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jaxase
to scramble/interfere with/mix (up)
Jaxase nga lépp.
You have mixed everything up.
Dama di jaxase Binta ak rakkam rekk.
I always confuse Binta and her younger sister.
jaawale
to confuse/mix up
Su amuloon gàllonkoor googu, doon naa ñów.
If there hadn't been this hold up, I would have come.
réeral
to lose (something)
Réeral na sama caabi
He lost my key.
sàggane
to be careless about/neglect
niglise
to be careless about/neglect (from French negliger)
caaxaane
to be careless about/neglect
Bul caaxaane sa liggéey.
Don't be careless about your work.
fatt
to obstruct/block; to fill in, patch, cover; to fill up a hole; to wheeze
Dingéen fatt yoon wi.
You (plural) are going to obstruct the path.
tooñ
to offend/provoke; to be wrong
Yaa ma tooñ.
It's you that provoked me.
tëb
to omit something/leave something out/ skip over sth
Tëb nañu sa tur.
They omitted your name.
Tëb nañu sama tur ci nas bi.
They jumped over my name on the list.
lor
to damage/harm
daanuwaat
to relapse/fall again
Demoon naa ba di wér daanuwaat.
I was about to to recover and I relapsed.
daj (metit)
to suffer/endure
Daj na metit bu bare.
He suffered a lot.
Daj naa lu nekk ak moom.
I endured all sorts of things with him.
am dog-dog
to have problems/have something to deal with.
Ñówumawoon ndax dama amoon dog-dog.
I didn't come because I had something to deal with.
deful jàmm
to do sth wrong
dëkk
to challenge/set goals for s.o.
Yaayam moo ko dëkk - loolu moo tax mu fas jom.
His mother challenged him - that's why he tried harder
dindéeku
to come apart
du wekki... di daaj
to be making things worse
Du wekki dafay daaj.
He's making things worse
dugal ci njaaxum
to get s.o. into trouble
jànkoonte ak
to be faced with/have to deal with sth
jekkali
to finish off/finish destroying sth; to make things worse for s.o
jekkaliku
to be finished off; to have things made worse for one
jéexle
to be out of/have no more of sth
Jéexle naa ceeb.
I'm out of rice.
kër-këri
to struggle (phyiscally or economically); to be overwhelmed
lor
to get s.o in trouble'; to mess sth up for s.o
loru
to be in trouble, to have sth messed up; to die
musiba dal
to have a misfortune
Musiba dal na ma.
I had a misfortune