in sentences or statements  ...

“Glass” in Lebanese Arabic

In Lebanese Arabic, "Glass" (the transparent material) (singular form) is written using the Latin script as: 2ezez Using the Arabic script, it is written as: قزاز In Lebanese Arabic, "Glass" (the transparent material) (plural form) is written using the latin script as: 2ezezet أزازات Listen to these two words pronounced (audio)   Examples in sentences or...

“Cross”, “Crosses”, “Crossing”, “Crossed” (verbs) in Lebanese Arabic

In Lebanese Arabic, "Cross" (the verb, as in the movement) is written using the Latin script as: (m) 2e2ta3 (f) 2e2ta3e Using the Arabic script, it is written as: أءنتع (m) أءتعي (f) In Lebanese Arabic, "Crosses" (the verb) is written using the Latin script as: (m)Ya2ta3 (f) Ta2ta3 Using the Arabic script, it is written...

“Cement” (noun) in Lebanese Arabic

In Lebanese Arabic, "Cement" (the noun) is written using the Latin script as: Beton Using the Arabic script, it is written as: باطون Listen to this word pronounced (audio)   Examples in sentences or statements   "I’m mixing cement." 3ambikhalit 2al beton. .عمبخلط الباطون   "I need to buy material to mix cement." 2ana bi haja...

“This tastes good!” in Lebanese Arabic

In Lebanese Arabic, "This tastes good!" is written using the Latin script as: Hayde ta3mo tayyeb Using the Arabic script, it is written as: هيدي طعمو طيب Listen to this phrase pronounced (audio)   Related words and phrases in Lebanese Arabic “Food” in Lebanese Arabic “This meal tastes good” in Lebanese Arabic “Meal”, “Meals” in Lebanese...

“Sleep” (noun) in Lebanese Arabic

In Lebanese Arabic, "Sleep" (the noun) is written using the Latin script as: L nom Using the Arabic script, it is written as: النوم Listen to this term pronounced (audio)   Examples in sentences or statements   "Did you have a good sleep?" Nemet mnee7? نمت منيح؟   "I had a good sleep. How was your...

“Salt & Pepper” in Lebanese Arabic

In Lebanese Arabic, "Salt & Pepper" is written using the Latin script as: Mele7 w bhar Using the Arabic script, it is written as: ملح وبهار Listen to this term pronounced (audio)   Examples in sentences or statements   “That is salt & pepper.” Hayda mele7 w bhar. .هيدا ملح وبهار   “Do you have any...

“Name”, “Names” in Lebanese Arabic

In Lebanese Arabic, "Name" is written using the Latin script as: Esem Using the Arabic script, it is written as: اسم In Lebanese Arabic, "Names" is written using the Latin script as: Aseme Using the Arabic script, it is written as: اسامي Listen to these two words pronounced (audio)   Examples in sentences or statements  ...

“Nap”, “Naptime”, “Naps” (nouns) in Lebanese Arabic

In Lebanese Arabic, "Nap" (the noun) is written using the Latin script as: Ayloule Using the Arabic script, it is written as: ‎قيلولة In Lebanese Arabic, "Naptime" (the noun) is written using the Latin script as: Wa2et l ayloule Using the Arabic script, it is written as: وقت القيلولة In Lebanese Arabic, "Naps" (the noun) is...

“Flower”, “Flowers” in Lebanese Arabic

In Lebanese Arabic, "Flower" is written using the Latin script as: Warde Using the Arabic script, it is written as: وردة In Lebanese Arabic, "Flowers" is written using the Latin script as: Wardet Using the Arabic script, it is written as: وردات Listen to these two words pronounced (audio)   Examples in sentences or statements   "Those...

“Haircutter”, “Haircutters” in Lebanese Arabic

In Lebanese Arabic, "Haircutter" is written using the Latin script as: Coiffure Using the Arabic script, it is written as: كوافر In Lebanese Arabic, "Haircutters" is written using the Latin script as: Coiffuriyye Using the Arabic script, it is written as: كوافريية Listen to these two words pronounced (audio)   Examples in sentences or statements   “She...

“Morocco” in Lebanese Arabic

In Lebanese Arabic, "Morocco" (the country) is written using the Latin script as: Maghreb Using the Arabic script, it is written as: مغرب Listen to this word pronounced (audio)   Examples in sentences or statements   “I hope to visit Morocco one day.” Betmanna zour Maghreb shi nhar. .بتمنى زور مغرب شي نهار   “I visited...

