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поднимать 〈podnimatʹ〉 Alternative forms: подыма́ть 〈podymátʹ〉 (colloquial) pronunciation
  • /pədnʲɪˈmatʲ/
verb: {{ru-verb}}
  1. to raise, to elevate, to increase
related terms:
  • поднима́ться 〈podnimátʹsâ〉, подня́ться 〈podnấtʹsâ〉
  • подня́тие 〈podnấtie〉
  • подъём 〈podʺëm〉
подрочить 〈področitʹ〉 pronunciation
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verb: {{ru-verb}}
  1. (vulgar, slang) to jerk off, to wank, to beat off (to masturbate)
  2. (vulgar, slang) to tease, humiliate, punish; to train to exhaustion
подскальзываться 〈podskalʹzyvatʹsâ〉 pronunciation
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verb: {{ru-verb}}
  1. (colloquial) alternative form of поска́льзываться
  • This form is often proscribed in favor of поска́льзываться 〈poskálʹzyvatʹsâ〉, but is much more common colloquially.
подскользнуться 〈podskolʹznutʹsâ〉 pronunciation
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verb: {{ru-verb}}
  1. (colloquial) alternative form of поскользну́ться
  • This form is often proscribed in favor of поскользну́ться 〈poskolʹznútʹsâ〉, but is much more common colloquially.
подстилка 〈podstilka〉 pronunciation
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noun: {{ru-noun}}
  1. bedding
  2. (for cattle) litter
  3. (derogatory) (of a woman) broad
related terms:
  • подстилать, подстелить
подхватить 〈podhvatitʹ〉 pronunciation
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verb: {{ru-verb}}
  1. to catch (up), pick up, grasp, snatch
  2. (colloquial) to catch, pick up (a disease)
  3. to pick up (an expression, a song)
  4. to join in, take up, catch up
подхватывать 〈podhvatyvatʹ〉 pronunciation
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verb: {{ru-verb}}
  1. to catch (up), pick up, grasp, snatch
  2. (colloquial) to catch, pick up (a disease)
  3. to pick up (an expression, a song)
  4. to join in, take up, catch up
подъезжать 〈podʺezžatʹ〉 pronunciation
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verb: {{ru-verb}}
  1. to drive up (to) exampleОн подъе́хал к подъе́зду. He drove up to the entrance exampleМо́жно ли подъе́хать сюда́ на автомоби́ле? Can one drive a car here?
  2. (colloquial) to drop in, to pay a short visit
  3. (colloquial) to get (round), to start a pick up line, to get on the right side (of) exampleЛо́вко он к ней подъе́хал. He got round her very nicely; he got on the right side of her
related terms:
  • ехать, ездить
  • подъезд
подъехать 〈podʺehatʹ〉 pronunciation
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verb: {{ru-verb}}
  1. to drive up (to) exampleОн подъе́хал к подъе́зду. He drove up to the entrance exampleМо́жно ли подъе́хать сюда́ на автомоби́ле? Can one drive a car here?
  2. (colloquial) to drop in, to pay a short visit
  3. (colloquial) to get (round), to start a pick up line, to get on the right side (of) exampleЛо́вко он к ней подъе́хал. He got round her very nicely; he got on the right side of her
related terms:
  • ехать, ездить
  • подъезд
подымать 〈podymatʹ〉 pronunciation
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verb: {{ru-verb}}
  1. (colloquial) alternative form of поднима́ть
подыматься 〈podymatʹsâ〉 pronunciation
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verb: {{ru-verb}}
  1. (colloquial) to rise (oneself)
Synonyms: поднима́ться 〈podnimátʹsâ〉
поехали 〈poehali〉 pronunciation
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verb: {{head}} concrete verb
  1. inflection of пое́хать
interjection: {{head}}
  1. (slang) let's go!
  2. (slang) Let's do it!
