Persian Phrases 6

Welcome to page six of your words translated into Persian. All of the words and phrases on this page were submitted by site readers. The phrases are mostly conversational – based on Persian sentences – and are translated to help convey the message clearly. Please don’t think this isn’t like real spoken Persian.

251. “I’m the best in the world” in Persian

I am the best in the world. /behtær æz mæn tu: in donya: nist/.

behtar az man

252. “I’ve really enjoyed working with you” in Persian

I have really enjoyed working with you and doing art together. /mæn va:gheæn æz ka:r kærdæn ba: shoma: væ æz ka:rha: ye honæri keh ba: hæm ænja:m da:dim lez.zæt bordæm/.

man vaghean

253. “I’m a student” in Persian

I am a student (university student) here and my placement is over this week. /mæn inja: da:neshju: æm væ ka:r e mæn tu: in hæfteh tæmu:m misheh/.

man inja daneshju

254. “Thank you for teaching me Farsi” in Persian

Thank you for teaching me some Farsi words. /æz in keh yeh khu:rdeh fa:rsi beh mæn ya:d da:din mæmnu:næm/.

az inkeh ye khurdeh

255. “I wish you all the best” in Persian

I will miss you and I wish you all the best. /delæm bæra:tu:n tæng misheh væ bæra: ye hæmætu:n a:rezu: ye behru:zi da:ræm/.

delam baratun

256. “Thank you for the kind words” in Persian

If you write and talk to me directly, you will find the mystery that is me. Thank you for the kind words. /ægær mostæghimæn ba: mæn sohbæt koni ya: ba:ha:m moka:tebeh koni, mæra: keh ra:z e to hæstæm kha:hi shena:kht. dæstet dærd nækoneh ba: in hærf ha: ye del neshinet!/.

agar mostaghiman

257. “It’s nice to meet you” in Persian

It’s nice to meet you. /æz dida:retu:n khosh bækhtæm/.

az didaretun

258. “I’m sad to see you leave” in Persian

I am sad to see you leave. /na:ra:hætæm keh da:ri miri/.

narahatam keh dari

259. “This is my last exam” in Persian

This is my last exam this year. /in a:khærin emteha:n e emsa:læm e/.

in akharin emtehan

260. “I won’t hurt you” in Persian

I will not hurt you. /æziyætet neikonæm/.

aziyatet nemikonam

261. “Don’t touch that” in Persian

Don’t touch that. /behesh dæst næzæn/.

behesh dast nazan

262. “Please stay back” in Persian

Please stay back. /lotfæn æghæb be istid/.

lotfan aghab

263. “Can you help me?” in Persian

Can you help me? /misheh komækæm konid/.

misheh komakam konid

264. “You are in my heart” in Persian

You are in my heart. /to dær ghælb e mæni/.

to dar ghalb

265. “I haven’t seen you in a while” in Persian

I haven’t seen you in a while. /chænd væght e nædidæmet/.

chand vaghte nadidamet

266. “I missed you” in Persian

I missed you! /delæm bæra:t tæng shod/.

delam barat tang

267. “You’re kidding” in Persian

You’re kidding me! /da:ri sær beh særæm miza:ri/.

dari sar beh saram

268. “What did you say?” in Persian

What did you just say? /chi gofti/?

chi gofti

269. “Say it again” in Persian

Say it again! /doba:reh begu:/.

dubareh begu

270. “Please speak English” in Persian

Please speak English. /lotfæn engelisi hærf bezænid/.

lotfan englisi

271. “Congratulations to you and your team” in Persian

Congratulations Sahar, to you and your team for achieving the target for August and for all the help and support you have shown to myself and the company, thank you and let’s hammer September’ target. /sæhær kha:nom, movæfæghiyæt e shoma: væ timeta:n ra: dær ma:h e a:gost tæbrik migæm væ æz ba:bæt e tæma:m e zæhmæt ha: væ komæk ha: tu:n beh bændeh væ beh kompa:ni sepa:s goza:ræm væ movæfæghiyæt e shoma: ra: dær ma:h e septa:mbr kha:ha:næm/.

sahar khanom

272. “Thank you for all your help” in Persian

Bahrara, thank you for all your help throughout August and for the hard work and commitment you have shown to myself and the company, it is very much appreciated by myself, thank you. /bæhr a:ra:, æz ba:bæt e komæk ha:tu:n dær ma:h e a:gost væ beh kha:ter e posht ka:r væ tæ æhodeta:n beh bændeh væ kompa:ni æz shoma: næha:yæt e tæshækor ra: da:ræm/.

