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As another native Russian, I agree with previous contributors. You use “bleen” (блин) instead of “blyad” (блядь), if you don’t want to swear. There is nothing in common between the two words, other than the first two letters. “Bleen” is an inoffensive euphemistic substitute for “blyad”, meaning to express disappointment or frustration. It is like saying “...


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