How to say all done in Arabic: Entaha

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How to say all done in Arabic: Entaha

Learning Arabic for travel or study? Let’s try this term:

To say all done in Arabic: Entaha
Say it out loud: “en ta ha

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Some more helpful words in our Arabic More Dining Basics category:

...some (of) – ...Ba'd (men)  (Bahd (men))
...this/that – Hatha - Thalek  (Ha tha - Tha lek)
all done – Entaha  (en ta ha)
another – Aakhar  (Aa kar)
Bon appétit! – Bel Hana Wel Shefa  (bel ha na wel she fa)
can I have…? – Hal yomkenoni Al Hosool Ala…?  (hal yom ke no ni al ho sool ala?)
can I see…? – Hal yomkenoni Moshahadat…?  (hal yom ke no ni mo sha ha dat)
can we have...? – Hal yomkenona Al Hosool Ala…?  (hal yom ke no na al ho sool ala?)
can we see...? – Hal yomkenona Moshahadat…?  (hal yom ke no na mo sha ha dat)
Cheers! – Fe Sehetak  (fe se he tak)
Eat! Eat! – Tanawal El Ta'am! Tanawal El Ta'am!  (ta na wal el ta ham / ta na wal el ta ham)
I am hungry – Ana Ja'e'  (ana ja heh)
I am thirsty – Ana 'Atshan  (ana hat shan)
I ate – Aakalt  (Aa kalt)
I would like… – Awaddu  (A wad du)
we ate – Aakalna  (Aa kal na)
we ate well! – Aa Kalna Jayedan  (Aa kal na ja ye dan)
we would like… – Nawaddu  (Na wad du)

And here’s how to say all done in other languages!

Arabic–Entaha  (en ta ha)
Chinese–Chī Wánle  (Chr Wan Luh)
Croatian–dovoljno je  (doe voll ee no yay)
Czech–dokončil  (doe kon cheel)
Finnish–valmis  (vahl mis)
French–ça suffit  (seh soo fee)
German–das ist genug  (dahs ist geh nook)
Italian–e' sufficiente  (eh sue fish en tay)
Japanese–Owarimashita  (Oh Wah Ree Mah Shee Tah)
Korean–Da Meogeosseoyo.  (Da Muh Guh Ssuh Yo.)
Polish–Wszystko zjedzone  (Vshee'stko zyeh dzo neh)
Portuguese–Acabou  (ah kah boh)
Russian–vsyo sdelano  (fsyo sdye lah noh)
Spanish–todo hecho  (toe doe ay cho)
Swahili–tumemaliza  (too may mah lee zuh)
Thai–Set Laeo  (set lay-oh)
Turkish–tüm yapılır  (toom yap uh lur)
Vietnamese–Tất Cả Xong  (Taht Ga Saum)

"all done" (Entaha)! That is the phrase you use to inform your host that you are done with your meal and you would like the table to be cleared and perhaps your bill brought to you. Now go ahead and get instant access to the Arabic Language Set.

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Biography: Muhammad is an English<>Arabic translator/editor with in-depth linguistic knowledge and strong computers skills. With more than seven years of extensive experience, he works with clients to maintain sustaining business growth and better communication with their customers.
Born: Cairo, Egypt
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