How to say ‘Take it or leave it’ in Egyptian Arabic

7 Mar

This is an Egyptian expression to use on the market, when you are buying or selling stuff. You tell the seller (or buyer) "I want it at this price, take it or leave it!"

 

بين-البايع-والشاري-يفتح-الله

Expression in Arabic:

بين البايع والشاري يفتح الله

Translations:

  • Take it or leave it
  • That's my final offer

Literal meaning:

Between the seller and the buyer God opens

Usage:

Used when purchasing occurs, said to express that the offer one (seller or buyer) has made is not negotiable.

Example:

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