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Al-Qur'an Surah Al-Waqi'ah Verse 67

Al-Waqi'ah [56]: 67 ~ English Qur'an Word By Word and Multi Tafseer

بَلْ نَحْنُ مَحْرُوْمُوْنَ (الواقعة : ٥٦)

(are) deprived"


Bal nahnu mahroomoon (QS. al-Wāqiʿah:67)

English / Sahih Translation:

Rather, we have been deprived." (QS. Al-Waqi'ah, ayah 67)

Mufti Taqi Usmani

rather we are totally deprived.”

Dr. Mustafa Khattab, the Clear Quran

In fact, we have been deprived ˹of our livelihood˺.”

Ruwwad Translation Center

rather, we are deprived.”

A. J. Arberry

nay, we have been robbed!'

Abdul Haleem

we are bereft.’

Abdul Majid Daryabadi

Aye! we are deprived!

Abdullah Yusuf Ali

"Indeed are we shut out (of the fruits of our labour)"

Abul Ala Maududi

nay; we have been undone!”

Ahmed Ali

Indeed, we have been deprived of the fruits of our labour."

Ahmed Raza Khan

“In fact, we were unfortunate!”

Ali Quli Qarai

No, we are deprived!’

Ali Ünal

"Rather, we are left utterly deprived (of our livelihood)."

Amatul Rahman Omar

`Rather we have been left with nothing (indeed we are finished).´

English Literal

But We are deprived.

Faridul Haque

“In fact, we were unfortunate!”

Hamid S. Aziz

"Nay! We are deprived."

Hilali & Khan

"Nay, but we are deprived!"

Maulana Mohammad Ali

Surely we are burdened with debt:

Mohammad Habib Shakir

Nay! we are deprived.

Mohammed Marmaduke William Pickthall

Nay, but we are deprived!

Muhammad Sarwar

Surely, we have been deprived (of the benefits)".

Qaribullah & Darwish

Rather, we have been prevented'

Safi-ur-Rahman al-Mubarakpuri

"Nay, but we are deprived!"

Wahiduddin Khan

nay, we are deprived [altogether]."

Talal Itani

No, we are being deprived.”

Tafsir jalalayn

Nay, but we are deprived!', prevented from [reaping] our provision.

Tafseer Ibn Kathir

(Saying;) "We are indeed Mughramun! Nay, but we are deprived!"

Allah says, `if We crumble the plants into dry pieces, you would be wondering regarding what happened, sometimes saying;we are indeed Mughramun, i.e., ruined.'

Mujahid and Ikrimah said that Mughramun means,

"being the subject of revenge."

Qatadah commented,

"You would say, `We were punished,' sometimes, and, `We were deprived,' some other times."

Ikrimah said that `You will be

`You will blame each other (and yourselves),'

According to Al-Hasan, Qatadah and As-Suddi Tafakkahun' means,

"feel sorrow."

They will be feeling grief for what they spent or for the sins that they have committed in the past (which cost the destruction of their plants).

Al-Kisa'i said,

"Tafakkaha is both the synonym and the antonym."

The Arabs say Tafakkahtu when they mean that they have enjoyed something or felt grief.

Allah the Exalted said next,

أَفَرَأَيْتُمُ الْمَاء الَّذِي تَشْرَبُونَ