“Italy” in Lebanese Arabic

In Lebanese Arabic, "Italy" (the country) is written using the Latin script as: Italia Using the Arabic script, it is written as: إيطاليا Listen to this word pronounced (audio)   Examples in sentences or statements   “I love Italy!” B7eb Italia! !بحب إيطاليا   “I leave for Italy next week.” Ra7 sefer 3a Italia jem3at l...

“France” in Lebanese Arabic

In Lebanese Arabic, "France" (the country) is written using the Latin script as: Fransa Using the Arabic script, it is written as: فرنسا Listen to this word pronounced (audio)   Examples in sentences or statements   “I like France.” B7eb Fransa. .بحب فرنسا   “Have you been to southern France?” Zeyer shi marra3a jnoub Fransa? زاير...

“Welcome” in Lebanese Arabic

In Lebanese Arabic, "Welcome" (the greeting) is written using the Latin script as: Ya hala Using the Arabic script, it is written as: يا هلا Listen to this greeting pronounced (audio)   Examples in sentences or statements   "Welcome. Enjoy your stay." (m) Ya hala. 2estamata3 bi 2ikamatika. (f) Ya hala. 2estamat3e bi 2ikamatika. .يا هلا....

“Toothpaste” in Lebanese Arabic

In Lebanese Arabic, "Toothpaste" (the noun) is written using the Latin script as: Dawa 2al 2ethen Using the Arabic script, it is written as: دوا الأسنان Listen to this term pronounced (audio)   Examples in sentences or statements   "We’re almost out of toothpaste." Ta2riban rah yikhlas 3andna dawa 2al 2ethnen. .تقريبًا راح يخلص عنا دوا...

“Toothbrush”, “Toothbrushes” in Lebanese Arabic

In Lebanese Arabic, "Toothbrush" (the noun) is written using the Latin script as: Farshit 2al 2esnen Using the Arabic script, it is written as: فرشاية الأسنان In Lebanese Arabic, "Toothbrushes" (the noun) is written using the Latin script as: Fersheyet 2al 2esnen Using the Arabic script, it is written as: فرشايات الأسنان Listen to these two terms...

“Ticket”, “Tickets” in Lebanese Arabic

In Lebanese Arabic, "Ticket" and "Tickets" (the noun) (the slips that permit admission) are both written using the Latin script as: Bita2a Using the Arabic script, it is written as: بطاقة Listen to this pronounced (audio)   Examples in sentences or statements "Here is your ticket." Hayde bita2a. .هيدي بطاقتك "Can I please buy one ticket?"...

“Staircase”, “Staircases” in Lebanese Arabic

In Lebanese Arabic, "Staircase" and "Staircases" (the noun) are both written using the Latin script as: Daraj Using the Arabic script, it is written as: درج Listen to this word pronounced (audio)   Examples in sentences or statements   "This is an old staircase." Hayda 2al daraj 2adim. .هيدا الدرج قديم   "Where is the staircase?"...

“Shower”, “Showers”, “Showering”, “Showered” (verbs) in Lebanese Arabic

In Lebanese Arabic, "Shower" (the verb) is written using the Latin script as: Doush Using the Arabic script, it is written as: دوش In Lebanese Arabic, "Showers" (the verb) is written using the Latin script as: (m) Yekhod doush (f) Tekhod doush Using the Arabic script, it is written as: ياخد دوش  (m) تاخد دوش (f)...

“Cook”, “Cooks”, “Cooking”, “Cooked” (verbs) in Lebanese Arabic

In Lebanese Arabic, "Cook" (the verb) is written using the Latin script as: 2al tebekh Using the Arabic script, it is written as: الطبخ In Lebanese Arabic, "Cooks" (the verb) is written using the Latin script as: (m) Yatboukh (f) Tatboukh Using the Arabic script, it is written as: يطبخ (m)  تطبخ (f) In Lebanese Arabic,...

“Road”, “Roads” in Lebanese Arabic

In Lebanese Arabic, "Road" (the noun) is written using the Latin script as: Tari2 Using the Arabic script, it is written as: طريق In Lebanese Arabic, "Roads" (the noun) is written using the Latin script as: Tour2at Using the Arabic script, it is written as:  طرأت Listen to these two words pronounced (audio)   Examples in...

