“Purchases” (third-person) in Tunisian Arabic

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

(m) Yechri

(f) Techri

Using the Arabic script, it is written as:

 يشري (m)

تشري (f)

Listen to these two words pronounced (audio)


Examples in sentences or statements


“My mother never purchases expensive jewellery.”

Ommi 3morha matechri syegha ghalya.

.أمّي عمرها ماتشري صياغة غالية


“He purchases used cars, repairs them and then sells them.”

Yechri kraheb mesta3mlin, ysalla7hom w ba3d y3awed ybi3hom.

.يشري كراهب مستعملين, يصلّحهم و بعد يعاود يبيعهم


“My husband rarely purchases things for himself.”

Rajli 9lil win yechri 7aja l rou7ou.

.راجلي قليل وين يشري حاجة لروحو


“This agency purchases cheap lands in order to retail them.”

Echarika hedhi techri aradhi r5as bech mba3d tbi3hom bel tafsil.

.الشركة هذي تشري أراضي رخاص بش مبعد تبيعهم بالتفصيل


“No one purchases mansions like that.”

Mafamma 7atta 7ad yechri 9sourat kima hakeka.

.مافمّا حتّى حد يشري قصورات كيما هكّاكة


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