Exodus 10:4

NET ©

But if you refuse to release my people, I am going to bring locusts into your territory tomorrow.

NIV ©

If you refuse to let them go, I will bring locusts into your country tomorrow.

NASB ©

‘For if you refuse to let My people go, behold, tomorrow I will bring locusts into your territory.

NLT ©

If you refuse, watch out! For tomorrow I will cover the whole country with locusts.

MSG ©

If you refuse to release my people, watch out; tomorrow I'm bringing locusts into your country.

BBE ©

For if you will not let my people go, tomorrow I will send locusts into your land:

NRSV ©

For if you refuse to let my people go, tomorrow I will bring locusts into your country.

NKJV ©

‘Or else, if you refuse to let My people go, behold, tomorrow I will bring locusts into your territory.

KJV
Else
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if thou refuse
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to let my people
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go
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behold, to morrow
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will I bring
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the locusts
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into thy coast
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HEBREW
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Nam
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Ma
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yk (10:4)
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LXXM
ean
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CONJ
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PRT
mh
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ADV
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P-NS
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T-ASM
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mou
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P-GS
idou
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INJ
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P-NS
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V-PAI-1S
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D-ASF
thn
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wran
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N-ASF
aurion
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ADV
akrida
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pollhn
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A-ASF
epi
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PREP
panta
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A-APN
ta
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T-APN
oria
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N-APN
sou
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P-GS
NET © [draft] ITL
But if
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you
<0859>
refuse
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to release
<07971>
my people
<05971>
, I am going
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to bring
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locusts
<0697>
into your territory
<01366>
tomorrow
<04279>
.
NET © Notes

tn הִנְנִי (hinni) before the active participle מֵבִיא (mevi’) is the imminent future construction: “I am about to bring” or “I am going to bring” – precisely, “here I am bringing.”

tn One of the words for “locusts” in the Bible is אַרְבֶּה (’arbeh), which comes from רָבָה (ravah, “to be much, many”). It was used for locusts because of their immense numbers.

tn Heb “within your border.”