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الحريف - Tunisian Arabic

English translation: Customer, patron, client

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Arabic term or phrase:الحريف - Tunisian Arabic
English translation:Customer, patron, client
Entered by: Sam Berner
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11:22 Dec 9, 2004
Arabic to English translations [Non-PRO]
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Arabic term or phrase: الحريف - Tunisian Arabic
In standard Arabic it means "professional" as opposed to "amateur". But I keep coming across it in Tunisian newspapers, and it doesn't fit the meaning. Can it also be "tradesman"? or "handyman"? Any other possible meanings.
Sam Berner
Australia
Local time: 08:51
Customer, patron, client
Explanation:
Tunisian حريف means a customer or client or patron.
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Sam Shalalo
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Local time: 08:51
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Customer, patron, client


Explanation:
Tunisian حريف means a customer or client or patron.

Sam Shalalo
Australia
Local time: 08:51
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Native speaker of: Native in ArabicArabic
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agree  jenan: http://www.mega.com.tn/conception_arabe.htm
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agree  Aisha Maniar
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agree  Amal Al-Arfaj
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agree  Abdelazim Abdelazim
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agree  MElHelw: nice example used by jenan. So now I also know about حرفاء
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agree  Ahmed Reffat
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