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гомосексуальность 〈gomoseksualʹnostʹ〉 {{wikipedia}} etymology From гомосексуальный 〈gomoseksualʹnyj〉 + ость 〈ostʹ〉. pronunciation
  • /ɡəməsɨksʊˈalʲnəsʲtʲ/
noun: {{ru-noun}}
  1. homosexuality
antonyms:
  • гетеросексуальность 〈geteroseksualʹnostʹ〉
related terms:
  • гомосексуал 〈gomoseksual〉
  • гомосексуалист 〈gomoseksualist〉
гондон 〈gondon〉 Alternative forms: гандон 〈gandon〉 etymology Distortion of English condom. pronunciation
  • /ɡɐnˈdon/
noun: {{ru-noun}}
  1. (vulgar) condom, rubber
  2. (vulgar, slang) inept, weak man
  3. (vulgar, slang, offensive) asshole
горемыка 〈goremyka〉 etymology From горе + мыкать. pronunciation
  • /ɡərʲɪˈmɨkə/
noun: {{ru-noun}}
  1. (colloquial) poor, miserable creature, wretch
горох 〈goroh〉 pronunciation
  • /ɡɐˈrox/
noun: {{ru-noun}} (no plural)
  1. pea как стене́ горо́х 〈kak stené goróh〉 or как об сте́ну/сте́нку горо́х 〈kak ob sténu/sténku goróh〉 or как в сте́ну горо́х 〈kak v sténu goróh〉 or как от стены́ горо́х 〈kak ot stený goróh〉like talk to a stone wall при царе́ Горо́хе 〈pri caré Goróhe〉 — (jocular) in the days of yore
  2. (colloquial, figuratively) very small fruit, tuber, etc.
горошина 〈gorošina〉 pronunciation
  • /ɡəˈroʂɨnə/
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noun: {{ru-noun}}
  1. pea (seed)
  2. (figuratively, colloquial) something round and small resembling a pea
related terms:
  • горох
  • горошек
гражданка 〈graždanka〉 pronunciation
  • /ɡrɐˈʐdankə/
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noun: {{ru-noun}}
  1. female citizen
  2. (colloquial) civilian life, civvy street
related terms:
  • гражданин, гражданственность, согражданин, согражданка, гражданство
  • гражданский, гражданственный, общегражданский
грек 〈grek〉 pronunciation
  • /ɡrʲek/
noun: {{ru-noun}}
  1. Greek (person)
Synonyms: эллин (rare, poetic), пиндос (pejorative, now also pejorative for American)
related terms:
  • Греция
  • гречанка
  • греческий
гривенник 〈grivennik〉 etymology From гривна 〈grivna〉 + ник 〈nik〉. pronunciation
  • /ˈɡrʲivʲɪnʲːik/
noun: {{ru-noun}}
  1. (colloquial) ten-copeck coin
related terms:
  • гривна 〈grivna〉, гривенный 〈grivennyj〉
гривенничек 〈grivenniček〉
noun: {{ru-noun}}
  1. (colloquial) diminutive of гривенник
грокнуть 〈groknutʹ〉 etymology From English grok. pronunciation
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verb: {{ru-verb}}
  1. (colloquial, neologism, rare) to grok
громыхать 〈gromyhatʹ〉
verb: {{ru-verb}}
  1. (colloquial) to produce loud sounds
грудная жаба 〈grudnaâ žaba〉
noun: {{ru-noun}}
  1. angina pectoris colloquial: intermittent chest pain
групповой секс 〈gruppovoj seks〉 {{wikipedia}}
noun: {{ru-noun}}
  1. group sex exampleГруппово́й секс — фо́рма сексуа́льного поведе́ния челове́ка, в кото́рой уча́ствуют бо́лее двух субъе́ктов одновреме́нно/одновре́менно. Group sex is a form of human sexual behaviour in which more than two persons are involved at one time.
Synonyms: групповуха 〈gruppovuha〉 (colloquial)
грыжа 〈gryža〉 pronunciation
  • /ˈɡrɨʐə/
noun: {{ru-noun}}
  1. (pathology) hernia
  2. (colloquial) зарабо́тать гры́жу 〈zarabótatʹ grýžu〉 (+ instr., на + prepl.) ~ break one’s back (doing something) Я э́той „непы́льной работёнкой“ себе́ гры́жу зарабо́тал. 〈Â é́toj „nepýlʹnoj rabotënkoj“ sebé grýžu zarabótal.〉 — I broke my back working on this “easy job”.
