Translation: from arabic to englishfrom english to arabic
absence with leave
1 ابتعد عناِبْتَعَدَ عن: اِنْفَصَلَ عن، فارَقَ، بايَنَto separate (oneself) from, detach oneself from, withdraw from, part with, leave, quit, walk out on
2 انفصلاِنْفَصَلَ (عن)to separate (oneself) from, dissociate oneself from, detach oneself from, disengage oneself from, secede from, withdraw from, break off from, break away from, part with, leave, quit, break (up) with, abandon, walk out on; to disunite, split (up), divide; to be separated, dissociated, disunited, disjoined, disengaged, detached, divided
3 فارقفارَقَ: بايَنَ، اِنْفَصَلَ عنto part with, leave, quit, withdraw from, separate (oneself) from, detach oneself from, dissociate oneself from, break (up) with, desert, abandon, walk out on
4 part company (with)1) to leave or separate:يَتْرُك، يَقْتَرِق
They parted company (with each other) at the bus stop.2) to go in different directions:يَفْتَرِق، يَسير في جِهَة أخْرى
We parted company at the bus-stop.3) to leave each other or end a friendship, partnership etc.يَفْتَرِقان، يَنْفَصِلان
5 with[wɪð] preposition1) in the company of; beside; among; including:
Do they enjoy playing with each other?مَع
Put this book with the others.2) by means of; using:بواسِطَة
Cut it with a knife.3) used in expressing the idea of filling, covering etc:تُعَبِّر عن تَغْطِيَة أو مَلء الوَعاء
He was covered with mud.4) used in describing conflict:تُسْتَعْمَل لِتَصْوير حالة الصِّراع: مع
He fought with my brother.5) used in descriptions of things:تُسْتَعْمَل لِوَصْف الأشْياء أو الأشْخاص
Treat this book with care.6) as the result of:نَتيجَة لِ
He is shaking with fear.7) in the care of:في رِعايَة، في عِنايَة
Leave your case with the porter.8) in relation to; in the case of; concerning:
Be careful with that!
What's wrong with you?تُسْتَعْمَل لِتَعْني: بِخُصوص، في حالَة، فيما يَتَعَلَّق
What shall I do with these books?9) used in expressing a wish:
Down with fascism!تُسْتَعْمَل للتَّعْبير عن رَغْبَه أو أمنِيَه
Up with Manchester United!
6 part withتَخَلَّى عن \ abandon: to give up, because of difficulties: They had to abandon their plans. desert: to leave wrongly and shamefully: We must not desert our friends in danger. He deserted his wife and children, and went to live in America. forsake: to leave for ever; give up completely: She forsook the religion of her family in favour of that of her husband. give up: not to try any more; stop: He gave up when he got tired. let sb. down: to fail sb.’s trust; not do what is promised or expected; cause shame: He let down the whole team by his unfair play. part with: to allow sth. (or sb.) to leave one’s possession: He’s fond of his old car and refuses to part with it. quit: to leave completely: He quit(ted) his job after quarrelling with his employer. walk out (on): to leave suddenly (sb. to whom one has a duty): He walked out on his wife. \ See Also خذل (خَذَلَ)، ترك (تَرَكَ)، هجر (هَجَرَ)، كَفَّ عن، فارق (فَارَقَ)، تَوَقَّفَ عن عمل
7 leave alone, let aloneفَضْلاً عَنْ \ apart from: besides; except: Apart from that, he had little to say. in addition to: as well as: He lent me $3, in addition to paying my bill. leave alone, let alone: (showing that if a simple thing is not done, a less simple thing could clearly not be done either) certainly not: With that bad leg he can’t even walk, let alone run.
8 leave offتَوَقَّفَ \ break down: (of a machine) to stop working: My car broke down on the way to town. cease: to stop; come to an end: The noise suddenly ceased. He ceased caring (or to care) about his health long ago. close: to come to an end: She closed her speech with a funny joke. come to rest: to stop: The car rolled forward, and came to rest against a tree. draw up: to stop: The train drew up at the station. The car drew up and the driver jumped out. fail: (of engine, electricity, or any supply) to stop or become useless. halt: to stop moving. leave off: to stop: Begin reading where you left off yesterday. pull up: to stop: The car pulled up at the crossroads. run down: (of a clock, that needs winding; of a battery that needs charging, etc.) to weaken or stop working, for lack of power. stop: to come to rest: This train stops at every station, not continue It has stopped raining. The rain has stopped. My clock stopped at midnight. \ See Also كَفَّ عن، اِنْتَهَى
9 leave outحَذَفَ \ cancel: to cross out sth. written. cut out: to leave out: You can cut out the last sentence. delete: to strike out or remove (sth. written): Why has your name been deleted from the list of students?. elide: to leave out a letter or sound: In the word ‘haven’t’, the letter ‘o’ has been elided. eliminate: remove or take out: He eliminated a few phrases from the speech he had written. leave out: not to put in; not to include: He left out one letter and wrote ‘heat’ instead of ‘heart’. miss out: not include; to leave out (by mistake or on purpose): My name was missed out from the list. omit: leave out (by mistake or on purpose); fail to include: Her name was omitted from the list. skip: to miss sth. on purpose; not read (sth. dull, etc.): We’ll skip the next few pages. strike: (with off or out) to put a line through a name or word, because it is no longer wanted: They struck his name off the list. Strike out any word that is wrong. \ See Also ألغى (أَلْغَى)، أهمل (أَهْمَلَ)، ترك (تَرَكَ)، شطب (شَطَبَ)
10 leave behindخَلَّف \ leave behind: not to take with one (on purpose or, more often, by mistake): If you’re not ready soon, we shall leave you behind. He went in such a hurry that he left his hat behind. \ دَشَّرَ \ leave behind: not to take with one (on purpose or, more often, by mistake): If you’re not ready soon, we shall leave you behind. He went in such a hurry that he left his hat behind.
11 let alone, leave aloneناهيكَ عن \ let alone: and certainly not; without considering: She can’t even cook an egg, let alone a chicken. let alone, leave alone: (showing that if a simple thing is not done, a less simple thing could clearly not be done either) certainly not: With that bad leg he can’t even walk, let alone run.
12 part withفَارَقَ \ part company: to separate: We parted company at the bridge. I parted company with him there. part from: to leave: She parted from me in tears. part with: to allow sth. (or sb.) to leave one’s possession: He’s fond of his old car and refuses to part with it.
13 absencenoun1) the condition of not being present:غِيَاب
His absence was noticed.إخْتِفَاء، غِيَاب
After an absence of five years he returned home.
14 bash ahead (with)يَنْدَقِع في عَمَلِ شَيئ
In spite of his father's advice he bashed on with the painting.
15 bash on (with)يَنْدَقِع في عَمَلِ شَيئ
In spite of his father's advice he bashed on with the painting.
16 be acquainted withto know or be familiar with:يَعْرِف
I'm not acquainted with her father.
17 be beside oneself (with)to be in a state of very great, uncontrolled emotion:لايَتَمالَكُ نَفْسَهُ عن الغَضَب
She was beside herself with excitement as her holiday approached.
18 be down withto be or become ill with:يَمْرَضُ، يُصابُ بِ
The children all went down with measles.
19 be even withto be revenged on:يَأْخُذ ثَأْرَهُ، يَنْتَقِم
He tricked me, but I'll get even with him.
20 be hand in glove (with someone)to be very closely associated with someone, especially for a bad purpose.على إتِّفاقٍ تام مَع
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