How to say excuse me in Arabic: Uzran

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How to say excuse me in Arabic: Uzran

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

To say excuse me in Arabic: Uzran
Say it out loud: “uz ran

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Some more helpful words in our Arabic Courtesy/Questions category:

...the bathroom – Al Hammam  (al ham mam)
come with me – Ezhab Ma'e  (ez hab ma he)
do you speak english? – Hal Tatakalam Al Englezya?  (hal ta ta ka lam al eng le zya)
excellent – Mumtaz  (mum taz)
excuse me – Uzran  (uz ran)
excuse me (to get past) – Al Mahzera  (al mah ze ra)
good / bad – Jayed / Saye'  (ja yed / sa yeh)
how do you say…? – Kayf Akool?  (kayf A kool?)
how much is this? – Kam Se'r?  (kam sehr?)
may I? (point at chair, door) – Men Fadlek  (men fad lek)
maybe – Robbama  (rob ba ma)
no problem – La Moshkela  (la mosh ke la)
please – Arjuk / Men fadlak  (ar juk / men fad lak)
sorry – Aasef  (A sef)
thank you – Shukran lak  (shuk ran lak)
thanks – Shukran  (shuk ran)
what is that? – Ma Haza?  (ma ha za)
where is… – Ayen  (ayen)
yes / no – Na'am / La  (na ham / la)
you are welcome – Ahlan bek / La shukr Ala Wajeb  (ah lan bek / la shuk ala wajeb)

And here’s how to say excuse me in other languages!

Arabic–Uzran  (uz ran)
Chinese–Dǎrǎo Yīxià  (Da Rao Ee Shya)
Croatian–oprostite  (oh pro stee tay)
Czech–promiňte  (pro MYEEN tay)
Finnish–anteeksi  (an teh ex ih)
French–Excusez moi  (excuse eh mwah)
German–entschuldigen sie  (ent shool' duh gen zee)
Italian–scusi  (skoo zee)
Japanese–Sumimasen  (Soo Mee Mah Senn)
Korean–Sillyehapnida.  (Shil Le Ham Ni Da.)
Polish–przepraszam  (pshe pra' sham)
Portuguese–Desculpe  (jeh scoo pee)
Russian–prostite  (prah stee tye)
Spanish–perdón  (pear dōn)
Swahili–kumradhi  (koom rah dhee)
Thai–Kho Thot  (kaw TOAT)
Turkish–afedersiniz  (ah feh dar sinz)
Vietnamese–Xin Lổi  (Sin Loy)

In every culture, courtesy gets you a long way. There is no faster way to get yourself ignored and ultimately hopelessly lost than not knowing how to approach a native in a polite manner. Fortunately, the phrase "excuse me" (Uzran) cuts across all cultures as a form of politeness and getting attention. Once you learn this in Arabic and work towards learning it in the language of the country you wish to visit, you are halfway towards getting all the help you will need.

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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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