Translation: from arabic to english

from english to arabic

We were airborne five minutes after boarding the plane

  • 1 airborne

    adjective
    in the air or flying:

    airborne germs.

    مَنْقُول أو مَحْمُول جَوّاً

    Arabic-English dictionary > airborne

  • 2 عدد

    عَدَد \ figure: the sign for a number (1, 2, 3, etc.); any number: a low figure. number: a quantity: a large number of people. \ الأَعْدَاد الزَّوْجيَّة \ even numbers: those numbers that can be divided by two: 2, 4, 6, 8 etc.. \ أَعْدَادٌ كبيرة \ hundreds: a very large number: He has hundreds of friends. thousands: a great many: thousands of people. \ أَعْدَاد كبيرة مِن \ plague: a very large number of creatures (esp. flies, rats, locusts, etc.) that cause great trouble: The crops were destroyed by a plague of locusts. \ See Also أَسْرَاب مُؤذِيَة مِن... \ عَدَد \ intake: a quatity that is taken in: This year’s intake of students was 70 girls and 50 boys. \ See Also كَمِّيّة مُدْخَلَة \ عَدَد أقلّ \ less: a smaller amount of; not so much; not so many (but fewer is better than less in regard to plural nouns): You should eat less sugar and fewer sweets. less: a smaller amount: It lasted for less than five minutes. He wants $5 and he won’t accept less. \ عَدَد صَحيح \ a whole number: a number such as 2 (not a fraction like 2/3 or a decimal like 1.7). \ عَدَد غفير \ multitude: a great number; a crowd. \ عَدَد قَديم (من صَحيفَة أو مَجَلَّة)‏ \ back number: (of a newspaper, etc) a copy which is not the latest on sale. \ See Also نُسْخَة قَديمَة \ عَدَد قَليل \ few: (with a) some, but not a large number: I waited for a few days. I need a few more books. handful: a few: Only a handful of people came to watch the match. \ العَدَد الكامِل \ strength: the full quantity of a group of persons who form an effective force: The nurses are not up to strength. (There are not enough nurses) They are 30 below strength. (The hospital usu. employs 30 more than it has now). \ عَدَد كبير \ many: a large number (of): He has (very) many friends. Many (of them) are at school with him. Many hands make light work (a job is done faster if we help each other). many a: used with a singular noun, equal in sense to a plural noun: I’ve been there many a time (many times). score: modern use (mostly pl.) a large number: I’ve been there scores of times. \ عَدَد كبير \ heaps of: a lot of: He has heaps of relations. \ See Also كَمية كبيرة مِن \ عَدَد كبير جدًّا \ a good many, a great many: very many: a good many people. \ عَدَد كَبير مِن \ dozen: a lot: I have dozens of relations. \ عَدَد مِن صَحِيفة \ issue: an official supply; (of newspapers) a particular supply: an issue of new coins; yesterday’s issue of the local paper. \ عَدَد هائِل \ a cloud: a mass of everything in the air (flying insects, smoke, dust, etc.).

    Arabic-English dictionary > عدد

  • 3 كمية

    كَمِّيَّة \ amount: sum; quantity: It cost $25, and I paid the full amount. I bought a large amount of food. batch: a set of people or things dealt with or taken as a group: The first batch of loaves baked too hard. I’ve just corrected several batches of exam papers. quantity: a number or amount: a small quantity of pins; a large quantity of food; bought in small quantities. \ بِكَمِّيّات كَبِيرَة \ in bulk: in large amounts; not in separate containers: Ships carry oil in bulk. \ كَمِّيَّة أقلّ \ less: a smaller amount: It lasted for less than five minutes. He wants $5 and he won’t accept less, a smaller amount of; not so much; not so many (but fewer is better than less in regard to plural nouns) You should eat less sugar and fewer sweets. \ كَمِّيَّة قَليلة من \ little: small but reasonable amount: Every little helps. I gave her a little of my own share. He paid his debts, little by little. \ كَمِّيَّة كَبيرة \ quantity: (often pl.) a large number or amount: Quantities of food were wasted. \ كَمِّيَّة كَبيرة مِن \ a good deal, a great deal: a lot: He has a great deal of money. masses: a lot: I’ve got masses of work to finish. much: (it should be used: (a) only with nu. nouns; use many for nc. nouns; (b) in negative sentences or questions; (c) in statements only when it describes the subject or when it follows how, too, so or as; in other statements use a lot, plenty of, a good deal of) a large amount of: We haven’t much food. Much money was spent on repairs. You eat too much sugar. \ كَمِّيّة المطر السنويّة \ rainfall: a fall of rain; a measured amount of rain: The place with the highest rainfall (figures).

    Arabic-English dictionary > كمية

  • 4 الساعة الواحدة إلا خمس دقائق.

    It is five minutes to one.

