“Clothesline”, “Clotheslines” in Lebanese Arabic

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

Habel ghasil

Using the Arabic script, it is written as:

حبل غسيل

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

Hbel ghasil

Using the Arabic script, it is written as:

 حبال غسيل

Listen to these two terms pronounced (audio)


 

Examples in sentences or statements

 
“I’ll hang the clothes on the clothesline.”

Rah 2enshor 2al tyeb 3ala habel 2al ghasil.

.رح انشر التياب على حبل الغسيل

 
“The clothes are hung on the clothesline.”

2al tyeb manshourin 3ala habel 2al ghasil.

.التياب منشورين على حبل الغسيل

 
“The clothes are hung on the clotheslines.”

2al tyeb manshourin 3ala habel 2al ghasil.

.التياب منشورين على حبال الغسيل

 
“Can you grab the clothes from the clotheslines?”

(m) Fik tlem 2al tyeb 3an habel 2al ghasil?

(f) Fike tleme 2al tyeb 3an habel 2al ghasil?

فيك تلم التياب عن حبال الغسيل؟ (m)

فيكي تلمي التياب عن حبال الغسيل؟ (f)

 
“Do you want to see if the clothes are dry on the clotheslines?”

(m) Badak tshouf 2eza 2al tyeb nashafo 3ala habel 2al ghasil?

(f) Badik tshoufe 2eza 2al tyeb nashafo 3ala habel 2al ghasil?

بدك تشوف اذا التياب نشفو على حبال الغسيل؟ (m)

بديك تشوفي اذا التياب نشفو على حبال الغسيل؟ (f)

 

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