“Larger”, “Largest” in Lebanese Arabic

In Lebanese Arabic, “Larger” (the adjective) is written using the Latin script as:

2akbar

Using the Arabic script, it is written as:

أكبر

In Lebanese Arabic, “Largest” (the adjective) is written using the Latin script as:

2al 2akbar

Using the Arabic script, it is written as:

الأكبر

Listen to these two terms pronounced (audio)


 

Examples in sentences or statements

 
“Do you have a car available with larger trunk space?”

(m) 3andak siyara bimaseha sendou2 2akbar?

(f) 3andik siyara bimaseha sendou2 2akbar?

عندك سيارة بمساحة صندوق أكبر؟ (m)

عنديك سيارة بمساحة صندوق أكبر؟​(f)

 
“Is there a larger bag?”

Fi kis 2akbar?

في كيس أكبر؟

 
“Do you have a larger suitcase for sale?”

(m) 3andak shanta safer 2akbar lal be3?

(f) 3andik shanta safer 2akbar lal be3?

عندك شنطة سفر أكبر للبيع؟ (m)

عنديك شنطة سفر أكبر للبيع؟(f)

 
“This is the largest suitcase we have for sale.”

Hayde shanta 2al safer 2al 2akbar 3ana lal be3.

.هيدي شنطة السفر الأكبر عنا للبيع

 
“Which room has the larger bed?”

2ay gherfe fiha takhet 2akbar?

أي غرفة فيها تخت أكبر؟​

 

These two words in other Arabic dialects

“Larger”, “Largest” in Tunisian Arabic
 

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