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  • some vocab...bit of help plz

    salaam every1 :)

    This is some GCSE vocab from the sylabus but I'm not sure what it means...(they dont put english on the vocab list pages, how useful :p ) I might have 2 post more another time cuz I havent gon thru the whole list yet. I will do it in the holidays inshaallah. Anyway.....if anyone knows these words or u could look a couple up that would b cool :D (i cant use arabic dictionarys on my comp cuz of the text support problem thing)
    some of them I think I know but not sure so want 2 check

    يلاحظ - i think it means 'notices'
    يسمى
    تهبط » الطاءرة - think it means descends...
    يدير قرص الهاتف - think it means operates telephone disk or something
    يقود
    مكتب الوداءع - some kinda office?
    يستمر - continues?
    يصف - describes?
    درجات - desgrees?
    ملهيات - theme parks?
    يطل على - overlooks?
    يسافر متطفلا - travels something?
    ليترف على
    يملاء تماما بالوقود
    يحزم


    thanx :D
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  • #2
    I agree w/the translations you made attempts on. I think they're all right. However, as far as the ones that you left blank, which I'm assuming is b/c you don't know what they mean, well, neither do I, lol :) That's some pretty detailed stuff. Actually, the 2nd word, "yusam'mee" means: "to name," or depending on the context it could mean, "he is saying bismillah." For instance, when one wants to ask, "Did you say bismillah" (before eating), you'd say, "Hal anta (or antee) sam'mayt (ee)?" Good luck on the rest sis.

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    • #3
      Originally posted by Ayah
      I agree w/the translations you made attempts on. I think they're all right. However, as far as the ones that you left blank, which I'm assuming is b/c you don't know what they mean, well, neither do I, lol :) That's some pretty detailed stuff. Actually, the 2nd word, "yusam'mee" means: "to name," or depending on the context it could mean, "he is saying bismillah." For instance, when one wants to ask, "Did you say bismillah" (before eating), you'd say, "Hal anta (or antee) sam'mayt (ee)?" Good luck on the rest sis.

      ~Ayah
      salaam
      thanx :) all of them right? :D what about the ones I did sort of like...

      مكتب الوداءع - some kinda office?
      يسافر متطفلا - travels something?

      do u know the rest of those?

      and thanx about yusam'mee :D
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      • #4
        what about the ones I did sort of like some kinda office?travels something? do u know the rest of those?
        Ermm.. I guess I overlooked them b/c I don't know what they mean

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        • #5
          Originally posted by Ayah
          Ermm.. I guess I overlooked them b/c I don't know what they mean

          ~Ayah
          lol ok nemmind.

          ne1 else know em? :D
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          • #6
            I will try a few more, can someone tell me if they know if they are right or not?

            يقود - he leads
            ليترف على - to know about

            and I still have no idea about

            يملاء تماما بالوقود
            and يحزم


            I will post a couple of new ones from the list if anyone knows them.....I've got loads of these 2 find out n I'm still only on the 1st topic
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            • #7
              يحتفل بِ
              اضوية مرور - something traffic?
              حدود
              دار بلدية - something about a country?
              للايجار
              يستأجر
              أطيب التحيات - something about greetings?
              تنبوءات الجوية
              يموت- to die?
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              • #8
                a few more :)

                يُمرَ
                تمطر السماء - does it mean it rains?
                يستلم
                يملاء - spmething about its full?
                يقابل
                معليمات
                تأخير
                دوار/ مستديرة
                يسير
                رمل
                غرفة ألعب - play room?
                خال من الرصاص - is rasaas lead? like from qalaam rasaas? dunno..
                يستحم
                يبقى


                if u know them, tell me plzzzz

                thanx :D

                salaam!

                anna
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                • #9
                  Yihtafil bee: He celebrates [on that occasion, whatever the occasion is)

                  Hudood: Boundries

                  Lil'ijaar: For rent

                  Yast'ajir: He rents, or "to rent"

                  Yamoot: He dies, or "to die"

                  At'yab at'tahiyyat: The best of greetings

                  Ya'mur: He passes/goes thru or "to pass/go thru"

                  Yistilim: He borrows or "to borrow"

                  Yuqaabil: He meets or "to meet"

                  Ta'kheer: lateness

                  Raml: sand (I think )

                  Play room is right :)

                  Yastahim: He crowds or "to crowd"

                  Yabqa: He stays or "to stay"
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                  • #10
                    Btw, I'm sorry I can't type the actual arabic out. I'm not sure how to do it on this stinky computer, but I hope you understood what I've typed. Take care and best of luck :) Keep those questions coming too!

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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by Ayah
                      Btw, I'm sorry I can't type the actual arabic out. I'm not sure how to do it on this stinky computer, but I hope you understood what I've typed. Take care and best of luck :) Keep those questions coming too!

                      ~Ayah
                      Shukran jazeelan yaa Ayah :D
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                      • #12
                        ok the last ones from the home and abroad topic....

                        اتجاه واحد
                        رجاًء - journey?
                        ملعب مدرج - mal3ab is playground and madraj is runway isnt it? but whats a playground runway?
                        يوقف، يركن
                        يدير
                        الى الامام - to infront of??
                        نقل عام aam is like public or general isnt it?
                        باتجاه
                        عربة نوم - something sleep?


                        thanx in advance :) :p
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                        • #13
                          I dunno about that playground question, not sure :(

                          It'tijaah wahid: In one direction

                          Are you sure it's y'uu'qaf and not just plain yuqaf, without the "waw" after the "yih" because "yuqaf" without the "waw" means "he stands" or "to stand"

                          Yarkin: He puts aside or "to put aside"

                          Yudeer: I think that means "He's in charge of or he watches" (or to be in charge of/to watch)

                          I think the general public one is right!

                          Bit'tijaah: In the direction of

                          Do you mean ghurfat an'nawm? That means the "place of sleep"
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                          • #14
                            it definately says yoowqif with a waw and 3rba not ghurfa on my vocab list...i mean edexcel coulda made a mistake but thats what it says!
                            and thanx very much for the ones ur translated. ur being really useful 2 me doin this :D :D :D

                            btw in the public one...whats نقل then? cuz I dunno that word
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                            • #15
                              Lol, not sure about the public one, that's why i kinda ovelooked it :p
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