“Flies” (act of flying) (third-person) in Egyptian Arabic

In Egyptian Arabic, “Flies” (the verb) is written using the Latin script as:

(m) Bayter

(f) Btter

Using the Arabic script, it is written as:

 بيطير (m)

 بتطير (f)

Listen to these two words pronounced (audio)


Examples in sentences or statements

“That bird flies low to the ground.”

Al3asfor dh bayter 2orb al2rd.

.العصفور ده بيطير قرب الارض

“That kind of bird flies high.”

Alno3 dh mn al3asafer bayter 3aly.

.النوع ده من العصافير بيطير عالي

“That butterfly flies gracefully.”

Alfara4a de btter br4aqah.

.الفراشة دي بتطير برشاقة

“The hawk flies back to its owner.”

Alsa2r bayter w yerga3 ly sa7boh.

.الصقر بيطير و يرجع لي صاحبه

“He flies his drone when he travels to beautiful places.”

Howa baytayr aldrone lma baysafet la2makn 7elwa.

.هو بيطاير الدرون لما بيسافر لأماكن حلوة


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