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23:50 Feb 27, 2000
English to Arabic translations [PRO]
English term or phrase: Cookies
'Cookies' is a term in a Website . It is related to the internet field
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Summary of answers provided
na +1"Malaf Tahdeed Al Masar"Sameh Youssef
nabitaaqat tamyeez, mumayyiz: بطـاقة تمييـز, مُمَيـز
Alaa Zeineldine
na"Mokarmashat" or "Biscuits"Sameh Youssef
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11 hrs
shadow


Explanation:
cookies being an industry term, it doesn't translate out of context. I've seen the word for shadow used, in the sense a cookie follows one around the site like a shadow.

nasser

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1 day13 hrs
"Mokarmashat" or "Biscuits"


Explanation:
Cookies as a term is used to describe butter biscuits and stuff like that so I believe the answer might be Mokarmashat.
Please donot hesitate to ask any time. My Email is samsal@link.com.eg
Regards

Sameh Youssef
Local time: 02:52

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Alaa Zeineldine

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6 days peer agreement (net): +1
"Malaf Tahdeed Al Masar"


Explanation:
In the field of internet, when you are in a site and then you select a certain link or file, where you may remain for a while, your computer receives asome cookies or a cookie file, so that when you go to the same site again, the cookies will take you directly to the link or page you have been there before.


Sameh Youssef
Local time: 02:52

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Alaa Zeineldine

agree  shauoki salama: this is the correct meaning
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bitaaqat tamyeez, mumayyiz: بطـاقة تمييـز, مُمَيـز


Explanation:
When you visit an internet site, the site can deposit a file (called cookie) on your system that contains data that is particular to you, this can be your login id and password, preferences, interests, your email, or other data depending on the site and what you allow. When you revisit that site again, the cookie is retrieved by the server and the information is available to handle your session without re-entering it.

The cookie distinguishes you from other visitors. It does not follow you around the internet. Only the site you visited accesses the cookie that it deposited, other sites can deposit their own cookies.

Because it is a file that distinguishes your user profile on that site, I chose the above translation, literally "distinguishing card", or "distinguisher".

Alaa Zeineldine
Egypt
Local time: 08:52
Native speaker of: Native in ArabicArabic, Native in EnglishEnglish
PRO pts in pair: 602

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