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How should we read the word farrattum in surah yusuf ayat80? jazak allah khair!

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How should we read the word farrattum in sra yusuf ayat 80? jazak  allah khair!

We read the idhgaam of the into the in the word as an incomplete merging in which some of the characteristics of the remain.  We close on the articulation point with the characteristics of the and then open the articulation point with the characteristics of the .
You can hear the same type of idghaam, but in a different aayah:

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Wa iyyaakum. 
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