English to Arabic Meaning :: amused

Amused :
مسليا
- مسليا
 
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(1) the hotel has planned many activities to amuse its guests(2) he made faces to amuse her(3) Who needs a doting husband anyway when you've got money, malls and lots of petty activities to amuse you?(4) There will also be a circus entertainer on hand to amuse the youngsters.(5) Is it some sort of enjoyable moviegoing experience that is here to amuse you?(6) There are plenty of high ropes activities in the trees to amuse you here.(7) Have I been put here to entertain you or amuse you, is your life that boring?(8) In a couple of minutes, I can whip out jumping frogs or hungry mouths that amuse kids for hours.(9) To read it is like spending hours with an erudite conversationalist who is disposed to amuse you.(10) They claim it will achieve its goals to welcome, accommodate, entertain and amuse visitors.(11) The family entertainer, she loved to amuse guests by dancing on the dining table.(12) If you can tear yourself away from the hotel and the beach, you will find plenty of other activities to amuse you.(13) I think that sort of amuses me, though it makes me happy that people are so intrigued by this so far.(14) Read the application (in particular question 4 amuses me).(15) This will be my ninth year of study, so enrolment doesn't faze me, mammoth queues don't test my patience too much, and the excited chatter of first years mildly amuses me.(16) I'm glad you like it, the name thing amuses me every time as well.
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(1) amuse ::
سلى
(2) be amused ::
يكون مسليا
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Adjective
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3. entertain ::
ترفيه
4. make laugh ::
أضحك
5. delight ::
بهجة
6. divert ::
تحويل
8. please ::
رجاء
9. charm ::
سحر
10. tickle ::
دغدغة
11. tickle pink ::
دغدغة الوردي
Word Example from TV Shows

The best way to learn proper English is to read news report, and watch news on TV. Watching TV shows is a great way to learn casual English, slang words, understand culture reference and humor. If you have already watched these shows then you may recall the words used in the following dialogs.

The ogre is amused by your joke
and allows you to pass.

The ogre is AMUSED by your joke and allows you to pass.

The Big Bang Theory Season 5, Episode 4


English to Arabic Dictionary: amused

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