“Minute”, “Minutes” in Tunisian Arabic
In Tunisian Arabic, “Minute” is written using the Latin script as:
In Tunisian Arabic, using the Arabic script, D9i9a (Minute) is written as:
In Tunisian Arabic, “Minutes” is written using the Latin script as:
In Tunisian Arabic, using the Arabic script, D9aya9 (Minutes) is written as:
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Examples in sentences or statements
“Do you have a minute?”
3andek d9i9a men wa9tek?
“There are sixty minutes in an hour.”
Fama setin d9i9a fel se3a.
“How many minutes to complete the order?”
9adech men d9i9a bech tkamel el commande?
“I’ll be back in 10 minutes.”
Taw nerja3 ba3ed 10 d9aya9.
“I’m going to leave for the airport in a few minutes.”
Bech no5roj mel matar ba3ed chwaya d9aya9.
These words in other Arabic dialects