“Gasoline” in Lebanese Arabic

In Lebanese Arabic, “Gasoline” (the noun, as in the fuel) (also known as “gas”) is written using the Latin script as:


Using the Arabic script, it is written as:

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Examples in sentences or statements

“Gasoline is at a good price.”

Sa3er 2al benzine mnih.

.سعر البنزين منيح

“What is gasoline priced at right now?”

2adesh sa3er 2al benzine hala2?

اديش سعر البنزين هلأ؟

“I’m going to pull over and gas up.”

Bade wa2if 3abe benzine.

.بدي وقف عبي بنزين

“Does the car need gas?”

2al siyarat bihaje benzine?

السيارة بحاجة لبنزين؟

“The car has a quarter tank of gas left.”

Ba3ad fi rabe3 tanket beznine bel siyara.

.بعد في ربع تنكة بنزين بالسيارة


In other Mediterranean languages and dialects

“Gasoline” in Tunisian Arabic

“Gasoline” in Turkish

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