“March”, “Marching”, “Marched” (verbs) in Lebanese Arabic

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

Masira

Using the Arabic script, it is written as:

مسيرة

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

Yisir

Using the Arabic script, it is written as:

يسير

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

Sar

Using the Arabic script, it is written as:

سار

Listen to these three words pronounced (audio)

Examples in sentences or statements

 

“The band marched down the street while playing music.”

2al ferka 2al mousi2a sarit bel sheri3 hene ou 3ambya3zfo 2al mousi2a.

.الفرقة الموسيقية سارت بالشارع هني وعمبيعزفو الموسيقى

 

“A group of military personnel marched to their station.”

Majmou3a men 2afrad 2al jesh saro 2ele mrakzoun.

.مجموعة من افراد الجيش ساروا الى مركزون

 

“That band is marching.”

2al fer2a 2al mousi2a tadribat 3ala 2al masira t3amluha bi2ensijem.

.الفرقة الموسيقية تدربت على المسيرة تيعملوها بإنسجام

 

“The band practiced marching to do it in unison.”

Fer2a 2al mousi2a tedarabo la yighano.

.فرقة موسيقية تداربو ليخنو

 

“A band marched onto the field at halftime.”

Fer2a 2al mousi2a sarit 2ila 2al hakel bi wa2et 2al 2istirahat.

.فرقة موسيقية سارت الى الحقل بوقت الاستراحة

Related words in Lebanese Arabic

“March” (the month) in Lebanese Arabic

“Walk”, “Walking”, “Walked” (verbs) in Lebanese Arabic

“Run”, “Running”, “Ran” (verbs) in Lebanese Arabic

 

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