“Builds” (third-person) (verb) in Lebanese Arabic

In Lebanese Arabic, “Builds” (the verb, in the third-person participle) is written using the Latin script as:

(m) Bi3amir

(f) Bet3amir

Using the Arabic script, it is written as:

بيعمير (m)

بيعمرو (f)

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Examples in sentences or statements

“My father builds homes.”

Baye bi3amir byout.

.بي بيعمير بويوت

“My neighbour builds wooden canes.”

(m) Jare bi3amir kasab khashab.

(f) Jare bet3amir kasab khashab.

.جاري بيعمير كاساب خاشاب (m)

.جاري بيتعمير كاساب خاشاب (f)

“My cousin builds planes for a local company.”

(m) 2eben 3ame bi3amir tiyarat la sherke balade.

(f) Bent 3ame bi3amir tiyarat la sherke balade.

.أبن عامي بيعمير تيارات لاشركي بالادي (m)

.بنت عامي بيتعمير تيارات لاشركي بالادي (f)

“He builds furniture.”

Bi3amir ferash.

.بيعامير فراش

“This company builds about 50 homes per year.”

Haydal sherke bi3amir shi khamsin bouyout kel sene.

.حايدال شركي بيعامير شي خامسين بويوت كل سني


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