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Russian

Etymology

(déjat?) +‎ -?- (-e-) +‎ ? (pri?ástije)

Pronunciation

Noun

? o (dejepri?ástijen inan (genitive ?, nominative plural ?, genitive plural ?)

  1. (grammar) adverbial participle, gerund, verbal adverb
    «» -- ? ?
    Slóvo "?itája" -- éto dejepri?ástije nastojáevo vrémeni
    The word "" ("while reading") is a present adverbial participle (from ? (?itát?)).
    «» -- ? ?
    Slóvo "pro?itáv" -- éto dejepri?ástije pro?éd?evo vrémeni
    The word "" ("having read") is a past adverbial participle (from ? (?itát?).)

Declension

Derived terms

  • ?  n (dejepri?ástije nastojáevo vrémeni)
  • ? n (stradátel?noje pri?ástije)

See also


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