пойнтер 〈pojnter〉 etymology Transcription of English pointer. pronunciation
  • /ˈpojntɨr/
noun: {{ru-noun}}
  1. pointer type of dog
  2. (computing, colloquial) pointer variable that stores the address of another variable, see указатель 〈ukazatelʹ〉
показуха 〈pokazuha〉 pronunciation
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noun: {{ru-noun}}
  1. (colloquial, disapprovingly) window-dressing, ostentation, pretense, (fake) show, veneer, facade exampleэ́то сплошна́я показу́ха 〈é́to splošnáâ pokazúha it's all put on, just for show exampleдля показу́хи 〈dlâ pokazúhi just for show
покамест 〈pokamest〉 pronunciation
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adverb: {{ru-adv}}
  1. (colloquially) till, until
Synonyms: пока́ 〈poká〉
покачать 〈pokačatʹ〉 pronunciation
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verb: {{ru-verb}}
  1. to rock, swing, shake, wobble; dandle exampleпокача́ть голово́й to shake one's head
  2. to pump
  3. to toss, roll, pitch
  4. (colloquial) to lift up, chair to toss someone up, like a group of fans their champion
  5. to download (for some time)
  6. (colloquial) to train/pump muscle
related terms:
  • ка́чка 〈káčka〉
  • покача́ться 〈pokačátʹsâ〉
  • кача́ние 〈kačánie〉
покрыть 〈pokrytʹ〉 pronunciation
  • /pəˈkrɨtʲ/
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verb: {{ru-verb}}
  1. to cover, roof (a house) ; to thatch, to tile exampleпокры́ть ши́фером to slate
  2. to coat (with paint)
  3. to cover, to trump (in card games) exampleему́ не́чем крыть he hasn't a leg to stand on, there's nothing he can say to that (original meaning: he has no (good) card to cover (colloquial)
  4. (colloquial) to scold, to rail (at), to swear (at)
полицай 〈policaj〉 etymology From German Polizei
noun: {{ru-noun}}
  1. (historical, offensive) person working with Hitler police during World War II
  2. (slang) cop police officer
половой член 〈polovoj člen〉 {{wikipedia}}
noun: {{ru-noun}}
  1. penis (male organ for copulation and urination)
Synonyms: пенис 〈penis〉, хуй 〈huj〉 (vulgar)
полтинник 〈poltinnik〉 pronunciation
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noun: {{ru-noun}}
  1. fifty copecks
  2. fifty-copeck piece
  3. (colloquial) age of fifty
Synonyms: полтина
получка 〈polučka〉 pronunciation
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noun: {{ru-noun}}
  1. (colloquial) pay, sum paid exampleдень получки payday
Synonyms: зарплата, жалование
related terms:
  • получать, получить
помереть 〈pomeretʹ〉 pronunciation
  • /pəmʲɪˈrʲetʲ/
verb: {{ru-verb}}
  1. (colloquial) die
Synonyms: умереть
помешать 〈pomešatʹ〉 pronunciation
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etymology 1
verb: {{ru-verb}}
  1. to disturb, hinder, impede exampleМне э́то мо́жет о́чень си́льно помеша́ть. 〈Mne é́to móžet óčenʹ sílʹno pomešátʹ.〉 This can badly hinder me. exampleТебе́ не помеша́ло бы сде́лать дома́шнее зада́ние. 〈Tebé ne pomešálo by sdélatʹ domášnee zadánie.〉 It would be good if you did your homework.
related terms:
  • поме́ха 〈poméha〉
etymology 2
verb: {{ru-verb}}
  1. (transitive) to stir; to mix, to mix up, mingle, blend, something for some time exampleНе забу́дь помеша́ть суп. 〈Ne zabúdʹ pomešátʹ sup.〉 Don't forget to stir the soup.
  2. (colloquial) to shuffle playing cards
related terms:
  • меша́лка 〈mešálka〉
поминутный 〈pominutnyj〉 pronunciation
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adjective: {{ru-adj}}
  1. occurring every minute
  2. (figuratively, colloquial) constant, continual
  3. per minute
related terms:
  • мину́та 〈minúta〉
помирать 〈pomiratʹ〉 pronunciation
  • /pəmʲɪˈratʲ/
verb: {{ru-verb}}
  1. (colloquial) to die
Synonyms: умирать
по-нерусски 〈po-nerusski〉 etymology по- 〈po-〉 + не- 〈ne-〉 + русский 〈russkij〉
adverb: {{ru-adv}}
  1. (humorous) in a language other than Russian
понос 〈ponos〉 pronunciation
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noun: {{ru-noun}}
  1. diarrhea
  2. (colloquial, figuratively) too much of something that is incapable to stop itself exampleслове́сный поно́с 〈slovésnyj ponós verbal diarrhea
Synonyms: диаре́я 〈diaréâ〉
related terms:
  • поно́сить 〈ponósitʹ〉
понт 〈pont〉 pronunciation
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noun: {{ru-noun}}
  1. (slang) victim of a rook
  2. (slang) divertig one's attention during a theft
  3. (slang) an act of showing off
поп 〈pop〉 pronunciation
  • /pop/
etymology 1 From Church Slavic попъ 〈popʺ〉, from Ancient Greek παπάς 〈papás〉, variant of πάππας 〈páppas〉.