“Fence”, “Fences” in Lebanese Arabic

In Lebanese Arabic, "Fence" is written using the Latin script as: Siyej Using the Arabic script, it is written as: سياج In Lebanese Arabic, "Fences" is written using the Latin script as: Siyej Using the Arabic script, it is written as: سياج Listen to these two words pronounced (audio)   Examples in sentences or statements   "It’s a...

“Window”, “Windows” in Lebanese Arabic

In Lebanese Arabic, "Window" (the noun) is written using the Latin script as: Shabak Using the Arabic script, it is written as: شباك In Lebanese Arabic, "Windows" (the noun) is written using the Latin script as: Shababik Using the Arabic script, it is written as: شبابيك Listen to these two words pronounced (audio)   Examples in...

“Port”, “Ports” in Lebanese Arabic

In Lebanese Arabic, "Port" is written using the Latin script as: Marfa2 Using the Arabic script, it is written as: مرفأ In Lebanese Arabic, "Ports" is written using the Latin script as: Marafi2 Using the Arabic script, it is written as: مرافيء Listen to these two words pronounced (audio)   Examples in sentences or statements  ...

“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: أفيل (m) أفلي(f) In Lebanese Arabic, "Locks" (the verb) is written using the Latin script as: (m) Yi2afil (f) Te2afil Using the Arabic script, it is written as: يقفل (m) تقفيل...

“Lock”, “Locks” (nouns) in Lebanese Arabic

In Lebanese Arabic, "Lock" (the noun) is written using the Latin script as: 2efel Using the Arabic script, it is written as: قفل In Lebanese Arabic, "Locks" (the noun) is written using the Latin script as: 2efoule Using the Arabic script, it is written as:  قفولة Listen to these two words pronounced (audio)   Examples in...

“Key”, “Keys” in Lebanese Arabic

In Lebanese Arabic, "Key" (the noun) is written using the Latin script as: Mefteh Using the Arabic script, it is written as: مفتاح In Lebanese Arabic, "Keys" (the noun) is written using the Latin script as: Mafetih Using the Arabic script, it is written as: مفاتيح Listen to these two words pronounced (audio)   Examples in...

“Garden”, “Gardens” in Lebanese Arabic

In Lebanese Arabic, "Garden" is written using the Latin script as: Hadika Using the Arabic script, it is written as: حديقة In Lebanese Arabic, "Gardens" is written using the Latin script as: Hadayik Using the Arabic script, it is written as:  حدايق Listen to these two words pronounced (audio)   Examples in sentences or statements "That...

“Door”, “Doors” in Lebanese Arabic

In Lebanese Arabic, "Door" (the noun) is written using the Latin script as: Beb Using the Arabic script, it is written as: باب In Lebanese Arabic, "Doors" (the noun) is written using the Latin script as: 2abweb Using the Arabic script, it is written as:  ابواب Listen to these two words pronounced (audio)   Examples in...

“Pay”, “Pays”, “Paying”, “Paid” (verb) in Tunisian Arabic

In Tunisian Arabic, “Pay” (the verb) is written using the Latin script as: 5alas Using the Arabic script, it is written as: خلص In Tunisian Arabic, "Pays” (the verb) is written using the Latin script as: Y5alas Using the Arabic script, it is written as: يخلص In Tunisian Arabic, "Paying” (the verb) is written using the...

“And how are you?” in Tunisian Arabic

In Tunisian Arabic, "And how are you?" is written using the Latin script as: W enti labes? Using the Arabic script, it is written as: و أنت لباس؟ Listen to this phrase pronounced (audio)   Related phrases in Tunisian Arabic “How are you?” in Tunisian Arabic “I’m good” in Tunisian Arabic This phrase in other Arabic...

“Bridge” “Bridges” in Lebanese Arabic

In Lebanese Arabic, "Bridge" is written using the Latin script as: Jeser Using the Arabic script, it is written as: جسر In Lebanese Arabic, "Bridges" is written using the Latin script as: Jousour Using the Arabic script, it is written as: جسور Listen to these two words pronounced (audio)   Examples in sentences or statements  ...

“Menu” “Menus” in Lebanese Arabic

In Lebanese Arabic, "Menu" is written using the Latin script as: Menu Using the Arabic script, it is written as: مانيو In Lebanese Arabic, "Menus"  is written using the Latin script as: Menyouyet Using the Arabic script, it is written as: مانيويات Listen to these two words pronounced (audio)   Examples in sentences or statements  ...

