“I’m finished” in Lebanese Arabic

In Lebanese Arabic, “I’m finished” (the statement expressing that one has completed an activity) is written using the Latin script as:


Using the Arabic script, it is is written as:


Listen to this word pronounced (audio)


Examples in sentences or statements

“I’m finished. The meal was excellent!”

2ana Khalaset. 2al 2akel kenit ktir tayib!

!انا خلصث الأكل كان كنير طيب

“I’m finished. Can you prepare the bill?”

(m) 2ana khalaset. Fik tehadir 2el fatoura?

(f) 2ana khalaset. Fike tehdare 2el fatoura?

انا خلصت فيك تحضر الفاتورة؟ (m)

انا خلصت فيك تحضري الفاتورة؟ (f)

“Bill, please. I’m finished.”

(m) 2al fatoura 2arjouk. 2ana khalaset.

(f) 2al fatoura 2arjouke. 2ana khalaset.

.الفاتورة أرجوك. انا خلصت (m)

.الفاتورة أرجوكي. انا خلصت (f)

“Yes, I’m finished. Thank you.”

Na3am, 2ana khalaset. Shukran.

.نعم انا خلصت. شكرًا

“I’m finished. Thanks for waiting.”

2ama khalaset. Shukran lel 2entizar.

.انا خلصت. شكرًا للانتظار


In other Mediterranean languages and dialects

“I’m finished” in Tunisian Arabic

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