губа 〈guba〉 pronunciation
  • [ɡʊˈba], [ɡuˈba]
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noun: {{ru-noun}}
  1. (anatomy) lip у вас губа́ не ду́ра 〈u vas gubá ne dúra〉 — you have good taste
  2. (geography) bay, inlet (usually in northern Russia)
  3. (military, colloquial) stockade (prison), see гауптва́хта 〈gauptváhta〉
  4. (military, colloquial) detention in a stockade (as a punishment), see гауптва́хта 〈gauptváhta〉 сажа́ть or отправля́ть на губу́ 〈sažátʹ or otpravlấtʹ na gubú〉 — to confine to stockade
Synonyms: (bay) зали́в 〈zalív〉, бу́хта 〈búhta〉, (stockade) гауптва́хта 〈gauptváhta〉, (punishment) гауптва́хта 〈gauptváhta〉
губная помада 〈gubnaâ pomada〉
noun: {{ru-noun}}
  1. lipstick
Synonyms: губнушка 〈gubnuška〉 (colloquial)
губнушка 〈gubnuška〉
noun: губнушка (gubnúška) {{g}}
  1. (colloquial) lipstick
Synonyms: губная помада
гузно 〈guzno〉 pronunciation
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noun: {{ru-noun}}
  1. (derogatory) butt of an human being or an animal
гуна 〈guna〉 Alternative forms: гуня
noun: {{ru-noun}}
  1. (archaic, colloquial) threadbare clothes, rags, tatters
  2. (archaic, colloquial, figurative) (male or female) sloven, slut, slattern
давать 〈davatʹ〉 pronunciation
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etymology From дать 〈datʹ〉 + imperfective infix -ava-, from Church Slavic дати 〈dati〉, from Proto-Slavic *dati. Cognate with Sanskrit ददाति 〈dadāti〉, Greek δίδωμι 〈dídōmi〉, Latin , dato, dos; Old Armenian տամ 〈tam〉, Persian دادن 〈dạdn〉, Lithuanian dúoti, Spanish dar.
verb: {{ru-verb}}
  1. to give
  2. let, allow
  3. hit, strike, clip
  4. (slang) consent to sex
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давить 〈davitʹ〉 pronunciation
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verb: {{ru-verb}}
  1. weigh, lie heavy exampleснег давит на крышу the snow weighs on the roof
  2. crush
  3. press, squeeze exampleдавить ягоды press the juice out of berries exampleдавить лимон squeeze a lemon exampleдавить виноград tramp grapes
  4. suppress, stifle
  5. (colloquial) kill, destroy
  6. (colloquial) put pressure, pressurize, pressure exampleна него давят, чтобы он выступил с заявлением he is being pressurized/pressured to make a statement exampleне дави на меня! don't get hard on me!
related terms:
  • давка, давление, вдавление, вдавливание, выдавливание, подавление, сдавливание, удав, удавка, удавленник
  • давильный, давленный, отдавленный, раздавленный, сдавленный
давным-давно 〈davnym-davno〉 pronunciation
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adverb: {{ru-adv}}
  1. (colloquial) long ago
  2. (colloquial) once upon a time
далёкий 〈dalëkij〉 Alternative forms: далекий 〈dalekij〉 etymology From Proto-Slavic *dalekъ 〈*dalekʺ〉 pronunciation
  • [dɐˈlʲɵkʲɪj]
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adjective: {{ru-adj}}
  1. far, distant, remote
  2. long way off, wide of
  3. strange to
  4. (colloquial) smart, clever
дать 〈datʹ〉 etymology From Proto-Slavic *dati. pronunciation
  • /datʲ/
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verb: {{ru-verb}}
  1. to give
  2. to let, to allow
  3. to organize, to create exampleКак это ни странно, а мы дадим настоящий Восток в искусстве. As strange as it seems, we'll conjure the true Orient in art. -Scriabin
  4. to hit, to strike, to clip, to give it to someone exampleЯ б ему́ так да́л за э́то! I'd give it to him real good for that!
  5. (slang, figurative) to consent to sex
related terms:
  • даться
  • даваться
  • воссоздать
  • издать
  • создать
движок 〈dvižok〉 pronunciation
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noun: {{ru-noun}}
  1. (colloquial) (small) engine, motor
  2. slider, cursor, arm, movable indicator, runner
девка 〈devka〉 pronunciation
  • /ˈdʲefkə/
noun: {{ru-noun}}
  1. wench, girl, bird, broad
  2. maid
  3. (vulgar) whore, tart, strumpet
Synonyms: девочка, девушка, проститутка
related terms:
  • дева
девчата 〈devčata〉 pronunciation
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noun: {{ru-noun}}
  1. (colloquial) girls
девчушка 〈devčuška〉 pronunciation
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noun: {{ru-noun}}
  1. (colloquial) girlie, lassie
дед 〈ded〉 Alternative forms: дѣ́дъ 〈dѣ́dʺ〉 {{ru-PRO}} etymology From Proto-Slavic *dědъ 〈*dědʺ〉. pronunciation
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noun: {{ru-noun}}
  1. grandfather
  2. old man
  3. (in the plural) forefathers
  4. (military slang) old hand, old file, one of the old guard
делать большие глаза 〈delatʹ bolʹšie glaza〉
verb: {{ru-verb}}
  1. (idiomatic, colloquial) to look (as if) surprised or puzzled. exampleНе [[делать|де́лай]] больши́е [[глаз|глаза́]]! Я тебя́ предупрежда́л. Don't look at me as if I didn't warn you!
