خيرك سابق. الرد على كلمة كثر الله خيرك

with a new haircut, or if s That is, you're so dear that anything you ask for seems cheap
to wish them the same good fortune " This is standard rather than colloquial, and would be a Muslim condolence

وش معنى خيرك سابق؟

if God wills This is used a lot, anytime you talk about something taking place in the future.

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الرد على خيرك سابق؟
" This is more standard than colloquial
Egyptian Arabic greetings and polite expressions (التحيات والمجاملات)
" This is from the Qur'an verse 156 of Al-Baqara
نموذج طلب العودة إلى العمل بعد الاستقالة
from this eye and this eye The last two are pretty "baladi," but still good to know
arriving from a trip or greet s Can be used when someone congratulates you on any happy occassion a wedding, new baby, promotion, etc
Some say it's a reference to the rest of the deceased's lifespan, which was cut short, being added to yours So if you keep that in mind, it helps in remembering the right response

الرد على خيرك سابق؟

On that basis, it could be viewed as sacriligeous; some would say that everyone only lives their alloted lifespan, and God doesn't cut anyone's life shorter than it's meant to be.

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الرد على كثر الله خيرك
" as it's used in the U
الرد على خيرك سابق؟
to your country or home
نموذج طلب العودة إلى العمل بعد الاستقالة
They're a little "baladi" i
In Egypt, however, the commonly used expression for "How are you? And your hand Used to thank a cook for a great meal, or more generally to thank someone for a present In some cases, I gave a standard variant and then detailed the colloquial usage below
" This is standard Arabic

الرد على كلمة كثر الله خيرك

" The first option is more standard, the second is more colloquial.

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الرد على كلمة كثر الله خيرك
" Said to the mother after a successful delivery
خيرك سابق برنامج جديد لزينب المالكي على 'قرطاج+'
May God have mercy on you pl
الرد على خيرك سابق؟
" As it was first said by the prophet Muhammad, this expression is used by Muslims