    Arabic-English dictionary > الساعة الواحدة إلا خمس دقائق.

  • 5 الساعة الواحدة و خمس دقائق.

    It is five minutes past one.

    Arabic-English dictionary > الساعة الواحدة و خمس دقائق.

  • 6 along

    [əˈlɔŋ]
    1. preposition
    1) from one end to the other:

    The wall runs along the river.

    عَلَى طُول، بِمُحَاذَاة
    2) at a point at the end or on the length of:

    There's a post-box somewhere along this street.

    إلى جَانِب، فِي نُقْطَة مَا
    2. adverb
    1) onwards or forward:

    Come along, please!

    إلى الأمَام، نَحْوَ
    2) to the place mentioned:

    I'll come along in five minutes.

    إلى المَكَان المَذْكُور
    3) in company, together:

    I took a friend along with me.

    مَع، بِرِفْقَة

    Arabic-English dictionary > along

  • 7 countdown

    noun
    (used originally of a rocket) a counting backwards to check the time remaining until the beginning of an event, regarded as zero:

    It's five minutes to countdown.

    عَد تَنازُلي

    Arabic-English dictionary > countdown

  • 8 fast

    I [faːst]
    1. adjective
    1) quick-moving:

    a fast car.

    سَريع الحَرَكَه
    2) quick:

    a fast worker.

    سَريع العَمَل
    3) (of a clock, watch etc) showing a time in advance of the correct time:

    My watch is five minutes fast.

    السّاعه مُتَقَدِّمَه
    2. adverb
    quickly:

    She speaks so fast I can't understand her.

    بِسُرْعَه II [faːst]
    1. verb
    to go without food, especially for religious or medical reasons:

    Muslims fast during the festival of Ramadan.

    يَصوم
    2. noun
    a time or act of fasting:

    She has just finished two days' fast.

    صِيام III [faːst] adjective
    1) (of a dye) fixed; that will not come out of a fabric when it is washed.
    ثابِت
    2) firm; fixed:

    She made her end of the rope fast to a tree.

    مُحْكَم، ثابِت، مَشْدود

    Arabic-English dictionary > fast

  • 9 overrun

    [əuvəˈran] present participle ˌoverˈrunning: past tense ˌoverˈran [-ˈran]: past participle ˌoverˈrun verb
    1) to fill, occupy or take possession of:

    The house was overrun with mice.

    يَكْتَسِح، يَجْتاح
    2) to continue longer than intended:

    The programme overran by five minutes.

    يَتَجاوَز حَدّاً مُعَيَّنا

    Arabic-English dictionary > overrun

  • 10 simmer

    [ˈsɪmə] verb
    to (cause to) cook gently at or just below boiling point:

    Simmer the ingredients in water for five minutes.

    يَطْبُخُ على نارٍ خَفيفَه

    Arabic-English dictionary > simmer

  • 11 slow

    [sləu]
    1. adjective
    1) not fast; not moving quickly; taking a long time:

    He was very slow to offer help.

    بَطيء
    2) (of a clock etc) showing a time earlier than the actual time; behind in time:

    My watch is five minutes slow.

    مُتأخِّرَه
    3) not clever; not quick at learning:

    He's particularly slow at arithmetic.

    بَطيء الفَهْم
    2. verb
    to make, or become slower:

    The car slowed to take the corner.

    يُبْطِئ

    Arabic-English dictionary > slow

  • 12 spin out

    to cause to last a long or longer time:

    He spun out his speech for an extra five minutes.

    يُطَوِّل الوَقْت، يَمُد

    Arabic-English dictionary > spin out

  • 13 أخرت (الساعة)

    أَخَّرَت (الساعة)‏ \ lose: (of a watch or clock) to become slow by (a certain amount of time): My watch loses five minutes a day.

    Arabic-English dictionary > أخرت (الساعة)

  • 14 التالي

    التَّالي \ following: which is written or listed next: Please buy me the following: 2 pens, 3 pencils, some ink. next: (of future things; the opposite of last) nearest in order or in time: The next train will leave in five minutes. I’ll see you next week.

    Arabic-English dictionary > التالي

  • 15 القادم

    القَادِم \ next: (of future things; the opposite of last) nearest in order or in time: The next train will leave in five minutes. I’ll see you next week. \ قَادِم \ arrival: sb. or sth. that arrives: There was a new arrival in the class. coming: of the near future; next: During the coming weeks, we’ll have to work hard.

    Arabic-English dictionary > القادم

  • 16 following

    التَّالي \ following: which is written or listed next: Please buy me the following: 2 pens, 3 pencils, some ink. next: (of future things; the opposite of last) nearest in order or in time: The next train will leave in five minutes. I’ll see you next week.

    Arabic-English glossary > following

  • 17 next

    التَّالي \ following: which is written or listed next: Please buy me the following: 2 pens, 3 pencils, some ink. next: (of future things; the opposite of last) nearest in order or in time: The next train will leave in five minutes. I’ll see you next week.