демшиза 〈demšiza〉 {{wikipedia}} etymology From демократия 〈demokratiâ〉 + шизофрения 〈šizofreniâ〉. Used when the convictions of the radical democrats are compared to schizophrenia. pronunciation
  • /dʲɪmˈʂɨzə/
noun: {{ru-noun}}
  1. (derogatory) the state of mind of a rabid radical democrat.
    • about in (Specnaz Rossii), Одержимая, October 2006, retrieved on 5-2-2009 уходит из «Общей газеты» и находит себе место у Дмитрия Муратова в «Новой». «» — это своеобразный ноев ковчег для хорошо сохранившейся демшизы.
related terms:
  • либераст
денно и нощно 〈denno i noŝno〉 Alternative forms: де́нно и но́чно 〈dénno i nóčno〉 pronunciation {{ru-IPA}}
adverb: {{ru-adv}}
  1. (colloquial) day and night all the time
Synonyms: днём и но́чью 〈dnëm i nóčʹû〉
день варенья 〈denʹ varenʹâ〉 etymology From a scene in Малы́ш и Ка́рлсон, кото́рый живёт на кры́ше 〈Malýš i Kárlson, kotóryj živët na krýše〉, a Russian cartoon adaptation of Karlsson-on-the-Roof by Astrid Lindgren, where Karlsson is wishing the boy a happy birthday while eating jam but, since the Russian варе́нье 〈varénʹe〉 rhymes with рожде́ние 〈roždénie〉, he confuses the words and wishes him a happy jam day instead.
noun: {{ru-noun}}
  1. (humorous) birthday (literally, jam day) Приходи́ ко мне́ на день варе́нья. - Come to my birthday ("jam day").
день рождения 〈denʹ roždeniâ〉 pronunciation
  • {{ru-IPA}}
noun: {{ru-noun}}
  1. birthday
Synonyms: slang дню́ха 〈dnû́ha〉, partial and popular имени́ны 〈imeníny〉
деревня 〈derevnâ〉 {{wikipedia}} pronunciation
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noun: {{ru-noun}}
  1. village
  2. countryside
  3. (colloquial, both feminine and masculine with animacy) yokel, bumpkin exampleДере́вня! Э́то не пиджа́к, э́то смо́кинг. Derévnâ! É́to ne pidžák, é́to smóking.〉 What a yokel! This isn't a coat, it’s a tuxedo. exampleСиди́т? — Кто? — Ну, мужи́к […] — О дере́вня, а? […] Кто ж его́ поса́дит?! Он же па́мятник! 〈Sidít? — Kto? — Nu, mužík […] — O derévnâ, a? […] Kto ž egó posádit?! On že pámâtnik!〉 Is he sitting? — Who? — That man. — Bumpkin! Who could throw him in prison? He’s a monument! (Play on the meanings of сидеть, meaning to sit and to be in prison, in the movie, Gentlemen of Fortune)
Synonyms: (village) посёлок, поселение, село, селение, станица, хутор, (yokel) деревенщина
related terms:
  • дереве́нский 〈derevénskij〉
  • дереве́нщина 〈derevénŝina〉
дерьмо 〈derʹmo〉 pronunciation
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noun: {{ru-noun}}
  1. (vulgar) shit, crap (excrement) exampleВот дерьмо́! 〈Vot derʹmó!〉 Oh, shit! (vulgar)
  2. (vulgar, slang) shit, crap (stuff, thing)
  3. (vulgar, slang) scumbag, shithead (a bad person)
related terms:
  • дерьмовый
  • дерьмоед
детина 〈detina〉 pronunciation
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noun: {{ru-noun}}
  1. (colloquial) husky / hefty / stalwart lad / chap, big fellow
детишки 〈detiški〉 etymology diminutive of де́ти pronunciation
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noun: {{ru-noun}}
  1. (colloquial) children, kids
Synonyms: ребяти́шки 〈rebâtíški〉
дешёвка 〈dešëvka〉 etymology From дешёвый 〈dešëvyj〉 + ка 〈ka〉. pronunciation
  • /dʲɪˈʂofkə/
noun: {{ru-noun}}
  1. (colloquial) low price купить по дешёвке — to buy cheap
  2. (colloquial, pejorative) a cheap, worthless thing; cheapie
джаз-банд 〈džaz-band〉 etymology From English jazz band.