bahr ara

273. “He who desires a rose must respect its thorns” in Persian

He who desires a rose must respect its thorns. /hær keh ra: ta:vu:s ba:yæd jor e hendosta:n keshæd/.

har keh ra

274. “Please come in” in Persian

Please come in. /lotfæn biya:in tu:/.

lotfan biyain tu

275. “Take a seat” in Persian

Sit down/take seat. /beshinid/.

beshinid

276. “I’m here to help you” in Persian

I am here to help you. /bændeh dær khedmæt e shoma: hæstæm/.

bandeh dar khedmat

277. “I’ll pick you up at your house” in Persian

I will collect you from your house on Tuesday 4th October at 10 am and take you to your new accommodation. /mæn ru:z e seh shænbeh cheha:rom e oktobr sa: æt e dæh e sob miya:m khu:nætu:n væ shoma: ro beh mæka:n e jædid e tu:n mi resu:næm/.

man ruz seh shanbeh

278. “I hope you will be happy here” in Persian

I hope you will be happy here. /omidva:ræm keh æz inja: khoshetu:n biya:d/.

omidvaram keh az inja

279. “Meet me here at 1 pm” in Persian

Meet me here at 1 pm. /sa: æt e yek mitu:nid mæn o inja: bebinid/.

sate yek mitunid

280. “If you have any problems let me know” in Persian

If you have any problems let me know. /hær moshkeli da:rin beh mæn begin/.

lotfan har moshkeli

281. “I’m sorry” in Persian

I’m sorry. /bebækhshid/.

bebakhshid

282. “You look magnificent” in Persian

You look magnificent. /to mæhshæri/.

to mahshari

283. “You are my sunshine” in Persian

You are my sunshine. /to a:fta:b e mæni/.

to aftab mani

284. “I have a bachelor of science in engineering” in Persian

I have a bachelor of science in engineering. /mæn lisa:ns e mohændesi da:ræm/.

man lisans mohandesi

285. “I have a master of science in history” in Persian

I have a master of science in history. /mæn fogh e lisa:ns e ta:rikhæm/.

man foghe lisans

286. “I have a high-school diploma” in Persian

I have a high-school diploma. /mæn mædræk e diplom da:ræm/.

man madrake diplom

287. “Please return to Suite 205” in Persian

Please return to Suite 205. /lotfæn bær gærdid beh su: it e devist o pænj/.

lotfan bargardin beh

288. “Women’s restroom” in Persian

Women’s restroom. /dæst shu: i: ye kha:nom ha:/.

dastshu ee khanomha

289. “Men’s restroom” in Persian

Men’s restroom. /dæst shu: i: ye a:gha:ya:n/.

dastshu ee aghayan

290. “Please spell your name” in Persian

Please spell your name. /lotfæn esmetu:n o hej.ji konid/.

lotfan esmetuno heji

291. “Please wait” in Persian

Please wait. /lotfæn sæbr konid/.

lotfan sabr

292. “The doctor is away” in Persian

The doctor is away. Can I help you? /a:gha: ye doktor tæshrif næda:rænd. mitu:næm komæketu:n konæm/?

aghaye doktor

293. “Good luck on your exam” in Persian

Good luck on your exam! /omidva:ræm tu: emteha:n movæfægh beshi/.

omidvaram tu emtehan

294. “We must end war” in Persian

We must end war, and come together as humans. /ma: ba:yæd beh jæng kha:temeh bedim væ mesl e ensa:n dær kena:r e hæm ba:shim/.

ma bayad beh jang

295. “How are you today?” in Persian

How are you today, Nadia? /emru:z ha:let chetoreh na:diya:/?

emruz halet chetoreh

296. “This colour is called …” in Persian

This colour is called … /in rængo behesh migæn …./

in rango behesh migan

297. “What colour is this?” in Persian

What colour is this? /in cheh rængi yeh/?

in cheh rangiyeh

298. “This letter (of the alphabet) is called …” in Persian

This letter (of the alphabet) is called … /in hærfo behesh migæn …/.

in harfo behesh migan

299. “This letter (of the alphabet) says (a sound) …” in Persian

This letter (of the alphabet) says (a sound) … /in hærf seda:sh ineh/.

in harf sedash ineh

300. “Write this word for me” in Persian

Please write this word for me. /lotfæn in va:zhæ ro bæra:m benevis/.

lotfan in vazharo