“Sounds good” in Lebanese Arabic

In Lebanese Arabic, “Sounds good” is written using the Latin script as:

Mbayan mnih

Using the Arabic script, it is written as:

مبين منيح

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Examples in sentences or statements

“Sounds good. See you then.”

(m) Mbayan mnih. Bshufak ba3den.

(f) Mbayan mnih. Bshufik ba3den.

.مبين منيح. بشوفك بعدين (m)

.مبين منيح. بشوفيك بعدين (f)

“Sounds good to me.”

Mbayan mnih bel nesbe 2ele.

.مبين منيح بالنسبة الي


“Sounds good. See you at 6pm.”

(m) Mbayan mnih. Bshufak se3a sete.

(f) Mbayan mnih. Bshufik se3a sete.

.مبين منيح. بشوفك الساعة ستة (m)

.مبين منيح. بشوفك الساعة ستة (f)

“Sounds good. Let’s proceed.”

Mbayan mnih. Khalina nkafe.

.مبين منيح. خلينا نكفي

“Sounds good. I’ll see you tomorrow.”

(m) Mbayan mnih. Bshufak bukra.

(f) Mbayan mnih. Bshufik bukra.

.مبين منيح. بشوفك بكرا (m)

.مبين منيح. بشوفيك بكرا (f)


Related words in Lebanese Arabic

“Okay” in Lebanese Arabic

“Yes” in Lebanese Arabic

In other Mediterranean languages and dialects

“Sounds good” in Egyptian Arabic

“Sounds good” in Tunisian Arabic

“Sounds good” in Turkish

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