“Lightswitch”, “Lightswitches” in Lebanese Arabic

In Lebanese Arabic, "Lightswitch" is written using the Latin script as: Kabsit 2al daw Using the Arabic script, it is written as: كبسة الضو In Lebanese Arabic, "Lightswitches" is written using the Latin script as: Kabset 2al daw Using the Arabic script, it is written as: كبسات الضو Listen to these two terms pronounced (audio)  ...

“Land”, “Lands” (nouns) in Lebanese Arabic

In Lebanese Arabic, "Land" (the noun) is written using the Latin script as: 2ared Using the Arabic script, it is written as: أرض In Lebanese Arabic, "Lands" (the noun) is written using the Latin script as: 2aradi Using the Arabic script, it is written as:  أراضي Listen to these words pronounced (audio)   Examples in sentences...

“Desk”, “Desks” in Lebanese Arabic

In Lebanese Arabic, "Desk" is written using the Latin script as: Tawlit maktab Using the Arabic script, it is written as: طاولة مكتب In Lebanese Arabic, "Desks"  is written using the Latin script as: Tawlet maktab Using the Arabic script, it is written as:  طاولات مكتب Listen to these words pronounced (audio)   Examples in sentences...

“Carpet”, “Carpets” in Lebanese Arabic

In Lebanese Arabic, "Carpet" is written using the Latin script as: Sejed Using the Arabic script, it is written as: سجاد In Lebanese Arabic, "Carpets" is written using the Latin script as: Sejedet Using the Arabic script, it is written as:  سجادات Listen to these two words pronounced (audio)   Examples in sentences or statements  ...

“Cloud”, “Clouds” in Lebanese Arabic

In Lebanese Arabic, "Cloud" is written using the Latin script as: Ghayme Using the Arabic script, it is written as: غيمة In Lebanese Arabic, "Clouds"  is written using the Latin script as: Ghouyoum Using the Arabic script, it is written as: غيوم Listen to these two words pronounced (audio)   Examples in sentences or statements  ...

“Nap”, “Naptime”, “Naps” (nouns) in Tunisian Arabic

In Tunisian Arabic, “Nap" (the noun) is written using the Latin script as: 9ayloula Using the Arabic script, it is written as: قيلولة In Tunisian Arabic, “Naptime" (the noun) is written using the Latin script as: Wa9t 9ayloula Using the Arabic script, it is written as:  وقت قيلولة In Tunisian Arabic, "Naps" (the noun) is written using the Latin...

“Ninety” (90) in Tunisian Arabic

In Tunisian Arabic, the number "90" is written using the Latin script as: Tes3in When spelled using the Arabic script, it is written as: تسعين When "90" is written numerically using the Arabic script, it is written as: ٩٠ Listen to this number pronounced (audio)     Examples in sentences or statements   "He is 90 years...

“Can I have…?” in Tunisian Arabic

In Tunisian Arabic, "Can I have...?", when requesting something from someone, is written using the Latin script as: Tnajem ta3tini...? Using the Arabic script, it is written as: تنجم تعطيني...؟ In Tunisian Arabic, "Can I have...?", when requesting to take something from someone, such as borrowing an item, is written using the Latin script as: Tnajem...

“Hike”, “Hikes”, “Hiking”, “Hiked” (verbs) in Lebanese Arabic

In Lebanese Arabic, "Hike" (the verb) is written using the Latin script as: Mashe masefet tawile Using the Arabic script, it is written as: مشي مسافات طويلة In Lebanese Arabic, "Hikes" (the verb) is written using the Latin script as: (m) Yamshe masefet tawile (f) Tamshe masefet tawile Using the Arabic script, it is written as:...

“Family” “Families” in Lebanese Arabic

In Lebanese Arabic, "Family" is written using the Latin script as: 3ayle Using the Arabic script, it is written as: عيلة In Lebanese Arabic, "Families" is written using the Latin script as: 3iyal Using the Arabic script, it is written as: عيل Listen to these two words pronounced (audio)   Examples in sentences or statements  ...

“Have you…?” in Lebanese Arabic

In Lebanese Arabic, "Have you...?" is written using the Latin script as: Shi? Using the Arabic script, it is written as: شي؟ Listen to this word / phrase pronounced (audio)   Examples in sentences or statements   "Have you been to Italy?" (m) Zeret shi italia? (f) Zerte shi italia? زرت شي ايطاليا؟ (m) زرتي شي ايطاليا؟...

