“Zero” (0) in Lebanese Arabic

In Lebanese Arabic, “Zero” (the number) is written using the Latin script as:

Sefer

Using the Arabic script, it is written as:

صفر

When “0” is written numerically using the Arabic script, it is written as:

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Examples in sentences or statements

 
“It’s zero.”

Hayda sefer.

.هيدا صفر

 
“The number is zero.”

2al ra2em sefer.

.الرقم صفر

 
“One hundred is a one with two zeros after it.”

2al miye hiye wahad wa sefren men ba3do.

.المية هي واحد و صفرين من بعدو

 
“The ground floor is the 0 button in the elevator.”

2al tabe 2al 2ared huwe ra2em sefer bel 2asansor.

.الطابق الارضي هو رقم صفر بالاسانسور

 
“The code for the lockbox is 1120.”

Code 2efel 2al 3elbe huwe wahad 2etnen sefer.

.كود قفل العلبة هو واحد واحد تنين صفر

 

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