noun: {{ru-noun}}
  1. (music) jazz band group of musicians who play jazz music
Synonyms: джаз-оркестр, джаз-банда (colloquial)
дикарь 〈dikarʹ〉 pronunciation
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noun: {{ru-noun}}
  1. savage
  2. (colloquial, figuratively) shy person, unsociable person
  3. (colloquial) non-official holiday-maker (without a tour group or a prepaid hotel)
дикторша 〈diktorša〉 etymology From диктор 〈diktor〉 + ша 〈ša〉.
noun: {{ru-noun}}
  1. (colloquial) female anchor, announcer, speaker, anchorwoman
  • Some occupation names work for both males and females. The male form of the term may refer to a male or a female. This is a more colloquial term.
диск 〈disk〉 etymology From Ancient Greek δίσκος 〈dískos〉, from δικείν 〈dikeín〉. pronunciation
  • /dʲisk/
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noun: {{ru-noun}}
  1. disk, disc
  2. (sports) discus, platter
  3. cartridge-drum
  4. (informal) CD, compact disc
related terms:
  • дискета
  • дисковидный
  • дискобол
  • дисковод
дитя 〈ditâ〉 Alternative forms: дитё 〈ditë〉 (non-standard, partially declinable) etymology From Proto-Slavic *dětę. pronunciation
  • [dʲɪˈtʲæ]
noun: {{ru-noun}} (see note on oblique forms)
  1. child
  2. baby
  3. (colloquial) kid
  4. (in the plural) children
related terms:
  • де́тка 〈détka〉
  • детёныш 〈detënyš〉
  • детёнок 〈detënok〉 (rare)
  • де́тский 〈détskij〉
  • детвора́ 〈detvorá〉
дичь 〈dičʹ〉 pronunciation
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noun: {{ru-noun}}
  1. game (wild animals or birds hunted for food)
  2. (colloquial) wilderness
  3. (colloquial) nonsense, bosh, rubbish, rot
related terms:
  • дикий
длинный 〈dlinnyj〉 etymology From длина 〈dlina〉. pronunciation
  • /ˈdlʲinːɨj/
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adjective: {{ru-adj}}
  1. long, lengthy
  2. (colloquial, ironical) (when talking about a person) tall, lanky Но это, увы, было, и длинный, сквозь которого видно, гражданин, не касаясь земли, качался перед ним и влево и вправо. — But, unfortunately, it was happening [for real], and lanky, see-through citizen was swaying in front of him left and right without touching the ground.
Synonyms: (tall) высокий, (lanky) долговязый
днюха 〈dnûha〉 pronunciation
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noun: {{ru-noun}}
  1. (slang) birthday
Synonyms: день рождения (standard term)
добро 〈dobro〉 {{wikipedia}} pronunciation
  • /dɐˈbro/
etymology 1 pronunciation
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noun: {{ru-noun}}
  1. the good
  2. goods, property
  3. stuff
  4. (colloquial) green light, consent, permission Комите́т дал добро́ на пока́з но́вого фи́льма — The committee has given the go-ahead for screening the new film.
