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04:22 Sep 19, 2001
Arabic to English translations [Non-PRO]
Arabic term or phrase:tooozzzz
probably its an exclamatory word showing happiness or pity
Explanation: In Arabic letters, the term is written طز
It is a vulgar vernacular term showing both disregard to and disrespect for a person or a group. Its meaning is similar to "I don't give a damn!" or "Hell if I care!" except that it has an added personal dimension. The object of "not caring" here is not merely an action or a situation, but a person: The speaker does not care what the other person thinks how the other person feels. For example, a student might say to another student, "if the teacher does not like my attire, TUZZ!"
The term is used in both Egypt and the Eastern Mediterranean region, but has acquired popularity in other Arab regions as well, including the Gulf region, where it is not indigenous.