“A lot” In Lebanese Arabic

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In Lebanese Arabic, “A lot” is written using the Latin script as:

Ktir

In Lebanese Arabic, using the Arabic script, it is written as:

كتير

Listen to this word pronounced (audio)

 

Examples in sentences or statements

 
“There are a lot of cats in the park.”

Fi ktir bsaynet bel matar.

.في كتير بسينات بالمنتزه

 
“There are a lot of people walking around downtown today.”

Fi ktir nes 2al yawm 3ambimshu biwasat 2al balad.

.في كتير ناس اليوم عمبيمشو بوسط البلد

 
“Can you put a lot of chocolate on it?”

(m) Fik tkatir chocolate 3aleh?

(f) Fike tkatre chocolate 3aleh?

فيك تكتر شوكولا عليه؟

 
“I have a lot of coins right now. I’m going to try and use them on the next purchase.”

3ande ktir fratah hala2. bade jarib eshtere fihon.

.عندي كتير فراتة هالاء. بدي جرب اشتري فيهون

 
“Thanks a lot!”

Shukran ktir!

!شكرا كتير

 

This word in other Arabic dialects

“A lot” in Tunisian Arabic
 

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