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Russian

Pronunciation

Etymology 1

- (na-) +‎ ? (vjazát?)

Verb

o (navjazát?pf (imperfective ? or )

  1. to tie (on), to fasten (to)
  2. to make (a number of), to knit
    - navjazát? uzlóv - to make a lot of knots
    ? - navjazát? noskóv - to knit a lot of socks
  3. to impose (on), to thrust (on), to foist (off) (on)
    - navjazát? svojú vólju - to impose/dictate one's will (on)
    - prodavéc navjazál jej neisprávnyj agregát - the salesman foisted (off) the faulty machine on her
Conjugation
Synonyms
  • (fasten): ? (privjazát?)
  • (knit): (ponavjazát?)
Antonyms
  • (fasten): (otvjazát?)
  • (knit): ? (rasputít?)

Related terms

  • (navjáz?ivyj)

Etymology 2

? (navjáznut?) +‎ -? (-át?)

Verb

o (navjazát?impf (perfective ?)

  1. (intransitive) to stick, to get stuck
Conjugation

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