    Arabic-English glossary > next

  • 18 less

    عَدَد أقلّ \ less: a smaller amount of; not so much; not so many (but fewer is better than less in regard to plural nouns): You should eat less sugar and fewer sweets. less: a smaller amount: It lasted for less than five minutes. He wants $5 and he won’t accept less. \ كَمِّيَّة أقلّ \ less: a smaller amount: It lasted for less than five minutes. He wants $5 and he won’t accept less, a smaller amount of; not so much; not so many (but fewer is better than less in regard to plural nouns) You should eat less sugar and fewer sweets.

    Arabic-English glossary > less

  • 19 lose

    أَخَّرَت (الساعة)‏ \ lose: (of a watch or clock) to become slow by (a certain amount of time): My watch loses five minutes a day. \ أَفْقَدَ(هُ)... \ lose: to cause (sb.) not to have sth. any longer: His laziness lost him his job. \ خَسِرَ \ lose: not to have any longer; become unable to find; become separated from: I’ve lost my job. He lost his way in the dark. He lost an arm in the accident. lose: to become weaker or poorer by: He lost a lot of weight through illness. We lost on that business deal, be beaten in (a match); not win (a fight, an election, etc.) He lost the last election by very few votes. \ خَسَّرَ \ lose: to cause (sb.) not to have sth. any longer: His laziness lost him his job. \ فَقَدَ \ lose: not to have any longer; become unable to find; become separated from: I’ve lost my job. He lost his way in the dark. He lost an arm in the accident, to become weaker or poorer by He lost a lot of weight through illness. We lost on that business deal, not to keep He lost his temper (or Balance, or head, or hold).

    Arabic-English glossary > lose

  • 20 next

    القَادِم \ next: (of future things; the opposite of last) nearest in order or in time: The next train will leave in five minutes. I’ll see you next week. \ الَّذي يلي \ next: nearest in position: They live in the next house. Their house is next to ours. \ في المرَّة التالية \ next: the next time: I’ll give it to you when I next see you. \ See Also القادمة

    Arabic-English glossary > next

Look at other dictionaries:

  • American airborne landings in Normandy — This article summarizes airborne operations by the United States during the Normandy Landings. For British airborne operations, see Operation Tonga. Infobox Military Conflict| partof=Operation Overlord, Battle of Normandy caption=Map of Operation …   Wikipedia

  • international relations — a branch of political science dealing with the relations between nations. [1970 75] * * * Study of the relations of states with each other and with international organizations and certain subnational entities (e.g., bureaucracies and political… …   Universalium

  • List of Eureka Seven characters — The Gekkostate (excluding Eureka and the children) This is a list of characters in the anime and manga series Eureka Seven, with accompanying biographical information from the series. Those listed are those who are in some way relevant to the… …   Wikipedia

  • Disasters — ▪ 2009 Introduction Aviation       January 23, Poland. A Spanish built CASA transport plane carrying members of the Polish air force home from a conference on flight safety in Warsaw crashes near the town of Miroslawiec; all 20 aboard are killed …   Universalium

  • United Airlines Flight 93 — United 93 redirects here. For the movie, see United 93 (film). For the related made for TV movie, see Flight 93 (TV movie). United Airlines Flight 93 UA 93 s flight path on September 11, 2001 from Newark, New Jersey to Shanksville, Pennsylvania …   Wikipedia

  • Cuban Missile Crisis — Part of the Cold War CIA reference photograph of Soviet R 12 intermedia …   Wikipedia

  • Short Sunderland — infobox Aircraft name = Sunderland type = Military flying boat manufacturer = Short Brothers caption = designer = first flight = 16 October 1937 introduced = 1938 retired = 1967 status = primary user = Royal Air Force more users = French Navy… …   Wikipedia

  • Mission Albany — Part of Operation Overlord, Battle of Normandy …   Wikipedia

  • flight, history of — ▪ aviation Introduction  development of heavier than air flying machines. Important landmarks and events along the way to the invention of the airplane include an understanding of the dynamic reaction of lifting surfaces (or wings), building… …   Universalium

  • London Heathrow Airport — Heathrow and LHR redirect here. For other uses, see Heathrow (disambiguation) and LHR (disambiguation). London Heathrow Airport …   Wikipedia

  • Southwest Airlines — This article is about the United States based airline. For the Japanese airline formerly named Southwest Air Lines, see Japan Transocean Air. For the British airline, see Air Southwest. For the defunct Chinese airline, see China Southwest… …   Wikipedia

Share the article and excerpts

Direct link
Do a right-click on the link above
and select “Copy Link”

Wir verwenden Cookies für die beste Präsentation unserer Website. Wenn Sie diese Website weiterhin nutzen, stimmen Sie dem zu.