See also: سہل and شهل

Arabic

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Pronunciation 1

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  • IPA(key): /sahl/
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Etymology

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Root
س ه ل (s h l)
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Adjective

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سَهْل (sahl) (feminine سَهْلَة (sahla), elative أَسْهَل (ʔashal))

  1. easy
    تَعَلَمُ اللُّغَةَ الْجَدِيدَةَ قَدْ يَكُنُ أَمْرًا سَهْلًا إِذَا كُنْتَ مُلْتَزِمًًا.
    taʕalamu l-luḡata l-jadīdata qad yakunu ʔamran sahlan ʔiḏā kunta multazimanan.
    Learning a new language can be easy if you're committed.
  2. flat; level
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Noun

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سَهْل (sahlm (plural سُهُول (suhūl)) (countable)

  1. a plain, a grassland
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Pronunciation 2

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Etymology

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Root
س ه ل (s h l)
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Verb

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سَهُلَ (sahula) I, non-past يَسْهُلُ‎ (yashulu) (intransitive)

  1. to be or become less difficult, toilsome, or laborious; to smooth
  2. (dated) to flatten
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Pronunciation 3

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Etymology

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Root
س ه ل (s h l)
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Verb

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سَهَّلَ (sahhala) II, non-past يُسَهِّلُ‎ (yusahhilu) (transitive)

  1. to make less difficult, toilsome, or laborious; to facilitate; to smooth; to lubricate
    Synonym: مَهَّدَ (mahhada)
  2. (dated) to flatten
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References

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  • Wehr, Hans (1979) “سهل”, in J. Milton Cowan, editor, A Dictionary of Modern Written Arabic, 4th edition, Ithaca, NY: Spoken Language Services, →ISBN

Egyptian Arabic

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Root
س ه ل
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Etymology 1

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From Arabic سَهَّلَ (sahhala).

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Verb

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سهل (sahhil) II (non-past يسهل (yisahhil))

  1. to facilitate
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    Conjugation of سهل (form-II)
singular plural
1st person 2nd person 3rd person 1st person 2nd person 3rd person
past m سهّلت (sahhilt) سهّلت (sahhilt) سهّل (sahhil) سهّلنا (sahhilna) سهّلتوا (sahhiltu) سهّلوا (sahhilu)
f سهّلتي (sahhilti) سهّلت (sahhilit)
present subjunctive m اسهّل (asahhil) تسهّل (tisahhil) يسهّل (yisahhil) نسهّل (nisahhil) تسهّلوا (tisahhilu) يسهّلوا (yisahhilu)
f تسهّلي (tisahhili) تسهّل (tisahhil)
present indicative m بسهّل (basahhil) بتسهّل (bitsahhil) بيسهّل (biysahhil) بنسهّل (binsahhil) بتسهّلوا (bitsahhilu) بيسهّلوا (biysahhilu)
f بتسهّلي (bitsahhili) بتسهّل (bitsahhil)
future m حسهّل (ḥasahhil) حتسهّل (ḥatsahhil) حيسهّل (ḥaysahhil) حنسهّل (ḥansahhil) حتسهّلوا (ḥatsahhilu) حيسهّلوا (ḥaysahhilu)
f حتسهّلي (ḥatsahhili) حتسهّل (ḥatsahhil)
imperative m سهّل (sahhil) سهّلوا (sahhilu)
f سهّلي (sahhili)

Etymology 2

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From Arabic سَهْل (sahl).

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Adjective

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سهل (sahl) (elative أسهل (ashal))

  1. easy, convenient

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Persian

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Etymology

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Borrowed from Arabic سَهْل (sahl).

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Readings
Classical reading? sahl
Dari reading? sahl
Iranian reading? sahl
Tajik reading? sahl

Adjective

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Dari سهل
Iranian Persian
Tajik саҳл

سهل (sahl)

  1. easy
    Synonyms: ساده (sâde), راحت (râhat), خوار (xwâr), آسان (âsân)
    Antonyms: سخت (saxt), دشوار (došvâr)

South Levantine Arabic

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Root
س ه ل
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Etymology 1

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From Arabic سَهُلَ (sahula).

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Verb

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سهل (sihil) I (present بسهل (bishal))

  1. to be easy
    بدّنا نقسّم الخطوات على جزئين عشان يسهلو عليكم.
    biddna nʔassim il-ḵuṭwāt ʕala juzʔēn ʕašān yshalu ʕalēkom
    We're going to split up the steps into two parts so they'll be easy for you.
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    Conjugation of سهل (sihil)
singular plural
1st person 2nd person 3rd person 1st person 2nd person 3rd person
past m سهلت (shilt) سهلت (shilt) سهل (sihil) سهلنا (shilna) سهلتو (shiltu) سهلو (sihlu)
f سهلتي (shilti) سهلت (sihlat)
present m بسهل (bashal) بتسهل (btishal) بسهل (bishal) منسهل (mnishal) بتسهلو (btishalu) بسهلو (bishalu)
f بتسهلي (btishali) بتسهل (btishal)
subjunctive m أسهل (ʔashal) تسهل (tishal) يسهل (yishal) نسهل (nishal) تسهلو (tishalu) يسهلو (yishalu)
f تسهلي (tishali) تسهل (tishal)
imperative m اسهل (ishal) اسهلو (ishalu)
f اسهلي (ishali)

Etymology 2

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From Arabic سَهَّلَ (sahhala).

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سهّل (sahhal) II (present بسهّل (bisahhel))

  1. to make (something) easy, to ease
    Synonym: هوّن (hawwan)
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    Conjugation of سهّل (sahhal)
singular plural
1st person 2nd person 3rd person 1st person 2nd person 3rd person
past m سهّلت (sahhalt) سهّلت (sahhalt) سهّل (sahhal) سهّلنا (sahhalna) سهّلتو (sahhaltu) سهّلو (sahhalu)
f سهّلتي (sahhalti) سهّلت (sahhalat)
present m بسهّل (basahhel) بتسهّل (bitsahhel) بسهّل (bisahhel) منسهّل (minsahhel) بتسهّلو (bitsahhlu) بسهّلو (bisahhlu)
f بتسهّلي (bitsahhli) بتسهّل (bitsahhel)
subjunctive m اسهّل (asahhel) تسهّل (tsahhel) يسهّل (ysahhel) نسهّل (nsahhel) تسهّلو (tsahhlu) يسهّلو (ysahhlu)
f تسهّلي (tsahhli) تسهّل (tsahhel)
imperative m سهّل (sahhel) سهّلو (sahhlu)
f سهّلي (sahhli)

Etymology 3

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From Arabic سَهْل (sahl).

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Adjective

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سهل (sihl) (feminine سهلة (sihle), elative أسهل (ʔashal))

  1. easy, convenient
    Synonym: هين (hayyen)
    Antonym: صعب (ṣaʕb)
See also
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  • بسيط (basīṭ, simple)
  • مريح (mrayyeḥ, convenient, comfortable)