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QUESTION: Hi Saeed,

This is from 'Marmoulak':
این قدر گیر نده به این جوونا .. آخه بهشت که زورکی نمی‌شه عزیز برادر ! اونقدر که فشار می‌آری از اون ور جهنم می‌زنه بیرون!

Please could you translate and explain اونقدر که فشار می‌آری از اون ور جهنم می‌زنه بیرون? Are there any extra kasres at the end of any of the words? In particular, is there a kasre after ور?

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Simon

ANSWER: Hi Simon,

Yes it only has an kasre after ور.
اونقدر که فشار می‌آری از اون ورِ جهنم می‌زنه بیرون

It means:
Don't put these youths under pressure... Because we can't go to the paradise by force. You put them (youths) so mush under pressure that you reach to contrary result.
از اون ور جهنم می‌زنه بیرون  is an expression that means resulting in a contrary.
They will become worse and worse instead!

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Saeed

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QUESTION: Many thanks Saeed is جهنم always used in this expression or only here as it is the opposite of heaven, mentioned previously?

What does زدن mean here? Does it go with بیرون?

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Hi,

Hell is used because there is a paradise in previous sentence and it is opposite of hell.

بیرون goes with زدن
بیرون زدن = بیرون آمدن = لبریز شدن

You push someone to paradise but he/she falls from the other side of the hell. ie. contrary result.
Hell locates in the other side of the paradise and vice versa.

I hope it helps.
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Saeed

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I can answer to questions about Persian (Farsi) as second language as well as history of persian art and culture.

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I am an English - Persian translator with more than 8 years of experience and about 30 translated books including around 8000 pages. I have been interested in History of world art (painting and architecture), history, mythology, etc. As a poet I also have considerable experience in Persian poetry.

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B.A. of political sciences. M.A. of political sciences.

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