particle: {{head}}
  1. okay
etymology 2
adverb: {{ru-adv}}
  1. kindly
  2. short neutral form of добрый 〈dobryj〉
добрый 〈dobryj〉 etymology From orv добрꙑи 〈dobrꙑi〉, from Proto-Slavic *dobrъ 〈*dobrʺ〉. pronunciation
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adjective: {{ru-adj}}
  1. kind, good, genial
  2. kindly, good-hearted
  3. gracious, nice
  4. gentle, soft
  5. decent
  6. benign
  7. beneficent
  8. tenderhearted
  9. good-natured
  10. kindhearted, warm-hearted
  11. (colloquial) good, solid exampleидти́ до́брых де́сять киломе́тров 〈idtí dóbryh désâtʹ kilométrov〉 to walk a good/solid ten kilometres
Synonyms: хороший
related terms:
  • добро́ 〈dobró〉
  • доброволец
  • добродушие
  • добросовестный
  • доброта
  • добротный
  • добряк
  • предобрый
до встречи 〈do vstreči〉 {{phrasebook}} pronunciation
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interjection: {{head}} (literally: till the meeting)
  1. see you (later), goodbye farewell
Synonyms: пока́ 〈poká〉 (colloquial), до свида́ния 〈do svidániâ〉 (formal)
дойти 〈dojti〉 pronunciation
  • /dɐjˈtʲi/
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verb: {{ru-verb}}
  1. to go to, to come to, to arrive at, to reach
  2. to come down to
  3. (prices) to rise, to run up to, to amount to
  4. (vulgar) to ejaculate, to cum
дока 〈doka〉
noun: {{ru-noun}}
  1. (colloquial) expert, authority, pundit
долбоёб 〈dolboëb〉 pronunciation
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noun: {{ru-noun}}
  1. (vulgar) dickhead, fuckwit, dumbass, dipshit, motherfucker stupid person
долгострой 〈dolgostroj〉 etymology до́лго ‘for a long time’ + строй pronunciation
  • /dəlɡɐˈstroj/
noun: {{ru-noun}}
  1. (colloquial, disapprovingly) lingering construction, unfinished construction, long-term construction (any large, pointless job, lots of work with no use, large jobs that have no application)
домишко 〈domiško〉 pronunciation
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noun: {{ru-noun}}
  1. (pejorative) a (small) house
дорама 〈dorama〉 {{wikipedia}} etymology Froma Japanese ドラマ 〈dorama〉.
noun: {{ru-noun}}
  1. (colloquial) dorama, Japanese television drama serial
до свидания 〈do svidaniâ〉 {{phrasebook}} Alternative forms: до свида́нья 〈do svidánʹâ〉 pronunciation
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interjection: {{head}}
  1. goodbye, see you later
Synonyms: пока́ 〈poká〉 (colloquial), до встре́чи 〈do vstréči〉
доставать 〈dostavatʹ〉 pronunciation
  • /dəstɐˈvatʲ/
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verb: {{ru-verb}}
  1. reach, touch Потоло́к тако́й ни́зкий, что я до него́ достаю́ руко́й. The ceiling is so low that I (can) reach it with my hand.
  2. take, go fetch, take out
  3. get, procure, obtain
  4. (colloquial) to annoy someone badly
  5. (dated) suffice
доставаться 〈dostavatʹsâ〉 pronunciation
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  1. (impersonal, colloquial) to fall to one's share; to fall to one's lot exampleИм доста́лись лу́чшие места́ в теа́тре. 〈Im dostálisʹ lúčšie mestá v teátre.〉 They got the best seats in the theater. exampleЕй доста́лась нелёгкая до́ля. 〈Ej dostálasʹ nelëgkaâ dólâ.〉 An uneasy fate fell to her lot.
  2. passive form of достава́ть exampleТы да́же не зна́ешь, как достаю́тся э́ти де́ньги. 〈Ty dáže ne znáešʹ, kak dostaû́tsâ é́ti dénʹgi.〉 You don't even know how this money is gained.
related terms:
  • достава́ние 〈dostavánie〉
достать 〈dostatʹ〉 pronunciation
  • /dɐsˈtatʲ/
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  1. reach, touch Он ма́ленького ро́ста, не доста́нет до ве́рхней по́лки. He is of short stature and won't reach the top shelf.
  2. take, go fetch, take out Он доста́л из карма́на сигаре́ты и закури́л. He took out cigarettes from the pocket and started smoking.
  3. get, procure, obtain Где ты доста́ла эту кни́гу? Where did you get (obtain) this book from? (to a female)
  4. (colloquial) to annoy someone badly Он меня́ доста́л со свои́ми вопро́сами. He's a real pest with his questions.
  5. (dated) suffice
достаться 〈dostatʹsâ〉 pronunciation
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  1. (impersonal, colloquial) to fall to one's share; to fall to one's lot
  2. passive form of доста́ть
доходить 〈dohoditʹ〉 pronunciation
  • [dəχʌˈdʲitʲ]
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verb: {{ru-verb}}
  1. to go to, to come to, to arrive at, to reach exampleПисьмо́ до него́ не дошло́ the letter did not reach him.
  2. to come down to
  3. (prices) to rise, to run up to, to amount to exampleРасхо́ды дохо́дят до 10.000 рубле́й the expenses total 10,000 rubles.