noun: {{ru-noun}}
  1. (colloquial) priest
Synonyms: священник
related terms:
  • попадья, попович
  • поповский
  • поповник
  • поповство
  • поповец, беспоповец, беглопоповец
  • распоп
etymology 2 From English pop, popular.
noun: {{ru-noun}}
  1. pop, popular music
  2. pop art
etymology 3
noun: {{ru-noun form}}
  1. plural genitive of попа
попадаться 〈popadatʹsâ〉 pronunciation
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verb: {{ru-verb}}
  1. to get caught
  2. (colloquial) to come across, chance (up)on, meet; occur, there is / are
  3. passive form of попада́ть
попасться 〈popastʹsâ〉 pronunciation
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verb: {{ru-verb}}
  1. to get caught
  2. (colloquial) to come across, chance (up)on, meet; occur, there is / are
  3. passive form of попа́сть
попка 〈popka〉 pronunciation
  • [ˈpopkə]
etymology 1 Diminutive of попа 〈popa〉
noun: {{ru-noun}}
  1. (anatomy) ass/arse, butt, buttocks, tush
Synonyms: задница 〈zadnica〉, попа 〈popa〉, попочка 〈popočka〉
etymology 2 Shortening of попугай 〈popugaj〉
noun: {{ru-noun}}
  1. parrot
  2. (criminal, slang) supervisor
etymology 3 Shortening of попугай 〈popugaj〉
noun: {{ru-noun}}
  1. (technical) monkey wrench, pipe wrench, adjustable spanner
Synonyms: разводной ключ, газовый ключ, гаечный ключ
пополам 〈popolam〉 pronunciation
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adverb: {{ru-adv}}
  1. in two (equal parts) exampleдава́й разде́лим попола́м let's divide in two
  2. (colloquial) it’s all the same; it doesn’t matter exampleмне э́то попола́м I don't care about it
quotations: {{rfquote}}
порнуха 〈pornuha〉 pronunciation
  • /pɐrˈnuxə/
noun: {{ru-noun}}
  1. (slang) pornography, porno
Synonyms: порнография (standard term), порно
пороть 〈porotʹ〉 pronunciation
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verb: {{ru-verb}}
  1. to rip off the seam of a garment, to undo
  2. to flog, to flagellate, {{g}} - вы́пороть 〈výporotʹ〉
  3. (colloquial) (in expression), {{g}} - споро́ть 〈sporótʹ〉 exampleпоро́ть ахине́ю / вздор / ерунду́ / чушь porótʹ ahinéû / vzdor / erundú / čušʹ〉 to talk nonsense
related terms:
  • по́рка 〈pórka〉
  • поро́ться 〈porótʹsâ〉
  • распоро́ться 〈rasporótʹsâ〉
портить 〈portitʹ〉 pronunciation
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verb: {{ru-verb}}
  1. to spoil, to ruin, to mar, to damage
  2. (colloquial) to corrupt, to spoil, to deflorate (virgins)
related terms:
  • по́ртиться 〈pórtitʹsâ〉
портянка 〈portânka〉 {{wikipedia}} pronunciation
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noun: {{ru-noun}}
  1. (inanimate) footwrap, portyanki a strip of cloth worn around the feet
  2. (inanimate, pejorative, Russia or Russians) a person trusting the government, believing any propaganda, following leaders
Synonyms: (an over-patriotic Russian/Soviet citizen) сово́к 〈sovók〉, ва́тник 〈vátnik〉
посеять 〈poseâtʹ〉 pronunciation
  • /pɐˈsʲe(j)ɪtʲ/
verb: {{ru-verb}}
  1. to sow, drill
  2. (colloquial) to lose, squander
  3. (figuratively) spread (an idea, fear etc.)
