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|English to Arabic translations [Non-PRO]|
|English term or phrase: special|
2 days28 mins
Istithnaa'ee, The'akee, Wahshee, Haam, Ooyina, Kabeer, Wa'ed.
These words can have various meanings, according to the context of the sentence into which these words should be used.
Special: " Khaas" if reffering to someone or some kind of an event or ceremony. "Isti'thnaa'ee" if referring to something that is extraordinarily pure or something unique.
Intelligent: "The'akee", referring to someone clever,with great extraordinary ideas, or "Daal Ala 'The'akaa" for someone who is qualified to being clever with his thoughts and ideas.
Brutal: "Wahshee" referring to an attack Or "Moo'je'a" referring to the painful truth, Or"Ka'aasen" referring to the weather, so as to describe the weather as being brutal.
Significant:"Ha'aam" or "Thu-Sha'en Atheem" referring to an idea or a person.also can be used as"Thu-Ma'ana" referring to a meaning or Size for example in agricultural , technical or even in medical terms.
Nominated:"Ooyina" or "Roushi'ha- Li Manseb" referring to someone being appointed for a high rank position.
Magnificent:"Atheem" or "Rafee'a", referring to something or someone extraordinarily beautiful or rare or pure. " Ra'e'a Ila -Hadil-Iae-jaab" can be used to praise a cooked recepie in terms of taste, texture or even ingredients.
Promise: " Wa'ed" or " Aa'hed" as to promise someone a bright future ahead or something that is materialised like jewelery for example
Promising:"Yantatheru Mostakbal Marmouk", meaning waiting for a bright future lying ahead of him.
I do hope you will find these menings useful, having to choose the correct word for the correct context.
Local time: 17:58
Native speaker of: Arabic, English
PRO pts in pair: 36
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