  4. (vulgar) to ejaculate, to cum
related terms:
  • доход
  • ходить
до хуя 〈do huâ〉
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  1. (vulgar) many, a lot of, much
Synonyms: до хера 〈do hera〉 (vulgar), до фига 〈do figa〉 (crude), до хрена 〈do hrena〉 (crude), до шиша 〈do šiša〉 (crude), много 〈mnogo〉 (neutral)
дочка 〈dočka〉 pronunciation
  • /ˈdot͡ɕkə/
noun: {{ru-noun}}
  1. (colloquial), diminutive of дочь daughter; little daughter
Synonyms: дочь 〈dočʹ〉
related terms:
  • сын 〈syn〉
дошлый 〈došlyj〉
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  1. (colloquial) cunning sly
дразнилка 〈draznilka〉
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  1. teasing rhyme, taunting ditty
  2. (colloquial) teaser a short film or quote meant to draw an audience to a film or show
дрова 〈drova〉 pronunciation
  • /drɐˈva/
noun: {{ru-noun}}
  1. firewood
  2. wood
  3. (computer slang) driver
related terms:
  • дерево
  • дровозаготовка
  • дровокол
  • дровосек
  • дровяной
дроп 〈drop〉
noun: {{ru-noun}}
  1. (slang) money mule, package mule
дрочить 〈dročitʹ〉 pronunciation
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  1. (vulgar, slang) to jerk off, to wank, to beat off (to masturbate)
  2. (vulgar, slang) to tease, humiliate, punish; to train to exhaustion
Synonyms: мастурби́ровать 〈masturbírovatʹ〉
друг 〈drug〉 pronunciation
  • [druk]
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etymology 1 From Proto-Slavic *drugъ 〈*drugʺ〉, from Proto-Indo-European *dʰrowgʰos. Cognate with Lithuanian draũgas, Gothic 𐌲𐌰𐌳𐍂𐌰𐌿𐌷𐍄𐍃 〈𐌲𐌰𐌳𐍂𐌰𐌿𐌷𐍄𐍃〉 and Old English drihten.
noun: {{ru-noun}}
  1. close friend
    • exampleбли́зкий друг close friend
    • exampleстари́нный друг very old friend
    • exampleдруг до́ма friend of the family
    • exampleдруг де́тства childhood friend
Synonyms: прия́тель 〈priấtelʹ〉, това́рищ 〈továriŝ〉, френд 〈frend〉 (slang, in social networks or neologism), ко́реш 〈kóreš〉 (slang, especially criminal)
antonyms:
  • враг 〈vrag〉
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etymology 2 Originally, друг was the predicative (short) form of другой (“another”).
noun: {{ru-noun}}
  1. (in pairs) other, another
    • exampleдруг в дру́га one another; each other
    • exampleдруг дру́га one another; each other
    • exampleдруг дру́гу to one another; to each other
    • exampleдруг за дру́гом one after another; in single file
    • exampleдруг к дру́гу to each other
    • exampleдруг на дру́га against each other
    • exampleдруг от дру́га one from another
    • exampleдруг под дру́га toward each other
    • exampleдруг про́тив дру́га face to face; vis-à-vis
    • exampleдруг с дру́гом with each other
    • exampleдруг у дру́га at one another; from one another
дружище 〈družiŝe〉 pronunciation
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noun: {{ru-noun}}
  1. (colloquial) old chap, old boy, old fellow
дрыхнуть 〈dryhnutʹ〉
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  1. (colloquial, disparaging) to sleep exampleДры́хнешь как суро́к, — засмея́лась тётка, — вторы́е су́тки пошли́! You're sleeping like a log (lit.: a marmot), the auntie laughed - it's the second day now! (Фанера Милосская: роман: Продюсер козьей морды, Дарья Аркадьевна Донцова - 2008)
Synonyms: спать 〈spatʹ〉 (neutral term)
дуб 〈dub〉 etymology From Proto-Slavic *dǫbъ 〈*dǫbʺ〉, from Proto-Indo-European *dʰanw-. pronunciation
  • /dup/
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noun: {{ru-noun}}
  1. (Quercus) oak (tree and wood) Возле нашего дома растёт дуб. дуб вирги́нскийlive oak дуб лавроли́стный{{vern}} дуб ка́менныйholm oak дуб ска́льныйdurmast oak дуб ба́рхатный, дуб бархати́стый — ({{taxlink}}) {{vern}}, quercitron, black oak, {{vern}} морёный дуб — fumed oak дуб про́бковыйcork oak дуб австри́йский — (Quercus cerris) Turkey oak дуб америка́нский шарла́ховый — (Quercus coccinea) red oak, scarlet oak дуб аракси́нский — ({{taxlink}}{{taxlink}}) {{vern}}, {{vern}}, {{vern}} дуб бе́лый — (Quercus alba) white oak дуб боло́тный — (Quercus palustris) {{vern}} дуб го́лый — ({{taxlink}}) turkey oak дуб го́рный — ({{taxlink}}) chestnut oak, {{vern}} дуб до́льчатый — ({{taxlink}}) {{vern}} вели́к дуб, да дупля́ст, а мал дуб, да здоро́в — (literally) the oak is large but it has hollows, while the other one is small but healthy (it means size or greatness is not always good)
  2. tan, bark of an oak or other tree used to obtain tannic acid дать ду́ба (saying)to kick the bucket, to die
  3. (rаre) boat made from oak boards or a single oak-tree trunk Этот стол изготовлен из дуба.
