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Arabic translation of “ask”

ask

verb
 
/ɑːsk/
A1 to say something to someone as a question
يَسْأل
I asked him about his hobbies. I asked why the plane was so late.
A2 to invite someone to do something
يَدْعو
She asked him to lunch.
ask someone to do something B1 to say something to someone because you want them to do something
يَطْلُب مِن
They asked me to feed their cat while they were away.
B1 to say something to someone because you want to know if you can do something
يَلْتَمِس / يَطْلُب
I asked if I could go. Ask your dad if you can come.
(Definition of ask from the Cambridge English-Arabic Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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