“Extra” in Lebanese Arabic

In Lebanese Arabic, "Extra" is written using the Latin script as: Ziyede Using the Arabic script, it is written as: زيادة Listen to this word pronounced (audio)   Examples in sentences or statements   "Extra cheese, please!" (m) Jebne ziyede, 2arjouk! (f) Jebne ziyede, 2arjouke! !جبنة زيادة، أرجوك (m) !جبنة زيادة، أرجوكي (f)   "Extra onions." Basal...

“Do you want…?” in Lebanese Arabic

In Lebanese Arabic, "Do you want...?" is written using the Latin script as: (m) Badak? (f) Badik? Using the Arabic script, it is written as:  بدك؟ (m)  بدك؟ (f) Listen to these two words / phrases pronounced (audio)   Examples in sentences or statements   "Do you want to go get a tea?" (m) Badak tekhod shay?...

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

In Lebanese Arabic, "Ask" (the verb) is written using the Latin script as: (m) 2es2al (f) 2es2ale Using the Arabic script, it is written as:  أسأل (m)  أسألي (f) In Lebanese Arabic, "Asks" (the verb) is written using the Latin script as: (m) Yis2al (f) Tis2al Using the Arabic script, it is written as:   يسأل...

“Basement” “Basements” in Lebanese Arabic

In Lebanese Arabic, "Basement" and "Basements" are both written using the Latin script as: 2abou Using the Arabic script, it is written as: قبو Listen to this word pronounced (audio)   Examples in sentences or statements   "This house has a basement." Hal bet 2eluha 2abou. .هالبيت الها قبو   "This house doesn’t have a basement."...

“Weekend”, “Weekends” in Lebanese Arabic

In Lebanese Arabic, "Weekend" and "Weekends" are both written using the Latin script as: 2ekhir 2al 2ousbou3 Using the Arabic script, it is written as: آخر الأسبوع Listen to this term pronounced (audio)   Examples in sentences or statements   "Tomorrow is the weekend." Boukra 2ekhir 2al 2ousbou3. .بكرا آخر الاسبوع   "What are you doing...

“Restaurant”, “Restaurants” in Lebanese Arabic

In Lebanese Arabic, "Restaurant" is written using the Latin script as: Mat3am Using the Arabic script, it is written as: مطعم In Lebanese Arabic, "Restaurants" is written using the Latin script as: Mata3em Using the Arabic script, it is written as:  مطاعم Listen to these two words pronounced (audio)   Examples in sentences or statements   "Do you...

“It is…” in Lebanese Arabic

In Lebanese Arabic, "It is..." is written using the Latin script as: 2inaha... Using the Arabic script, it is written as: ...انها Listen to this phrase pronounced (audio)   Examples in sentences or statements "It is sunny out." 2inaha mshamse bara.   .انها مشمسة برا "It is a beautiful day." 2inaha yawm jamil. .انها يوم جميل "It...

“I will…” in Lebanese Arabic

In Lebanese Arabic, "I will..." is written using the Latin script as: Bade Using the Arabic script, it is written as: بدي Listen to this word / phrase pronounced (audio)   Examples in sentences or statements   "I will arrive soon." Bade 2ousal 2ariban. .بدي أوصل قريبًا   "I will leave soon." Bade rouh 2ariban. .بدي روح...

“I need…” in Lebanese Arabic

In Lebanese Arabic, "I need" is written using the Latin script as: 2ana bi haje Using the Arabic script, it is written as: انا بحاجة Listen to this phrase pronounced (audio)   Examples in sentences or statements   "I need to get more paper for the printer." 2ana bi haje la aktar wroura2 kermel 2al printer. .أنا...

“How many…?” in Lebanese Arabic

In Lebanese Arabic, "How many...?" is written using the Latin script as: Kam wahad...? Using the Arabic script, it is written as: كم واحد...؟ Listen to this phrase pronounced (audio)   Examples in sentences or statements   "How many do you want?" (m) Kam wahad badak? (f) Kam wahad badik?  كم واحد بدك؟ (m)  كم واحد بديك؟...