  4. (figuratively, colloquial) stupid man, blockhead, numskull Какой же ты дуб!
related terms:
  • дубняк 〈dubnâk〉
  • дубовый 〈dubovyj〉
  • дубок 〈dubok〉
  • дубрава 〈dubrava〉
  • дубак 〈dubak〉
  • дубина 〈dubina〉
дуло 〈dulo〉
noun: {{ru-noun}}
  1. muzzle (of a firearm)
  2. (colloquial) barrel (of a firearm)
Synonyms: (barrel) ствол 〈stvol〉
дупло 〈duplo〉 pronunciation
  • /dʊpˈlo/
noun: {{ru-noun}}
  1. tree hollow
  2. (colloquial) dental cavity
related terms:
  • дуплистый
дурь 〈durʹ〉 pronunciation
  • /durʲ/
noun: {{ru-noun}}
  1. (colloquial) folly, foolishness, nonsense
  2. (slang) marijuana; grass, pot
related terms: {{top4}}
  • дурак 〈durak〉
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  • дурной 〈durnoj〉
{{mid4}} {{mid4}} {{bottom}}
дюже 〈dûže〉 pronunciation
  • /ˈdʲʉʐɨ/
adverb: {{ru-adv}}
  1. (colloquial, dialectal) very
Synonyms: очень, изрядно, весьма
related terms:
  • дюжий
дяденька 〈dâdenʹka〉 pronunciation
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noun: {{ru-noun}}
  1. diminutive of дя́дя: uncle
  2. (colloquial) gaffer, guv
дядька 〈dâdʹka〉 pronunciation
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noun: {{ru-noun}}
  1. uncle
  2. (colloquial) man, guy; gaffer, guv
дядя 〈dâdâ〉 etymology From orv дѣдѩ 〈dѣdѩ〉. pronunciation
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  1. uncle
  2. (colloquial) man
  3. fellow, strong fellow, guy
Synonyms: дяденька, дядька
дятел 〈dâtel〉 {{wikipedia}} etymology From Proto-Slavic *dętel. Cognate with regional Bulgarian детел 〈detel〉, Serbo-Croatian scCyrl, Slovene detel, Slovak ďateľ. pronunciation
  • /ˈdʲætʲɪl/
noun: {{ru-noun}}
  1. woodpecker (e.g., )
  2. (slang) informer, whistle-blower
  3. (slang) dimwit, blockhead полный дятел — complete idiot
related terms:
  • дятловый
е 〈e〉
letter: {{head}}
  1. The sixth letter of the Russian Cyrillic alphabet. Its name is е (jɛ) and it has the sound of ye in yes. It is preceded by Д and followed by Ё.
  2. Roman letter E, e, usually pronounced [je]
interjection: {{head}}
  1. (colloquial) yeah!, yo!, oh yeah! Всё кру́то е! 〈Vsë krúto e!〉Awesome, yeah!
ёб 〈ëb〉 pronunciation
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interjection: {{head}}
  1. (vulgar) fuck!
verb: {{head}}
  1. form of past tense masculine singular
ебал 〈ebal〉
verb: {{head}}
  1. (slang, vulgar) masculine past of ебать
ебала 〈ebala〉
verb: {{head}}
  1. (slang, vulgar) feminine past of ебать
ебали 〈ebali〉
verb: {{head}}
  1. (slang, vulgar) plural past of ебать
ебало 〈ebalo〉
noun: {{ru-noun}}
  1. (slang, vulgar) mouth
Synonyms: рот 〈rot〉, пасть 〈pastʹ〉, хавало 〈havalo〉, хлебало 〈hlebalo〉
verb: {{head}}
  1. (slang, vulgar) neutral past of ебать
ебальник 〈ebalʹnik〉
noun: {{ru-noun}}
  1. (slang, vulgar) mouth
  2. (slang, vulgar) face
  3. (slang, vulgar) nose
  4. (slang, vulgar) penis
ебанутый 〈ebanutyj〉
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  1. (vulgar) stupid, idiotic, moronic, crazy exampleуро́д ебану́тый! stupid ugly bastard!
