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wall
British English: /wɔːl/
American English: /wɔl/

Translation of wall in Arabic:

noun/اسم

  • 1
    (of a house)
    (of a city)
    the mirror's on the wall
    المِرْآةُ على الجِدارِ \ الحائِطِ
  • 5
    (barrier)
    the questions were met with a wall of silence
    قوبِلَت الأَسْئِلةُ بِجِدارٍ من الصَمْتِ
    a wall of flames
    جِدار من اللَهَبِ

Idioms

to be a fly on the wall

تَلَصَّصَ على غَيْرِهِ

to be off the wall

to drive somebody up the wall

to go to the wall

(Form IV),
دَخَلَ في حائِطٍ

to have one's back to the wall

حُشِرَ في الزاوِيةِ

Phrasal verbs

wall in

wall in [something], wall [something] in

wall off

wall off [something], wall [something] off
(to block up) (a door, suite)

wall up

wall up [something], wall [something] up
أَغَلَقَ [شَيْئاً] بِجِدارٍ
(the windows)
they decided to wall up the entrance
قَرَّروا أنْ يُغْلِقوا المَدْخَلَ بِجِدارٍ

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