“We’re out of…” in Tunisian Arabic

In Tunisian Arabic, “We’re out of…” (the common phrase that preludes stating that there is nothing left of a particular thing) is written using the Latin script as:


Using the Arabic script, it is written as:


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Examples in sentences or statements

We’re out of napkins.”

Wfelna l papier serviette.

.وفالنا البابي سرفيات

We’re out of toilet paper.”

Wfelna l papier de toilette.

.وفالنا البابي دو توالات

We’re out of paper towels.”

Wfelna l papier mta3 lkoujina.

.وفالنا البابي متاع الكوجينة

We’re out of olive oil.”

Wfelna ezzit zitouna.

.وفالنا الزيت زيتونة

We’re out of laundry detergent.”

Wfelna l produit mta3 l machina.

.وفالنا البرودوي متاع الماشينا


In other Mediterranean languages and dialects

“We’re out of…” in Lebanese Arabic

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