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ArabicEdit

Etymology 1Edit

Derived from the active participle of اِنْخَفَضَ ‎(inḵafaḍa, to be lowered, to sink), from the root خ ف ض ‎(ḵ f ḍ); compare خَفَضَ ‎(ḵafaḍa, to lower).

PronunciationEdit

AdjectiveEdit

مُنْخَفِض ‎(munḵafiḍ) ‎(feminine مُنْخَفِضَة ‎(munḵafiḍa), masculine plural مُنْخَفِضُون ‎(munḵafiḍūn))

  1. low (altitude, frequency, price, etc.)
    الْأَرَاضِي الْمُنْخَفِضَة‎ ― al-ʾarāḍī l-munḵafiḍaNetherlands
  2. soft, low, subdued, muffled
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Etymology 2Edit

Noun of place based on the derived from the passive participle of اِنْخَفَضَ ‎(inḵafaḍa, to be lowered, to sink), from the root خ ف ض ‎(ḵ f ḍ); compare خَفَضَ ‎(ḵafaḍa, to lower).

NounEdit

مُنْخَفَض ‎(munḵafaḍm ‎(plural مُنْخَفَضَات ‎(munḵafaḍāt))

  1. (geology) depression, low ground
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