“Hello again” in Lebanese Arabic

In Lebanese Arabic, "Hello again" is written using the Latin script as: Marhaba mara tene Using the Arabic script, it is written as: مرحبا مرة تانية Listen to this phrase pronounced (audio)   Related words or phrases in Lebanese Arabic “Good evening” in Lebanese Arabic “Good morning” in Lebanese Arabic “Hello” (Hi) in Lebanese Arabic  

“Cheers” in Lebanese Arabic

In Lebanese Arabic, "Cheers" (the common salut over drinks) is written using the Latin script as: (m) Bisehtak (f) Bisehtik Using the Arabic script, it is written as: بصحتك (m) بصحتيك (f) Listen to these two words pronounced (audio)  

“Another” in Lebanese Arabic

In Lebanese Arabic, "Another" is written using the Latin script as: Gher Using the Arabic script, it is written as: غير Listen to this word pronounced (audio)   Examples in sentences or statements   "Another one, please." (m) Wahad gher, 2arjouk. (f) Wahad gher, 2arjouke.  .واحد غير، أرجوك (m) .واحد غير، أرجوكي (f)   "It is in...

“Again” in Lebanese Arabic

In Lebanese Arabic, "Again" is written using the Latin script as: Mara tene Using the Arabic script, it is written as: مرة تانية Listen to this phrase pronounced (audio)   Examples in sentences or statements   "Let’s do it again!" Khalina na3mela mara tene! !خلينا نعملها مرة ثانية "I want to visit this country again sometime." Bade...

“Both” in Lebanese Arabic

In Lebanese Arabic, "Both" is written using the Latin script as: Tnayneton Using the Arabic script, it is written as: تنيناتون Listen to this word pronounced (audio)   Examples in sentences or statements   "I’ll take both." Rah nekhod tnayneton. .راح اخد تنيناتون   "Both, please." (m) Tnayneton, 2arjouk. (f) Tnayneton, 2arjouke. .تنيناتون، أرجوك (m) .تنيناتون، أرجوكي...

“Can I have a coffee?” in Tunisian Arabic

In Tunisian Arabic, "Can I have a coffee?" is written using the Latin script as: Ta3tini 9ahwa? Using the Arabic script, it is written as: تعطيني قهوة؟ Listen to this phrase pronounced (audio)   Related words or phrases in Tunisian Arabic “Coffee” in Tunisian Arabic  

“We” in Tunisian Arabic

In Tunisian Arabic, "We" is written using the Latin script as: A7na Using the Arabic script, it is written as: احنا Listen to this word pronounced (audio)   Examples in sentences or statements   "We are travelling as a family." A7na bech nsefrou ka 3ayla. .احنا باش نسافرو كى عايلة   "We will arrive tomorrow." A7na...

“Twenty-one” (21) in Tunisian Arabic

In Tunisian Arabic, the number "Twenty-one" is written using the Latin script as: We7ed w3echrin When spelled using the Arabic script, it is written as: واحد وعشرين When "21" is written numerically using the Arabic script, it is written as: ٢١ Listen to this number pronounced (audio)   Examples in sentences or statements   "The price...

“Twenty-three” (23) in Tunisian Arabic

In Tunisian Arabic, the number "Twenty-three" is written using the Latin script as: Thletha w3echrin When spelled using the Arabic script, it is written as: ثلاثة وعشرين When "23" is written numerically using the Arabic script, it is written as: ٢٣ Listen to this number pronounced (audio)   Examples in sentences or statements    "The price...

“Twenty-two” (22) in Tunisian Arabic

In Tunisian Arabic, the number "Twenty-two" is written using the Latin script as: Thnin w3echrin When spelled using the Arabic script, it is written as: ثنين وعشرين When "22" is written numerically using the Arabic script, it is written as: ٢٢ Listen to this number pronounced (audio)   Examples in sentences or statements   "Here is...

“Twenty-four” (24) in Tunisian Arabic

In Tunisian Arabic, the number "Twenty-four" is written using the Latin script as: 2arb3a w3echrin When spelled using the Arabic script, it is written as: اربعة وعشرين When "24" is written numerically using the Arabic script, it is written as: 24 Listen to this number pronounced (audio)   Examples in sentences or statements   "I bought...

“Twenty-five” (25) in Tunisian Arabic

In Tunisian Arabic, the number "Twenty-five" is written using the Latin script as: 5amsa w3echrin When spelled using the Arabic script, it is written as: خمسة وعشرين When "25" is written numerically using the Arabic script, it is written as: ٢٥ Listen to this number pronounced (audio)   Examples in sentences or statements   "The price...

