||Pharaoh sent messengers and had Joseph summoned. They rushed him from the dungeon. He got a haircut and changed clothes, and then came to Pharaoh.
Vayishlach Par'oh vayikra et-Yosef vayeritsuhu min-habor vayegalach vayechalef simlotav vayavo el-Par'oh.
Pharaoh said to Joseph, 'I had a dream, and there is no one who can interpret it. I heard that when you hear a dream, you can explain it.'
Vayomer Par'oh el-Yosef chalom chalamti ufoter eyn oto va'ani shamati aleycha lemor tishma chalom liftor oto.
||Joseph answered Pharaoh, 'It is not by my own power. But God may provide an answer concerning Pharaoh's fortune.'
Vaya'an Yosef et-Par'oh lemor bil'aday Elohim ya'aneh et-shlom Par'oh.
(Targum). Literally, 'he shaved.'
|It is not by my own power...|
(Rashi). Or, 'No matter how I [interpret it], let God make it come out good for you' (Ibn Ezra); or 'I cannot do it by myself, but God will tell you what it means' (Rashbam).