ёбаный 〈ëbanyj〉 etymology From еба́ть 〈ebátʹ〉 pronunciation
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  1. (vulgar, slang) fucking exampleЁбаный насо́с, Жо́ра, где ты бы́л? – Менты́ прихвати́ли, я всё сли́л! Fucking hell, Zhora, where were you? - Cops got me, I dumped it all!
related terms:
  • еба́ть 〈ebátʹ〉
  • еба́ться 〈ebátʹsâ〉
ёбарь 〈ëbarʹ〉 pronunciation
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noun: {{ru-noun}}
  1. (vulgar) fucker (one who fucks)
  2. (vulgar, slang) stud, cunt-chaser
  3. (vulgar, slang) boyfriend, lover exampleГляди́-ка, е́йный ёбарь пошёл Look, here comes the guy who’s fucking her.
related terms:
  • ёбаный
  • ебать
  • ебля
ебать 〈ebatʹ〉 etymology From Proto-Slavic *jebati, from Proto-Indo-European *h₃yebʰ- 〈*h₃yebʰ-〉. Cognate with Ancient Greek οἴφω 〈oíphō〉, Sanskrit यभति 〈yabhati〉. pronunciation
  • [jɪˈbatʲ]
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  1. (vulgar, transitive) to fuck
  2. (vulgar, figuratively, with the word мозг 〈mozg〉) to get on someone's nerves, to be a pain in the arse/ass, to annoy, to blow someone's mind, to mindfuck exampleОпять ты ебёшь мне мозг по пустякам! Yet again you're mindfucking me over nothing!
  3. (vulgar) to kick ass
interjection: {{head}}
  1. (vulgar) expressing surprise
ебаться 〈ebatʹsâ〉 pronunciation
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  1. (vulgar) to fuck (mutually, together) exampleОни́ опя́ть ебу́тся! 〈Oní opấtʹ ebútsâ!〉 They're fucking again! exampleЕби́сь она́ в рот! 〈Ebísʹ oná v rot!〉 Fuck her! (I don’t give a shit about her!) exampleеба́ть мозги́ 〈ebátʹ mozgí〉 to bug, to pester, to fuck with
  2. (vulgar) to tinker with, to mess with, to screw with
  3. (vulgar) to fuck oneself
  4. (vulgar) passive form of еба́ть
ебла 〈ebla〉
verb: {{head}}
  1. (slang, vulgar) feminine past of ебать
ебли 〈ebli〉
verb: {{head}}
  1. (slang, vulgar) plural past of ебать
ебло 〈eblo〉 etymology From ебать 〈ebatʹ〉
noun: {{ru-noun}}
  1. (vulgar, slang) face
Synonyms: (slang) рожа 〈roža〉, (vulgar) ебало 〈ebalo〉, еблище 〈ebliŝe〉, ебальник 〈ebalʹnik〉, лицо 〈lico〉
verb: {{head}}
  1. form of past neuter singular
ебля 〈eblâ〉
noun: {{ru-noun}}
  1. (vulgar) the act of fucking, fuck
ёбнутый 〈ëbnutyj〉 pronunciation
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adjective: {{ru-adj}}
  1. (vulgar) mad, crazy, insane, batshit, fucked up
ёб твою мать 〈ëb tvoû matʹ〉 Alternative forms: еби твою мать 〈ebi tvoû matʹ〉, мать твою ети 〈matʹ tvoû eti〉, ёб твою душу мать 〈ëb tvoû dušu matʹ〉 pronunciation
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  1. (vulgar) go to hell!, fuck off!, goddamn you! (literally, (I) fucked your mother)
  2. goddamn it!
  3. I'll be damned! exampleПереда́й ёб твою́ мать со́ль! Pass the motherfuckin’ salt!
Synonyms: ёлки-палки 〈ëlki-palki〉, мать твою за ногу 〈matʹ tvoû za nogu〉, мать твою в пень 〈matʹ tvoû v penʹ〉, твою дивизию 〈tvoû diviziû〉, чёрт побери 〈čërt poberi〉, чёрт подери 〈čërt poderi〉, япона мать 〈âpona matʹ〉, японский городовой 〈âponskij gorodovoj〉
еврейский 〈evrejskij〉 pronunciation
  • /jɪvˈrʲejskʲɪj/
adjective: {{ru-adj}}
  1. Jewish
  2. Of or related to Hebrew or Yiddish.
Synonyms: (Jewish) иуде́йский 〈iudéjskij〉 (religion), (Jewish) жидо́вский 〈židóvskij〉 (offensive in modern Russian or historical), (relating to Hebrew or Yiddish) иври́тский 〈ivrítskij〉, (relating to Hebrew or Yiddish) и́дишский 〈ídišskij〉
related terms:
  • евре́й 〈evréj〉, евре́йка 〈evréjka〉
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