“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

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Examples in sentences or statements

 
“This road is bumpy.”

2al tari2 fiyo ktir metabet.

.الطريق فيو كتير مطبات

 
“That was a bumpy drive.”

2al swe2a kenit fiya ktir mtabet.

.السواقة كانت فيا كتير مطبات

 
“The trip yesterday was bumpy.”

2al meshwar 2emberih ken fiyo ktir metabet.

.المشوار امبارح كان فيو كتير مطبات

 
“This street can get bumpy.”

2al sheri3 bisir fiyo metabet.

.الشارع بيسير فيو مطبات

 
“This road can get bumpy.”

Haydal tari2 fiyo metabet.

.الشارع بيسير فيو مطبات

 

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