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|English to Arabic translations [Non-PRO]|
|English term or phrase: special|
2 days 28 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: 12:10
Native speaker of: Arabic, English
PRO pts in pair: 36
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