ماذا يقصد "bita3ib"? Context: "Bita3ib la2ano kel alaghani hits"
Jan 25, 2017 6:11 AM
Answers · 7
Hi Nat, it's confusing. "bita3 / bita3et + possessive suffix" means belongs to + pronoun. "bi" + verb in present tense indicates repeatable or continues taking action. If you mean "biyta3ib" then it means it makes someone tired. It's always better to put the word in a sentence to get the right explanation according to the context. Good luck!
January 25, 2017
bita3ib بتعب = متعب = tedious = tiresome This makes sense because it has been explained why, by "la2ano" which means "because" ;)
January 28, 2017
بتحب بلغة الشات
January 25, 2017
Bita3ib means it make you tired (both physically and morally)
February 4, 2017
Honestly this is unclear. At least as an Egyptian. If there was a typo for example and it is "bita3it" then it means belongs to (in the Egyptian dialect). Or "biy3atib" means to scold.
January 25, 2017
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