“Bill” in Lebanese Arabic


In Lebanese Arabic, “Bill” (a notice to pay for a service) is written using the Latin script as:

2al fatoura

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


Listen to this word pronounced (audio)


Examples in sentences or statements

“Bill, please.”

(m) 2arjouk 2al fatoura.

(f) 2arjouke 2al fatoura.

.ارجوك الفاتورة (m)

.ارجوكي الفاتورة (f)

“Can I get the bill?”

Fine ekhod 2al?

فيني اخد الفاتورة؟

“I’m finished. Can you please prepare the bill?”

(m) 2ana khalaset. 2arjouk fik ethadir 2al fatoura ?

(f) 2ana khalaset. 2arjouke fike thadre 2al fatoura ?

انا خلصت. ارجوك فيك تحضر الفاتورة؟ (m)

انا خلصت. ارجوكي فيكي تحضري الفاتورة؟  (f)

“How much is the bill?”

2adesh 2al fatoura?

اديش الفاتورة؟

“I’ll pick up the bill.”

2ana rah jib 2al fatoura.

.انا راح جيب الفاتورة


This word in other Arabic dialects

“Bill” in Tunisian Arabic

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