Going, going, gone.

Arabic translation: ألا أونا.. ألا دو.. ألا تريه

10:51 Jun 13, 2018
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Marketing - Business/Commerce (general) / Houses
English term or phrase: Going, going, gone.
"Going, going, gone" is an idiom that means:
an auctioneer's announcement that bidding is closing or closed.
Or a phrase used by an auctioneer as auction ends.
Do we have something like it in our Arabic language?

Thanks a lot.
Misho Mohamed
Arabic translation:ألا أونا.. ألا دو.. ألا تريه
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4ألا أونا.. ألا دو.. ألا تريه
Maha Hussein



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going, going, gone.
ألا أونا.. ألا دو.. ألا تريه


Maha Hussein
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Asker: Sorry, but what if a person is saying "going, going, almost gone" Just to indicate that the selling process is almost successful. but not done yet. I have no idea how to formulate it in such way to indicate that meaning. If you could help please?

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