Give women their dower in good cheer. Then, if they forego some of it, of their own will, you may have it as pleasant and joyful.
— Mufti Taqi Usmani
And bring the women their dowries as an endowment, so in case they are good to you concerning any portion of it, (Literally: in case they feel good in themselves to you about anything of it) then eat it up rejoicing with wholesome appetite (i.e., take it and make use of it to your profit and advantage).
— Dr. Ghali
Give women their bridal gift upon marriage, though if they are happy to give up some of it for you, you may enjoy it with a clear conscience.
— Abdul Haleem
And give unto the women (whom ye marry) free gift of their marriage portions; but if they of their own accord remit unto you a part thereof, then ye are welcome to absorb it (in your wealth).
And give the women (on marriage) their dower as a free gift; but if they, of their own good pleasure, remit any part of it to you, Take it and enjoy it with right good cheer.
— Yusuf Ali
Хотинларингизга маҳрларини ҳадя каби (яъни, чин кўнгилдан, мамнунлик билан) берингиз! Агар ўзлари сизлар учун у маҳрдан бирон нарсани ихтиёрий равишда кечсалар, сизлар уни пок ва муборак билиб еяверинглар.
— Alauddin Mansour
And give the women [upon marriage] their [bridal] gifts1 graciously. But if they give up willingly to you anything of it, then take it in satisfaction and ease.2
— Saheeh International
Give women their bridal-due in good cheer (considering it a duty); but if they willingly remit any part of it, consume it with good pleasure.1
— Tafheem-ul-Quran - Abul Ala Maududi