“Weights” (anaerobic instruments) in Lebanese Arabic

In Lebanese Arabic, “Weights” (the noun, as in the objects lifted for anaerobic activity) is written using the Latin script as:


Using the Arabic script, it is written as:


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Examples in sentences or statements

“Do you lift weights?”

(m) Bethamil 2al 2awzen?

(f) Bethamle 2al 2awzen?

 بتحمل أوزان؟ (m)

 بتحملي أوزان؟ (f)

“What is your weights routine?”

(m) Shou tari2tak bihemel 2al 2awzen?

(f) Shou tari2tik bihemel 2al 2awzen?

 شو طريقتك بحمل الأوزان؟ (m)

شو طريقتيك بحمل الأوزان؟ (f)

“There are weights in the park.”

Fi 2awzen bel mal3ab.

.في أوزان بالملعب

“Do you want to go lift weights?”

(m) Badak trouh tehmol 2awzen?

(f) Badik trouhe tehemle 2awzen?

بدك تروح تحمل أوزان؟ (m)

بديك تروحي تحملي أوزان؟ (f)

“I’ll come over after weights.”

Rah 2eje ba3ad ma 2ehmol 2awzen.

.رح اجي بعد ما احمل أوزان


In other Mediterranean languages and dialects

“Weights” (anaerobic instruments) in Tunisian Arabic

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