посиделки 〈posidelki〉 pronunciation
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noun: {{ru-noun}}
  1. (colloquial) (village) gathering, sit-round gathering
поскольку 〈poskolʹku〉 pronunciation
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conjunction: {{head}}
  1. inasmuch as, as
послышаться 〈poslyšatʹsâ〉 pronunciation
  • /pəˈslɨʂət͡sə/
verb: {{ru-verb}}
  1. (impersonal) to be heard exampleВдали́ послы́шалось чьё-то пе́ние. In the distance singing was heard
  2. (colloquial) to be felt, to be smelled
  3. (impersonal) to be misheard (no imperfective) exampleТебе послы́шалось. You have misheard (me).
пост 〈post〉 pronunciation
  • /post/
etymology 1 From Proto-Slavic *postъ 〈*postʺ〉.
noun: {{ru-noun}}
  1. fast period of restricted eating
  1. великий пост - Lent
related terms:
  • поститься
  • постный
etymology 2
noun: {{ru-noun}}
  1. post, office, appointment, position, job
  2. picket, outpost, guard post, station
related terms:
  • постовой
etymology 3 From English post
noun: {{ru-noun}}
  1. (slang) post, message (online forums)
посудомоечная машина 〈posudomoečnaâ mašina〉 {{wikipedia}}
noun: {{ru-noun}}
  1. dishwasher
Synonyms: посудомо́йка 〈posudomójka〉 (colloquial)
посул 〈posul〉 etymology From по 〈po〉 + сулить 〈sulitʹ〉. pronunciation
  • /pɐˈsul/
noun: {{ru-noun}}
  1. (colloquial) promise
related terms:
  • сулить, посулить
посыпать 〈posypatʹ〉
etymology 1 pronunciation
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verb: {{ru-verb}}
  1. to pour (of friable/solid objects, such as sands, not liquids; sometimes used figuratively)
  2. to scatter on a surface
  3. to sprinkle, strew
etymology 2 pronunciation
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verb: {{ru-verb}}
  1. to pour (of friable/solid objects, such as sands, not liquids; sometimes used figuratively)
  2. to sprinkle, strew
  3. (colloquial) (intransitive) to start falling of precipitation like rain or snow
  4. (figuratively, colloquial) (intransitive) to start saying words frequently
  5. to start saying quickly
  6. (colloquial) (intransitive) to dash quickly for many entities
related terms:
  • посыпа́ние 〈posypánie〉
потаскуха 〈potaskuha〉 etymology Female form of потаскун 〈potaskun〉. pronunciation
  • /pətɐsˈkuxə/
noun: {{ru-noun}}
  1. (derogatory) strumpet, slut, prostitute
Synonyms: шлюха 〈šlûha〉
потреба 〈potreba〉 pronunciation
  • /pɐˈtrʲebə/
noun: {{ru-noun}}
  1. (colloquial) need exampleна потребу to cater, to please
related terms:
  • непотребный
  • потреблять, потребить
  • потребный
  • требовать, потребовать
  • требоваться, потребоваться
похуй 〈pohuj〉 Alternative forms: пох 〈poh〉 (further abbreviation or euphemism) etymology Abbreviation of по́ хую 〈pó huû〉 pronunciation
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adverb: {{ru-adv}}
  1. (vulgar) alternative form of по́ хую exampleЕму́ всё по́хуй! 〈Emú vsë póhuj!〉 He doesn't give a fuck about anything!
по хую 〈po huû〉 etymology Literally: "up to the cock". Alternative forms: по́хуй 〈póhuj〉 pronunciation
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adverb: {{ru-adv}}
  1. (vulgar) (in expressions) exampleМне по́ хую, что она́ тебе́ сказа́ла! 〈Mne pó huû, čto oná tebé skazála!〉 I don't give a fuck what she told you!
