None will have power to intercede for them except one who obtains a promise from Ar-Rahman.
no one will have the power to intercede [with Allah], except for him who has taken a covenant with the All-beneficent.
People do not own the right to intercede, except those* who have made a covenant with the Most Gracious. (* The Holy Prophets and virtuous people will be given the permission to intercede. Prophet Mohammed – peace and blessings be upon him – will be the first to intercede.)
having no power of intercession, save those who have taken with the All-merciful covenant.
Not they will have the power (of) the intercession except (he) who has taken from the Most Gracious a covenant.
They shall not own intercession, excepting those who have taken of the Compassionate a covenant. *Chapter: 19
Hilali & Khan
None shall have the power of intercession, but such a one as has received permission (or promise) from the Most Beneficent (Allah).
On that Day none will have the power to intercede for them except those who received a sanction from the Most Compassionate Lord.
no one will be able to intercede for the others except those whom the Beneficent God has given authority.
They shall not control intercession, save he who has made a covenant with the Beneficent Allah.
They will have no power of intercession, save him who hath made a covenant with his Lord.
who have no power of intercession, except those who have taken a covenant with the Merciful.
None will have [power of] intercession except he who had taken from the Most Merciful a covenant.
They will have no power of intercession, except for someone who has an agreement with the Most Merciful.
La yamlikoona alshshafaAAata illa mani ittakhatha AAinda alrrahmani AAahdan
No one will have power to intercede, except for those who have permission from the Lord of Mercy.
None shall have the power of intercession, but such a one as has received permission (or promise) from (Allah) Most Gracious.
And the disbelievers said, “The Most Gracious has chosen an offspring.”
And they say, 'The All-merciful has taken unto Himself a son.
And they say, "Has taken the Most Gracious a son."
And they say: the Compassionate hath taken a son. *Chapter: 19
Hilali & Khan
And they say: "The Most Beneficent (Allah) has begotten a son (or offspring or children) [as the Jews say: 'Uzair (Ezra) is the son of Allah, and the Christians say that He has begotten a son ['Iesa (Christ)], and the pagan Arabs say that He has begotten daughters (angels, etc.)]."
They claim: "The Most Compassionate Lord has taken a son to Himself."
They have said that the Beneficent God has given birth to a son.
And they say: The Beneficent Allah has taken (to Himself) a son.
And they say: The Beneficent hath taken unto Himself a son.
And they say: 'The Merciful has taken a son'
And they say, "The Most Merciful has taken [for Himself] a son."
And they say, “The Most Merciful has begotten a son.”
Waqaloo ittakhatha alrrahmanu waladan
They say, "The Gracious One has begotten a son."
They say: "(Allah) Most Gracious has begotten a son!"