English arabic dictionary oxford
[uncountable] the language of the Arabs Oxford Collocations Dictionary adjective classical, modern See full entry See related entries: Languages Word Origin Middle English: via Latin arabicus from Greek arabikos, from Araps, Arab-‘Arab’, from the Arabic ‘arab. The largest and most trusted free online dictionary for learners of British and American English with definitions, pictures, example sentences, synonyms, antonyms, word origins, audio pronunciation, and more. Look up the meanings of words, abbreviations, phrases, and idioms in our free English Dictionary. ‘Racing changed its complexion as thoroughbreds replaced Arabs.’ ‘I happen to own three of the beasts, along with one crazy Arab!’ ‘The horse was a beautiful palomino, part Arab, golden body, silver mane and tail and eye catching white markings on the legs and face.’.