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22:15 Nov 30, 2001
English to Arabic translations [Non-PRO]
English term or phrase: music
how do i say the word music in arabic
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Summary of answers provided
4يرقص الجميع على نغم الموسيقىMona Helal
4مُوسـيقى، الموسـيقىFuad Yahya


  

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مُوسـيقى، الموسـيقى


Explanation:
Pronounced: MOOSEEQA or AL-MOOSEEQA

The prefix AL in the second option stands for the definite article ("the"). The use of the definite article in Arabic and English are different. To be able to recommend using it or not using it, I would need sufficient information about context (sample sentence where the word is to be used).

Fuad

Fuad Yahya
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يرقص الجميع على نغم الموسيقى


Explanation:
Yarqos Al-Jamee' 'Ala Nagham Al-Museeqa
Meaning: Everyone dances to the music.

Or
يرقص الجميع على أنغام الموسيقى
Yarqos Al-Jamee's 'Ala Anghaam Al-Museeqa.
Meaning: Everyone dances to the music.

HTH



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