“Taste”, “Tasting”, “Tasted” in Lebanese Arabic

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

Dou2

in Lebanese Arabic, using the Arabic script, Dou2 (Taste) is written as:

دوق

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

3amb dou2

in Lebanese Arabic, using the Arabic script, 3ambdou2 (Tasting) is written as:

عمبدوق

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

De2et

in Lebanese Arabic, using the Arabic script, De2et (Tasted) is written as:

دقت

Listen to these three words pronounced (audio)

 

Examples in sentences or statements

 

“I will give it a taste.”

Bade dou2.

.بدي دوق

 

“I am tasting notes of green banana and tomato in the olive oil!”

3ambdou2 ta3met 2al moz 2al 2akhdar wa banadoura bi zayt 2al zaytoun.

.عمبدوق طعمة الموز الأخضر و بندورة بزيت الزيتون

 

“I’ve tasted this brand of olive oil before.”

2ana de2et ta3met hal khebez bi zayt 2al zaytoun 2abel.

.انا دقت طعمة هالخبز بزيت الزيتون قبل

 

Can you describe what you taste?”

(m) Fik teshrah shou bet dou2?

(f) Fike teshrahe shou bet dou2e?

فيك تشرح شو بت دوق؟ (m)

فيكي تشرحي شو بت دوقي؟ (f)

 

What an excellent taste!”

Shou hal ta3me 2al tayib!

!شو هالطعمة الطيبة

 

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