rus, rus tili, rus kishisi yoki ayoliruslarga oid
Noun(1) a native or inhabitant of Russia(2) the Slavic language that is the official language of Russia
Adjective(1) of or pertaining to or characteristic of Russia or its people or culture or language
(1) I haven't bothered with the Russian language versions on their album but the English ones are very catchy.(2) It handles the above languages plus Russian , Chinese, Japanese and Korean.(3) He speaks Russian as his native language.(4) In the 17th century the advancing Russians adopted pelnan, eventually Russianizing the pronunciation to pel'meni, and pel'meni in chicken broth is now a classic Russian dish.(5) In post-Soviet Russia, these reinterpretations are registers of how Russians are Russianizing what the United States exports to them at every level of culture.(6) Arsinoe's Greek nature, which, unlike Fiodor's Russianness , had seemed somewhat arbitrary, becomes necessary.(7) Their very Russianness , their sense of their own self-defeating contradictions, brings despair with it.(8) Pupils have already completed work that will be sent to Russian counterparts and he has enrolled on an on-line Russian language course.(9) The official language is Estonian, with Russian also widely spoken.(10) He is not partisan and dealt equally with the callousness of the Chechen fighters and that of the Russians .(11) How can one butcher the Russian language in such a way?(12) It was not so easy for the Russians in Chechnya after the invasion of the Russian army.(13) what's the Russian for 'food'?(14) The US government-funded station Radio Liberty beams programmes in the Chechen and Russian languages into the republic.(15) He married a French citizen, who was a Russian by descent, and was given permission to go off and live in Paris, which he did while still representing the Soviet Union at chess.(16) World class sites were developed in English, Arabic, Chinese, Hindi, Persian, Portuguese, Russian , Spanish and Urdu.
1. Russian ::
Different Formsrussian, russians
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I see your RUSSIAN Orthodox beard,
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I brought the RUSSIAN guy in, Inspector.
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Are those RUSSIAN rockets safe?
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lonely RUSSIAN cosmonaut
who is expert at physics
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