поц 〈poc〉 etymology From Yiddish פּוץ 〈ṗwẕ〉. pronunciation
  • /pot͡s/
noun: {{ru-noun}}
  1. (slang) stupid person, jerk, putz
  2. (slang, less common) penis, putz
related terms: See падонки
  • поц-иэнт 〈poc-iént〉 (standard Russian: пациент 〈pacient〉) "patient"
  • поцреот 〈pocreot〉 (standard Russian: патриот 〈patriot〉) "patriot"
  • поц-тава 〈poc-tava〉 (standard Russian: подстава 〈podstava〉) "set-up, framing"
почин 〈počin〉 pronunciation
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noun: {{ru-noun}}
  1. initiative exampleпо собственному почину on one's own initiative exampleсмелый почин daring innovation exampleподхватить чей-л почин take up smb's initiative
  2. (colloquial) beginning, first sale of the day exampleдля почина for a start; to make a beginning/start
почитай 〈počitaj〉
adverb: {{ru-adv}}
  1. (colloquial) almost, nearly, nigh on
  2. (colloquial) it seems, seemingly, apparently
verb: {{head}}
  1. singular imperative of почитать
почтенный 〈počtennyj〉 pronunciation
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adjective: {{ru-adj}}
  1. respectable, honorable, eminent exampleпочте́нный граждани́н počténnyj graždanín〉 respectable citizen
  2. (colloquial) considerable
related terms: {{top2}} Nouns
  • по́честь 〈póčestʹ〉
  • почита́тель 〈počitátelʹ〉
  • почте́ние 〈počténie〉
{{mid2}} Verbs
  • поче́сть 〈počéstʹ〉
  • уче́сть 〈učéstʹ〉
  • чтить 〈čtitʹ〉
    • почти́ть 〈počtítʹ〉
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почудачить 〈počudačitʹ〉 pronunciation
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verb: {{ru-verb}}
  1. (colloquial) to act strange for a while
пошёл на хуй 〈pošël na huj〉
interjection: {{head}}
  1. (vulgar) fuck off (to a man; replace with "пошла́" - to a woman and "пошли́" - to a group)
права 〈prava〉 pronunciation
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noun: {{head}}
  1. nominative plural of пра́во rights права́ челове́ка - human rights
  2. accusative plural of пра́во
  3. (colloquial) driver's license, abbreviation of води́тельские права́ 〈vodítelʹskie pravá〉 exampleУ него отобрали права за пьянку. 〈U nego otobrali prava za pʹânku.〉 He lost his (driver's) licence for drink-driving. (lit.: the license was taken away from him for drinking/drunkenness)
предок 〈predok〉 pronunciation
  • /ˈprʲedək/
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noun: {{ru-noun}}
  1. forefather, ancestor
  2. (colloquial) parent
Synonyms: пращур, родитель
представиться 〈predstavitʹsâ〉 pronunciation
  • /prʲɪtˈstavʲɪt͡sə/
verb: {{ru-verb}}
  1. to occur, present itself; offer, arise
  2. to introduce oneself exampleразреши́те предста́виться let me introduce myself
  3. to seem
  4. (colloquial) to pretend (to be), pass oneself off (as) exampleпредставля́ться больны́м to feign sickness
  5. passive form of представить
представляться 〈predstavlâtʹsâ〉 pronunciation
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verb: {{ru-verb}}
  1. to occur, present itself; offer, arise
  2. to introduce oneself exampleразреши́те предста́виться let me introduce myself
  3. to seem
  4. (colloquial) to pretend (to be), pass oneself off (as) exampleпредставля́ться больны́м to feign sickness
  5. passive form of представлять
презик 〈prezik〉
etymology 1
noun: {{ru-noun}}
  1. diminutive of презерватив
etymology 2
noun: {{ru-noun}}
  1. (pejorative) diminutive of президент
привет 〈privet〉 etymology From orv привѣтъ 〈privѣtʺ〉, from Proto-Slavic . pronunciation
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interjection: {{head}}
  1. (informal) hello
Synonyms: здра́вствуй 〈zdrávstvuj〉, здра́вствуйте 〈zdrávstvujte〉, здоро́во 〈zdoróvo〉
related terms:
  • обет
  • ответ
  • приветствие
  • приветствовать
  • совет
noun: {{ru-noun}}
  1. a greeting, a hello
приветик 〈privetik〉 etymology Diminutive of приве́т 〈privét〉.
interjection: {{head}}
  1. (informal) hi, hey
прикалываться 〈prikalyvatʹsâ〉 pronunciation
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verb: {{ru-verb}}
  1. (colloquial) to joke around; to tease; to pull someone's leg exampleХва́тит прика́лываться надо мно́й! 〈Hvátit prikályvatʹsâ nado mnój!〉 Stop joking at my expense, stop mucking around!
