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Arabic translation: انتهاء المدة - نفاد المدة

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English term or phrase:time-out
Arabic translation:انتهاء المدة - نفاد المدة
Entered by: Mona Helal
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03:26 Jan 1, 2001
English to Arabic translations [PRO]
Tech/Engineering
English term or phrase: time-out
A technical term used when the assigned time for a process is over (like connection time out).
Sherine Badran
Local time: 19:03
انتهاء المدة - نفاد المدة
Explanation:
The transliterations would be:
- Intihaa' El-Muddah
- Nafad El-Muddah

HTH
Mona
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Mona Helal
Local time: 01:03
Grading comment
I think I will use ths translation.
Thanks
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Summary of answers provided
naنفد الوقت المحدد
Fuad Yahya
naانتهاء المدة - نفاد المدة
Mona Helal
naانقطاع لنفاذ الوقت
ahmadov
naمهلة- أو انتهت مهلة
alsayedm
nata'leeq: تعليق
Raghad
naمهلة
Ibraheim Shawky
naانقطاع
Mueen Issa


  

Answers


15 mins
انقطاع


Explanation:
انقطاع في الاتصال
أو تعطل
قد تعني في حالات العمل وقت مستقطع
او استراحة
أو انتهاء الوقت ومداهمته
as in "run out of time"
thank you

Mueen Issa
Local time: 18:03
Native speaker of: Native in ArabicArabic
PRO pts in pair: 185

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Alaa Zeineldine
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2 hrs
ta'leeq: تعليق


Explanation:
ta'leeq: تعليق
or:
ta'teel moa'qat: تعطيل مؤقت

Raghad
Local time: 18:03
PRO pts in pair: 160

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Alaa Zeineldine
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4 hrs
مهلة


Explanation:
time out means a pause or a break.

Ibraheim Shawky
Local time: 17:03

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Alaa Zeineldine
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1 day 5 hrs
مهلة- أو انتهت مهلة


Explanation:
According to MS, if a noun it should be the first (connection time out)
But if a verb like (the connection timed out), it should be the second.

alsayedm
Local time: 17:03
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4 days
انقطاع لنفاذ الوقت


Explanation:
A timed proccess, such as opening a web page, will be excuted in a certain time frame (إجراء موقوت). A server for example may 'kill' all sessions that exceed a certain limit without actually excuting any action. You may also say:
استُنفذ زمن المحاولة
أو تعدت العملية الومن المحدد
أو أي تعبير يدل على ذلك حسب السباق
All the best,
Ahmad

ahmadov
Local time: 18:03
Native speaker of: Native in ArabicArabic
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6 days
نفد الوقت المحدد


Explanation:
If a noun, you would say نفاد الوقت المحدد

In this sense, I am agreeing with Ahmad, who I think hit the nail on the head. The verb نفد, however, is written with a د, not a ذ.



Fuad Yahya
Native speaker of: Native in ArabicArabic, Native in EnglishEnglish
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Alaa Zeineldine
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11 days
انتهاء المدة - نفاد المدة


Explanation:
The transliterations would be:
- Intihaa' El-Muddah
- Nafad El-Muddah

HTH
Mona

Mona Helal
Local time: 01:03
Native speaker of: Native in ArabicArabic, Native in EnglishEnglish
PRO pts in pair: 397
Grading comment
I think I will use ths translation.
Thanks
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