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 3:20
 3:21
 3:22
3:20 I will then display My power and demolish Egypt through all the miraculous deeds that I will perform in their land. Then [Pharaoh] will let you leave.
Veshalachti et-yadi vehikeyti et-Mitsrayim bechol nifle'otay asher e'eseh bekirbo ve'acharey-chen yeshalach etchem.
3:21 'I will give the people status among the Egyptians, and when you all finally leave, you will not go empty-handed.
Venatati et-chen ha'am-hazeh be'eyney Mitsrayim vehayah ki telechun lo telchu reykam.
3:22 Every woman shall borrow articles of silver and gold, as well as clothing, from her neighbor or from the woman living with her. You shall load this on your sons and daughters, and you will thus drain Egypt [of its wealth].'
Vesha'alah ishah mishchentah umigarat beytah kley-chesef uchley zahav usmalot vesamtem al-beneychem ve'al-benoteychem venitsaltem et-Mitsrayim.



Commentary:

display My power
  Literally, 'I will send forth My Hand.'

not go empty-handed
  See Genesis 15:14.

load
  Or, 'dress your children with them' (Targum Yonathan).





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