  2. passive form of прика́лывать
прикладывать 〈prikladyvatʹ〉 pronunciation
  • /prʲɪˈkladɨvətʲ/
verb: {{ru-verb}}
  1. to put, apply прикла́дывать часы́ к у́ху — to put a watch to one's ear прикла́дывать ру́ку к козырьку́ — to put one's hand to the peak of one's cap, salute прикла́дывать уси́лие — to attach a seal прикла́дывать ру́ку - 1) to sign, fix one's signature 2) take a hand (in), put one's hand, to have a finger in the pie
  2. to add, enclose, join
  3. to apply, use прикла́дывать уси́лие — to apply an effort прикла́дывать зна́нияapply one's knowledge
  4. (colloquial) to smack, smite, whack
related terms:
  • класть
  • приклад
  • приложение
  • прикладываться
  • приложиться
прикол 〈prikol〉 pronunciation
  • /prʲɪˈkol/
interjection: {{head}} popular speech
  1. not bad!
Synonyms: ничего
noun: {{ru-noun}}
  1. (colloquial) joke "Вот э́то прико́л! Где ты откопа́л э́тот ста́рый граммофо́н?" 〈"Vot é́to prikól! Gde ty otkopál é́tot stáryj grammofón?"〉What a joke! Where did you dig up that old record player?
  2. (nautical) storage стоя́ть на прико́ле 〈stoấtʹ na prikóle〉to be laid up
related terms:
  • прикалывать, приколоть
  • прикалываться, приколоться
  • прикольный
  • приколист
Diminutive
  • прикольчик
прикольный 〈prikolʹnyj〉 pronunciation
  • /prʲɪˈkolʲnɨj/
adjective: (colloquial) {{ru-adj}}
  1. funny, amusing
  2. curious, odd
Synonyms: забавный, странный
antonyms:
  • скучный
related terms:
  • прикол, приколист
  • прикалывать, прикалываться
прикрывать 〈prikryvatʹ〉 pronunciation
  • /prʲɪkrɨˈvatʲ/
verb: {{ru-verb}}
  1. to cover, screen, close / shut softly
  2. to protect, shelter, cover, shield
  3. to cover up, conceal
  4. (colloquial) to liquidate, close down
related terms:
  • прикрыва́ться 〈prikryvátʹsâ〉, прикры́ться 〈prikrýtʹsâ〉
  • прикры́тие 〈prikrýtie〉
прикрыть 〈prikrytʹ〉 pronunciation
  • /prʲɪˈkrɨtʲ/
verb: {{ru-verb}}
  1. to cover, screen, close / shut softly
  2. to protect, shelter, cover, shield
  3. to cover up, conceal
  4. (colloquial) to liquidate, close down
related terms:
  • прикры́ться 〈prikrýtʹsâ〉, прикрыва́ться 〈prikryvátʹsâ〉
  • прикры́тие 〈prikrýtie〉
приложить 〈priložitʹ〉 pronunciation
  • /prʲɪlɐˈʐɨtʲ/
verb: {{ru-verb}}
  1. to put, apply приложи́ть часы́ к у́ху — to put a watch to one's ear приложи́ть ру́ку к козырьку́ — to put one's hand to the peak of one's cap, salute приложи́ть печа́ть — to attach a seal приложи́ть ру́ку - 1) to sign, fix one's signature 2) take a hand (in), put one's hand, to have a finger in the pie
  2. to add, enclose, join
  3. to apply, use приложи́ть уси́лие — to apply an effort приложи́ть зна́нияapply one's knowledge
  4. (colloquial) to smack, smite, whack
related terms:
  • класть
  • приклад
  • приложение
  • приложиться
  • прикладываться
пристать 〈pristatʹ〉 pronunciation
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verb: {{ru-verb}}
  1. to stick, adhere
  2. (colloquial) to bother, pester exampleприста́ть к челове́ку pristátʹ k čelovéku〉 to pester a person
related terms:
  • ста́ть 〈státʹ〉
пристраивать 〈pristraivatʹ〉 pronunciation
  • /prʲɪˈstraɪvətʲ/
verb: {{ru-verb}}
  1. (a building) to attach
  2. (colloquial) to settle, place, fix up
  3. (a military formation) to join up, form up
related terms:
  • пристраиваться, пристроиться
  • пристрой
  • пристройка
пристроить 〈pristroitʹ〉 pronunciation
  • /prʲɪˈstroɪtʲ/
verb: {{ru-verb}}
  1. (a building) to attach
3 (colloquial) to settle, place, fix up
  1. (a military formation) to join up, form up
related terms:
  • пристраиваться, пристроиться
  • пристрой
  • пристройка
приступ 〈pristup〉 pronunciation
  • /ˈprʲistʊp/
noun: {{ru-noun}}
  1. assault, onset, onslaught, storm
  2. fit, attack
  3. (colloquial) access
Synonyms: штурм, атака, припадок, доступ, подступ
related terms:
  • приступать, приступить
приступок 〈pristupok〉 pronunciation
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noun: {{ru-noun}}
  1. (colloquial) foothold
Synonyms: присту́пка 〈pristúpka〉
пробирать 〈probiratʹ〉 pronunciation
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verb: {{ru-verb}}
  1. (colloquial) to feel strong coldness of the air or wind
  2. to scold
related terms:
  • пробира́ться 〈probirátʹsâ〉
