27.35. But lo! I am going to send a present unto them, and to see with what (answer) the messengers return. (Pickthall)
27.35. Und ich bin eine, die ihm ein Geschenk sendet, und die sieht, mit was die Gesandten zurückkehren." (Ahmad v. Denffer)
27.35. Gewiß, ich werde (Boten) zu ihnen senden mit einem Geschenk und dann abwarten, was (für eine Antwort) die Gesandten zurückbringen." (Bubenheim)
27.35. Ich werde ihnen ein Geschenk schicken und abwarten, mit welcher Antwort die Boten zurückkommen werden." (Azhar)
27.35. Und ich werde ihnen ein Geschenk zukommen lassen, dann werde ich sehen, womit die Entsandten zurückkommen.“ (Zaidan)
27.35. Ich will nun ein Geschenk an sie schicken und sehen, was die Gesandten (daraufhin als Erwiderung) zurückbringen." (Paret)
27.35. Ich aber will ihnen ein Geschenk schicken und will abwarten, was die Boten (für eine Antwort) zurückbringen." (Rasul)
Tafsir von Maududi für die Ayaat 32 bis 35
(Having read out the letter) the queen said, "O chiefs, counsel me in this matter; I do not take a decision in any matter without (consulting) you." ( 38 ) They replied, "We are a powerful people, and good fighters. The decision, however, rests with you. You may yourselves consider as to what command you should give." The queen said, "When the kings enter a land, they ruin it and debase its honourable people; ( 39 ) they do just the same. ( 40 ) I shall send to them a gift, and then wait to see with what reply my envoys return."
Desc No: 38 The words used in the Text are: hatta tash-hu-dun (unless you are present, or unless you bear witness). That is: "1 regard your presence necessary when 1 take a decision in important matters, and also that whatever decision I take you should be there to testify that it is right and correct." This shows that though the system of government among Saba' was kingship, it was not tyrannical; but the ruler of the time decided matters in consultation with the important people in the government.
Desc No: 39 In this one sentence a thorough criticism has been made of imperialism. The kings' invasion of the other countries and the victorious nations' violence against the oppressed nations has never been for the sake of reform and goodwill. 'fire object has been to control and exploit the means and resources of sustenance granted to the other nation by God, and make it so helpless that it should never be able to rise in resistance and demand its share. For this purpose they block up all it, means of prosperity, power and honour, crush down all selfrespecting elements, instil in its members attitudes of slavery, flattery, treachery and spying against one another, imitation of the conqueror and respect for his civilization, contempt of their own civilization and other such mean qualities of character. Thus, gradually they bring them down to such a low level of character where they may not hesitate even to sell off any of their most sacred objects of heritage and be ready to perform any wretched service on payment.
Desc No: 40 This sentence has two meanings and both are equally probable: 1 1) It may be a part of the queen of Sheba's speech, which she might have added in order to emphasize her foregoing words; and (2) it may be Allah's words which have been added as a parenthesis in support of the queen's speech.