How do you say miracle in different languages?

How do you say miracle in different languages?

In other languages miracle

  1. American English: miracle /ˈmɪrəkəl/
  2. Arabic: مُعْجِزَةٌ
  3. Brazilian Portuguese: milagre.
  4. Chinese: 奇迹
  5. Croatian: čudo.
  6. Czech: zázrak.
  7. Danish: mirakel.
  8. Dutch: mirakel.

What is miracle called in French?

miracle; merveille; mystère.

What does Bon up mean?

to learn as much as you can about something for a special reason: She boned up on economics before applying for the job. SMART Vocabulary: related words and phrases.

What is Bob mean?

transitive verb. 1 : to strike with a quick light blow : rap. 2 : to move up and down in a short quick movement bob the head.

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What is an alternative to a nice trip?

Creative ways to say have a safe flight

  • Wishing you a relaxing time in the sky.
  • Wishing you a safe and joyful journey ahead.
  • Enjoy the trip!
  • Enjoy the trip! See you next fall!
  • Have a blast and don’t enjoy it too much!
  • Looking forward to hearing about your trip!
  • I hope you have smooth skies!
  • Bon Voyage!

What is the distance for Qasr prayer?

Unless for a particular case, there is confusion as to whether it is commonly regarded as travel or not, in which case, one falls back on the opinion of the majority of scholars (al-jumhoor) regarding the minimum required distance, which is four burud (an antiquated unit of distance) equivalent to 88.7 km ( …

Can you join prayers when Travelling?

Most jurists are in agreement that the person travelling can combine the prayers. Specificially, Zuhr and Asr can be combined and Maghrib and Isha can be combined. There are two options when combining the prayers, you can either advance Asr and pray at the time of Zuhr or pray Zuhr delayed at the time of Asr.

What is jamm and Qasr?

Qasr is the shortening of prayer that consist of four rakaats, where the rakaats are shortened to two. This is only applicable to Dhuhr, Asr and Isha’ prayers. It is not permissible to shorten Maghrib or Subuh prayers which consist of three and two rakaats respectively.