i always here it at the end of a lecturers talk(shiekh Ahmed Deedat, Dr.Zakir Naik etc..)
Wa aaqiru dawana anil hamdulillahi rabbil aalameen means ‘And the conclusion of their prayer will be, “Praise be to Allah, the Cherisher and Sustainer of the worlds.” (Qur’an, 10:10)’
U can chk in d Quran translation too.. 10th para 10th aayat
Wa akhiru da’wana an al-hamdu li-Llahi rabb il-‘alamin!
Was-salatu was-salamu ‘ala rasulihil-karim!
Rabbana taqabbal minna innaka antas-Sami’ ul-‘Alim!
Subhana Rabbuka rabb ul-‘izzati ‘amma yasifun.
Wa salamun ‘alal-mursalin.
Wal-hamdu li-Llahi rabb il-‘alamin!
In the end our claim is that all praise be to Allah, the
Lord of the Worlds, and blessings
and greetings to the Prophet (s.a.w.s.).
Our Lord! Accept from us this duty!
Lo! Thou, only Thou, art the Hearer, the Knower!
Gloried be thy Lord, the Lord of Majesty,
From that which they attribute (unto Him)!
Peace be unto His messengers!
Praise be to Allah the Almighty,
Lord of the Worlds! Be it so!
I do now know exactly, but as far as I can break it up.
“wa akhruddawana anilhamdulillahi rabbil aalameen” means
“and akhiruddawana ….. all praise is to Allah, the Lord of all the Worlds”.
I may very well be wrong, but I think that it means “All praise and thanksgiving belong to ALLAH, Lord of the universe” (or “Lord of the ‘Alamîn).”