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Dealing With Authorities in Dhivehi Language

While you are going in Maldives or any place where they communicate in Dhivehi and you really are in an emergency situation, dealing with authorities like the police in Dhivehi could be overwhelming. You have got to know no less than the essential Dhivehi sentences intended for emergencies that may help you call your country’s consulate. Learn More

List of Dhivehi Phrases For Emergencies

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I haven't done anything wrong.Alhugandu kusheh nukuran. (...)
It was a misunderstanding.Thee olhumeh. (...)
Where are you taking me?Alhugandu kon thaakah thigendhanee? (...)
Am I under arrest?Aharen mihiree hahyarukohfa tha? (...)
I am a or (an) Maldivian/Iraqi/Pakistani/Saudi Arabian citizen.I am an Maldivian/Iraqi/Pakistani/Saudi Arabian citizen. (Ahannakee dhivehiraahjege /iraquge/pakistaanuge/saudi arabiyaage Raiyyitheh...)
I want to talk to the American/Australian/British/Canadian embassy/consulate.I need to talk to the American/Australian/British/Canadian embassy/consulate. (...)
I want to talk to a lawyer.I want to talk to a lawyer. (Aharen Qaanoonee Vakeelakaa vaahaka dhakkan beynun)
Can I just pay a fine now?Can I just pay a fine now? (Aharennah Joorimanaa akun mikan ninmidhaanetha...)

Select the hyperlinks below to see a list of practical Dhivehi travel keyword phrases which are arranged by theme. For every travel phrase in Dhivehi, there’ll be the English translation.

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