“Twenty-six ” (26) in Tunisian Arabic

In Tunisian Arabic, the number "Twenty-six" is written using the Latin script as: Seta w3echrin When spelled using the Arabic script, it is written as: ستة وعشرين When "26" is written numerically using the Arabic script, it is written as: ٢٦ Listen to this number pronounced (audio)   Examples in sentences or statements   "The price...

“I’m good” in Tunisian Arabic

In Tunisian Arabic, "I’m good" is written using the Latin script as: Ena lebes Using the Arabic script, it is written as: انا لباس Listen to this phrase pronounced (audio)   Examples in sentences or statements   "I’m good, thanks." Ena lebes, 3aychek. .انا لباس، عيشك   "I’m good, thanks. How are you?" Ena lebes,3aychek. Chnahwelek...

“Bathroom”, “Bathrooms” in Lebanese Arabic

In Lebanese Arabic, "Bathroom" is written using the Latin script as: Hemem Using the Arabic script, it is written as: حمام In Lebanese Arabic, "Bathrooms" is written using the Latin script as: Hememet Using the Arabic script, it is written as: حمامات Listen to these two words pronounced (audio)   Examples in sentences or statements   "Where are...

“Travel”, “Travels”, “Travelling”, “Travelled” (verbs) in Lebanese Arabic

In Lebanese Arabic, "Travel" (the verb) is written using the Latin script as: Safar Using the Arabic script, it is written as: سفر In Lebanese Arabic, "Travels" (the verb) is written using the Latin script as: (m) Yisefir (f) Tetsefir Using the Arabic script, it is written as: يسافر (m)  تيتسافر (f) In Lebanese Arabic, "Travelling"...

“More” in Lebanese Arabic

In Lebanese Arabic, "More" is written using the Latin script as: 2aktar Using the Arabic script, it is written as: اكتر Listen to this word pronounced (audio)   Examples in sentences or statements   "More lettuce, please." (m) Khas ziyede, 2arjouk. (f) Khas ziyede, 2arjouke. .خس زيادة، أرجوك (m) .خس زيادة، أرجوكي (f)   "More onions, please."...

“Meal”, “Meals” in Lebanese Arabic

In Lebanese Arabic, "Meal" is written using the Latin script as: Wajbe Using the Arabic script, it is written as: وجبة In Lebanese Arabic, "Meals" is written using the Latin script as: Wajbet Using the Arabic script, it is written as:  وجبات Listen to these two words pronounced (audio) Examples in sentences or statements "Good meal!" Wajbe taybe....

“I disagree” in Lebanese arabic

In Lebanese Arabic, "I disagree" is written using the Latin script as: 2ana mesh mouwefa2 Using the Arabic script, it is written as: انا مش موافق Listen to this phrase pronounced (audio)   Examples in sentences or statements   "No, I disagree." La2, 2ana mesh mwefa2. .لا، انا مش موافق   "I disagree with the logic." 2ana...

“Are you open?” in Lebanese Arabic

In Lebanese Arabic, "Are you open?" (a common phrase meaning "Is your store (or restaurant, etc.) open?) is written using the Latin script as: (m) 2enta fetih? (f) 2ente fethe? Using the Arabic script, it is written as: انت فاتح؟ (m) انتي فاتحي؟ (f) Listen to these two phrases pronounced (audio)  

“Pizza”, “Pizzas” in Lebanese Arabic

In Lebanese Arabic, "Pizza" is written using the Latin script as: Pizza In Lebanese Arabic, using the Arabic script, it is written as: بيتزا In Lebanese Arabic, "Pizzas" is written using the Latin script as: Pizza In Lebanese Arabic, using the Arabic script, it is written as: بيتزا Listen to these two words pronounced (audio)  ...

“Park”, “Parks” (nouns) in Lebanese Arabic

In Lebanese Arabic, "Park" (the noun) (a public recreational outdoor area) is written using the Latin script as: Hadi2a Using the Arabic script, it is written as: حديقة In Lebanese Arabic, "Parks" (the noun) (public recreational outdoor areas) is written using the Latin script as: Hada2ik Using the Arabic script, it is written as حدايق Listen...

“Lettuce” in Lebanese Arabic

In Lebanese Arabic, "Lettuce" is written using the Latin script as: Khas In Lebanese Arabic, using the Arabic script, it is written as: خس Listen to this word pronounced (audio)   Examples in sentences or statements "Yes, lettuce on the hamburger, please." (m) Na3am, 2al khas ma3 2al hamburger, 2arjouk. (f) Na3am, 2al khas ma3 2al...

