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British English: /dɑːk/
American English: /dɑrk/

Translation of dark in Arabic:


  • 1
    (lacking in light) (room, sky)
    it is getting dark
    بَدَأَ الظَلامُ يَحُلُّ
    it's very dark in here
    المَكانُ مُظْلِمٌ جِدًّا هُنا
  • 3
    (hair, skin)
    her beautiful dark eyes
    عَيْناها الداكِنَتانِ الجَميلَتانِ
  • 5
    (sinister) (thought)
    she had a dark side
    كانَ لَدَيْها جانِبٌ مُظْلِمٌ
    dark forces are at work here
    قُوى الظَلامِ \ الشَرِّ تَعْمَلُ هُنا
  • 6
    (disapproving) (look)
    I got dark looks when I walked in late
    لَقيتُ نَظَراتِ اسْتِهْجانٍ عِنْدَما دَخَلْتُ مُتَأَخِّراً


  • the dark
    to sit in the dark
    جَلَسَ في الظَلامِ
    before/until dark
    قبل \ حتّى حُلولِ الظَلامِ
    after dark


to be in the dark about something

كانَ على غَيْرِ دِرايةٍ بِشَيْءٍ

to keep somebody in the dark about something

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