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arabic islamic origin - meaning 'god-willing' or 'if god is willing'
I'm coming home, I'll be there by Tuesday morning, inshallah.
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It means "if god wants to" or "if god is willing to let the thing happen"
It is mostly used by Arab parents as a form of saying no.
"Hey mom, can I.."
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An Arabic term, it means literally "Should Allah(God) want to" but when used it means "No" in the least harmful manner.
It's most commonly used as a response to a request of "going out" or "planning a visit".
It's widely used among Arab moms as a reply to her child's request.
- Mom can we go to the park after lunch?
- Inshallah habibi.
- So should I get dressed?
- Inshallah.
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A general term that arabs use when they are not willing to fulfill their commitments.

Also means God (in this case Allah) willing.
Omar: so when you gonna pay me a visit?
Abdul: soon inshallah
by Yamen May 12, 2008
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The muslim way of saying no or never.
Bae: Are you sure you're going to marry me? We've already done it all.

Nae: Inshallah, I will!
by nomanito December 20, 2018
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