“Work”, “Working”, “Worked” (verbs) in Tunisian Arabic

In Tunisian Arabic, "Work" (the verb) is written using the Latin script as: Te5dem Using the Arabic script, it is written as: تخدم In Tunisian Arabic, "Working"  (the verb) is written using the Latin script as: Ne5dem Using the Arabic script, it is written as: نخدم In Tunisian Arabic, "Worked" (the verb) is written using the Latin...

“Onion”, “Onions” in Lebanese Arabic

In Lebanese Arabic, "Onion" is written using the Latin script as: Basal In Lebanese Arabic, using the Arabic script, it is written as: بصل In Lebanese Arabic, "Onions" is written using the Latin script as: Baslat In Lebanese Arabic, using the Arabic script, it is written as:  بصلات Listen to these two words pronounced (audio)  ...

“No sugar” in Lebanese Arabic

In Lebanese Arabic, "No sugar" is written using the Latin script as: Bala soukar Using the Arabic script, it is written as: بلا سوكر Listen to this phrase pronounced (audio)   Related words in Lebanese Arabic “Coffee” in Lebanese Arabic “Sugar” in Lebanese Arabic “Tea” in Lebanese Arabic  

“I like” in Lebanese arabic

In Lebanese Arabic, "I like” is written using the Latin script as: 2ana bheb Using the Arabic script, it is written as: انا بحب Listen to this phrase pronounced (audio)   Examples in sentences or statements   "I like this meal." 2ana bheb hal 2akle. .انا بحب هالاكلة   "I like this unit." 2ana bheb hal...

“Here you go” in Lebanese Arabic

In Lebanese Arabic, "Here you go” is written using the Latin script as: (m) Tfadal (f) Tfadale Using the Arabic script, it is written as:  تفضل (m)  تفضلي (f) Listen to these two words pronounced (audio)  

“Great!” in Lebanese Arabic

In Lebanese Arabic, "Great!” is written using the Latin script as: 3azim! Using the Arabic script, it is written as: !عظيم Listen to this word pronounced (audio)   Examples in sentences or statements   "That is great!" hal shay 3azim! !هالشي عظيم   "That sounds great!" Mbayan shi 3azim. .مبين شي عظيم   "You are a...

“Bike”, “Bikes”, “Biking”, “Biked” in Lebanese Arabic

In Lebanese Arabic, "Bike” (the noun) is written using the Latin script as: Bisiklet Using the Arabic script, it is written as: بسكلات In Lebanese Arabic, "Bikes” (the verb) is written using the Latin script as: (m) Yarkab 3al bisiklet (f) Tarkab 3al bisiklet Using the Arabic script, it is written as: يركب عالبسكلات (m) تركب...

“Eighty” (80) in Lebanese Arabic

In Lebanese Arabic, “Eighty" (80) is written using the Latin script as: Tmenin When spelled using the Arabic script, it is written as: تمانين When "80" is written numerically using the Arabic script, it is written as: ٨٠ Listen to this number pronounced (audio)   Examples in sentences or statements   "The total is eighty." 2al majmou3...

“Buy”, “Buys”, “Buying”, “Bought” (verbs) in Lebanese Arabic

In Lebanese Arabic, "Buy" (the verb) is written using the Latin script as: Eshtere Using the Arabic script, it is written as: اشتري In Lebanese Arabic, "Buys" (the verb) is written using the Latin script as: Yeshtere Using the Arabic script, it is written as: يشتري In Lebanese Arabic, "Buying" (the verb) is written using the...

“Cool”, “Cools”, “Cooling”, “Cooled” in Lebanese Arabic

In Lebanese Arabic, "Cool" (the adjective) is written using the Latin script as: Broud Using the Arabic script, it is written as: برود In Lebanese Arabic, "Cools" (the verb) is written using the Latin script as: Ybawrid Using the Arabic script, it is written as: يبورد In Lebanese Arabic, "Cooling" (the verb) is written using the...

“Can I have a tea?” in Lebanese Arabic

In Lebanese Arabic, "Can I have a tea?" is written using the Latin script as: Fiyye e5od shai? Using the Arabic script, it is written as: فيي آخد شاي؟ Listen to this phrase pronounced (audio)   Examples in sentences or statements   “Can I have a tea, please?” Fiyye e5od shai, 3mol ma3rouf? فيي آخد شاي...
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