“Plugs in” (third-person) in Tunisian Arabic

In Tunisian Arabic, “Plugs in” (the verb, in the third-person participle) is written using the Latin script as:

(m) Ybranchi

(f) Tbranchi

Using the Arabic script, it is written as:

يبرنشي (m)

تبرنشي (f)

Listen to these two words pronounced (audio)


Examples in sentences or statements

He plugs his phone in here every night.

Houa ybranchi telifounou lena kol lila.

.هو يبرنشي تليفونو لنا كل ليلة

“This plugs in like this.”

(masculine-based object) Haka yetebrancha.

(feminine-based object) Haka tetebrancha.

.هكا يتبنشى (masculine-based object)

.هكا تتبنشى (feminine-based object)

She plugs in her computer after use each time to recharge it.

Hia tbranchi pc mte3ha baad matesta3mlou bch tchargih.

.هي تبرنشي پيسي متاعها بعد ما تستعمله بش تشرجيه

My wife plugs in her hair blower every morning to use it.

Marti tbranchi séchoir mte3ha kol sbe7 bch testa3mlou.

.مرتي تبرنشي سشوار متاعها كل صباح بش تستعمله

He plugs in his electric razor for about ten minutes every morning to recharge it.

Houa ybranchi tendeuse mte3ou f darjin kol sbe7 bch tetcharja.

.هو يبرنشي تندوز متاعو في درجين كل صباح بش تتشرجا


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