“Thank you” (Thanks) in Lebanese Arabic

In Lebanese Arabic, “Thank you” (Thanks) is written using the Latin script as:


Using the Arabic script, it is written as:


Listen to this word pronounced (audio)


Examples in sentences or statements

“The meal was great. Thank you.”

2al akel ken laziz. Shukran.

.الاكل كان لذيذ. شكرا

“Keep the change. Thank you.”

(m) Khaliyon ma3ak 2al be2e. Shukran.

(f) Khaliyon ma3ik 2al be2e. Shukran.

.ابقي معك الباقي. شكرا (m)

.ابقي معيك الباقي. شكرا (f)

“That’s very kind of you. Thank you.”

(m) Hayda men latfak. Shukran.

(f) Hayda men latfik. Shukran.

.هيدا من لطفك. شكرا (m)

.هيدا من لطفيك. شكرا (f)

“The stay was wonderful and your unit is beautiful. Thank you.”

(m) 2al ziyara kenit moumtaz wa makanak ra2i3. Shukran.

(f) 2al ziyara kenit moumtaz wa makanik ra2i3. Shukran.

.الزيارة كانت ممتعة و مكانك رائع. شكرا (m)

.الزيارة كانت ممتعة و مكانيك رائع. شكرا (f)

“Thank you for the great service.”

Shukran lal diyafat.

.شكرا للضيافة


In other Mediterranean languages and dialects

“Thank you” in Egyptian Arabic

“Thank you” (Thanks) in Spanish

“Thank you” (Thanks) in Tunisian Arabic

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