пробка 〈probka〉 pronunciation
  • /ˈpropkə/
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noun: {{ru-noun}}
  1. plug
  2. cork
  3. congestion
  4. traffic jam
  5. (colloquial) fuse (device preventing overloading of a circuit)
Synonyms: затор
related terms:
  • пробочник, пробочница
  • пробковый, пробочный
провинность 〈provinnostʹ〉 etymology From провиниться 〈provinitʹsâ〉 + ность 〈nostʹ〉. pronunciation
  • /prɐˈvʲinːəsʲtʲ/
noun: {{ru-noun}}
  1. (colloquial) fault, offence, misconduct, misdeed, misdemeanour
Synonyms: вина, проступок
проворить 〈provoritʹ〉 pronunciation
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verb: {{ru-verb}}
  1. (colloquial, rare) to do multiple or cumbersome tasks very quickly
related terms:
  • прово́рный 〈provórnyj〉
прожект 〈prožekt〉 etymology From French projet
noun: {{ru-noun}}
  1. (dated) project (same as проект 〈proekt〉, the modern term)
  2. (colloquial) plan(s) for the future (usually plural)
прокол 〈prokol〉 pronunciation
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noun: {{ru-noun}}
  1. puncture, pinhole
  2. (colloquial) blunder, boner, goof, failure, washout
related terms:
  • прокалывать, проколоть, прокалываться, проколоться
промазать 〈promazatʹ〉 pronunciation
  • /prɐˈmazətʲ/
verb: {{ru-verb}}
  1. to smear, to plaster, to anoint, to grease, to oil (properly, thoroughly; deep into) (impf. - мазать)
  2. (colloquial) to miss (the target) (impf. - промазывать, мазать)
related terms:
  • промазывание
  • промазка
  • мазка
  • мазила
  • намазка
  • смазать
  • помазать
  • намазать
  • вымазать
  • замазать
  • измазать
  • перемазать
проносить 〈pronositʹ〉 pronunciation
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etymology 1
verb: {{ru-verb}}
  1. to carry something through something
  2. (colloquial, impersonal) to have a (bad) diarrhea, to suffer from a (bad) diarrhea
etymology 2
verb: {{ru-verb}}
  1. to carry, have exampleОна весь день проноси́ла эту буты́лку. 〈Ona vesʹ denʹ pronosíla étu butýlku.〉 She carried this bottle all day.
  2. to wear out
проработка 〈prorabotka〉 pronunciation
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noun: {{ru-noun}}
  1. (colloquial) study, examination exampleэкологическая проработка проекта environmental assessment of a project
  2. (colloquial) criticism, slating, talking-to, tongue-lashing exampleустроить кому-л суровую проработку give smb a good talking-to; tongue-lash smb
  3. work on the details, elaboration exampleпроработка плана elaboration [working out the details] of the plan exampleтщательная проработка складок одежды на картине elaborately/meticulously painted folds of garments in the picture
related terms:
  • прорабатывать, проработать
прослушивать 〈proslušivatʹ〉 pronunciation
  • /prɐˈsluʂɨvətʲ/
verb: {{ru-verb}}
  1. to hear, listen to
  2. (colloquial) to miss, not to catch (what was said) (actors, performers) to audition
  3. to tap, listen in
related terms:
  • прослушивание
простец 〈prostec〉 etymology From простой 〈prostoj〉 + ец 〈ec〉. pronunciation
  • /prɐsʲˈtʲet͡s/
noun: {{ru-noun}}
  1. (colloquial) simpleton
Synonyms: простак 〈prostak〉
проходимец 〈prohodimec〉 pronunciation
  • /prəxɐˈdʲimʲɪt͡s/
noun: {{ru-noun}}
  1. (colloquial, derogatory) rascal, rogue, scoundrel
прощай 〈proŝaj〉 {{phrasebook}}
interjection: {{head}}
  1. farewell, adieu, good-bye said to wish a fond farewell; good-bye (informal to one person)
verb: {{head}}
  1. Imperative informal singular of прощать 〈proŝatʹ〉
related terms:
  • прощайте 〈proŝajte〉 (formal or to a group of people)
прощайте 〈proŝajte〉 {{phrasebook}}
interjection: {{head}}
  1. farewell, adieu, good-bye said to wish a fond farewell; good-bye (formal or to a group of people)
verb: {{head}}
  1. Imperative plural or formal singular of прощать 〈proŝatʹ〉
related terms:
  • прощай 〈proŝaj〉 (informal to one person)
прям 〈prâm〉
adjective: {{head}}
  1. form of masculine singular short form
adverb: {{ru-adv}}
  1. (colloquial) alternative form of пря́мо
псих 〈psih〉 pronunciation
  • /psʲix/
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noun: {{ru-noun}}
  1. (pejorative, slang) psycho, lunatic, psychopath (a person who is psychotic or otherwise insane).
