“French fries” in Lebanese Arabic

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

Batata me2liyet

Using the Arabic script, it is written as:

بطاطا مقلية

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Examples in sentences or statements

“Can I have some French fries, please?”

(m) Fine 2ekhod batata me2liyet, 2arjouk?

(f) Fine 2ekhod bbatata me2liet, 2arjouke?

فيني اخد بطاطا مقلية، ارجوك؟(m)

فيني اخد بطاطا مقلية، ارجوكي؟ (f)

“Can I have a shawarma and French fries?”

Fine 2ekhod shawarme ou batata me2liye?

فيني اخد شاورما و بطاطا مقلية؟

“Ketchup with the French fries please.”

(m) Ketchup ma3 2el batata me2liyet, 2arjouk.

(f) Ketchup ma3 2el batata me2liyet, 2arjouke.

.كاتشاب مع البطاطا المقلية، ارجوك (m)

.كاتشاب مع البطاطا المقلية، ارجوكي (f)

“Do you have vinegar for the French fries?”

(m) 3andak khal lal batata me2liyet?

(f) 3andik khal lal batata me2liyet?

 عندك خل للبطاطا المقلية؟ (m)

 عنديك خل للبطاطا المقلية؟ (f)

“Can I have some pepper for the French fries?”

Fine 2ekhod falafel lal batata 2el me2liye?

فيني اخد فلفل للبطاطا المقلية؟


In other Mediterranean languages and dialects

“French Fries” in Tunisian Arabic

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