عطل

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Etymology 1[edit]

From the root ع ط ل (ʿ-ṭ-l).

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عَطِلَ (ʿaṭila) I, non-past يَعْطَلُ‎ (yaʿṭalu)

  1. to lack (مِن (min) something)
  2. to be unemployed, to be idle
  3. to be unadorned
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عَطِلَ (ʿaṭila) I, non-past يَعْطَلُ‎ (yaʿṭalu)

  1. to be tall
  2. ("modern") to be spoiled, to be no longer of use
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Etymology 2[edit]

Causative of عَطِلَ (ʿaṭila).

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عَطَّلَ (ʿaṭṭala) II, non-past يُعَطِّلُ‎ (yuʿaṭṭilu)

  1. to neglect
  2. to make unemployed, to leave idle
  3. to damage, to destroy, to devastate, to ruin, to render inoperable
  4. to deprive of one's property
  5. to deprive of adornments
  6. to empty
  7. to free
  8. to obstruct
  9. to interrupt
  10. to suspend (a publication)
  11. to turn off (an engine, etc.)
  12. to close (a store, an office, etc.)
  13. ("modern") to injure, to cause loss (عَلَى (ʿalā) to)
  14. ("modern") to lend at interest
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Noun[edit]

عَطَل or عَطْل (ʿaṭal or ʿaṭlm

  1. verbal noun of عَطِلَ (ʿaṭila, to lack, to be unemployed, to be unadorned, etc.) (form I)
  2. unemployment
  3. inactivity
  4. inefficiency
  5. lack
  6. absence of adornment, simplicity
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