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"Готовил" vs "приготовил" usage in emphasising time

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Why do Russians say that all men are billy goats (все мужики козлы)?

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The adjective "экономичный" to modify animate objects

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"клеветa в отношении чего-то" vs. "клеветa о чём-то"

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What is the Russian equivalent of 干物女 (dried fish woman)?

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"Крутой" and "жёсткий" as personality traits: Meanings and difference

3 votes

Expressing surprise (multiple variations of "I am lost for words")

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Words for "mow the lawn", "cut the grass"

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In saying "watch the aurora", how are "наблюдать за" and "наблюдать" nuanced?

1 vote

Word for "activity tracker" or "smart bracelet"

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Is there such an expression as "удача века"?

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"Oбнулить" и "настраивать на нуль"

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Flee: "бежать" or "сбежать"?

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Can you use the word "муть" in a conversation, or is it a profane word?

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Why is the imperfective used in Questions with—Что, Где, Когда, etc

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What does "куда мне звонить" mean?

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difference between "расскажите мне" and "скажите мне"

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Adjective gender for terms of endearment

3 votes

Can переспать be used to mean "oversleep"?

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The meaning of "отводная стрельня"

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What is the grammatical rationale for using the imperfective "рассыпа́ться" or the perfective "рассы́паться"?

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Usage of "рваться"

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"Апартаменты" or "квартира"

1 vote

"Худой" or "плохой"

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Difference of usage between ‘право, правда, and действительно’?

1 vote

Russian equivalents of the colloquial "What's the hold-up?"

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Choosing between "за" + instr. noun and imperfective verbal adverbs

1 vote

Nuances of meaning between "Если бы", "Вот бы", and "Вот если бы"

3 votes

Difference in meaning between "слышать, как ..." and "слышать, что ..."

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Russian equivalents of "I could've sworn ..."