  2. (pejorative, slang) nut (a person who acts in a bizarre or dangerous manner).
Synonyms: нервнобольной, психопат
related terms:
  • психиатр, психушка
  • психический
  • психованный
  • психовать
психушка 〈psihuška〉 pronunciation
  • /psʲɪˈxuʂkə/
noun: {{ru-noun}}
  1. (informal) A mental hospital.
птица 〈ptica〉 etymology From Proto-Slavic *pъtica 〈*pʺtica〉. pronunciation
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noun: {{ru-noun}}
  1. bird exampleдома́шняя пти́ца poultry, fowl
Synonyms: пти́чка 〈ptíčka〉 (diminutive), птах 〈ptah〉 (dated), пта́ха 〈ptáha〉 (colloquial), пта́шка 〈ptáška〉
related terms:
  • пти́чий 〈ptíčij〉
пуд 〈pud〉 {{wikipedia}} etymology From Proto-Slavic *pǫdъ 〈*pǫdʺ〉, from ll pondo, from Classical pondus. pronunciation
  • /put/
noun: {{ru-noun}}
  1. pood (an obsolete Russian unit of mass equal to 40 фунт 〈funt〉, or 16.3804815 kg (36.1127 pound))
  2. pood (in modern kettlebell, rounded off to 16 kg (35.2739 pound))
  3. (slang) percent exampleсто пудов! hundred percent!
related terms:
  • пудовый 〈pudovyj〉, пудовой 〈pudovoj〉
descendants:
  • Mazanderani: پود 〈pwd〉, پوت 〈pwt〉
  • Persian: پود 〈pwd〉, پوت 〈pwt〉 (dialectal)
пузо 〈puzo〉 pronunciation
  • /ˈpuzə/
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noun: {{ru-noun}}
  1. (colloquial) belly
Synonyms: живо́т 〈živót〉, брю́хо 〈brû́ho〉
пузырь 〈puzyrʹ〉 etymology From пузо 〈puzo〉. pronunciation
  • /pʊˈzɨrʲ/
noun: {{ru-noun}}
  1. bubble
  2. (pathology) blister
  3. (anatomy) bladder
  4. (colloquial) bottle
related terms:
  • пузырёк
  • пузыриться
  • пузырчатый
пупсик 〈pupsik〉
noun: {{ru-noun}}
  1. diminutive of пупс doll (shaped as a small baby)
  2. (humorous, way of address) sweetie, cutie, cutie pie
пустельга 〈pustelʹga〉 {{wikipedia}} pronunciation
  • /pʊsʲtʲɪˈlʲɡa/
noun: {{ru-noun}}
  1. kestrel (any small falcon of genus Falco)
  2. (colloquial) shallow, frivolous person ({{g}})
пустомеля 〈pustomelâ〉 pronunciation
  • /pʊstɐˈmʲelʲə/
noun: {{ru-noun}}
  1. (colloquial) twaddler, babbler
пустыня 〈pustynâ〉 pronunciation
  • /pʊˈstɨnʲə/
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noun: {{ru-noun}}
  1. desert, wilderness
  2. (figuratively, colloquial) unpopulated area
related terms:
  • пустынник
  • пустынный
  • пустой
путана 〈putana〉 Alternative forms: путанка 〈putanka〉 etymology From Italian puttana. pronunciation
  • /pʊˈtanə/
noun: {{ru-noun}}
  1. (slang) prostitute
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