n. brilliance, brightness; magnificence, splendor; lustre, gloss; also. цӀапӀрапӀ.
ХЪХЬУН v. reform; better; right; straighten.
ХЬУН v. encounter, meet; be found; see.
n. racism, racialism, ethnocentrism.
n. racist, racialist, bigot.
n. schedule, timetable; timing; syllabus; table.
n. note, chit; voucher; script; release; acquittance; acknowledgement.
adj. fair, blond.
adj. auburn, chestnut-colored (of hair); gingery, reddish brown; sandy, red-headed.
(-из, -на, -а) 1) v. repair, fix, mend, correct a problem or malfunction; sharpen; execute, carry out; impede; 2) v
n. expense; expenditure, outlay (especially financial); consumption; rate; span.
n. accounting; calculation, computation; design; valuation, estimate.
(ратӀра, ратӀра, ратӀар) n. barnyard, barn.
рад. РАТУНИ рад. РАТӀАР рат. РАТӀРА рат.
1) n. handling, usage, treatment; deal; address; quarter 2) n. relations, connections between people or groups; contact, liaison, communication; perti
1) n. relation, pertinence; attitude, sentiment; concern, regard; quotient; rate, ratio; 2) n. relations, connections between people or groups; contac
(-из, -на, -а) 1) v. despatch, ship off, launch; refer; relegate; 2) adv. extra, additionally. РАХУН (-аз, -на, рахух) 1
n. mock, scorn, ridicule, mockery. РАЦИОНАЛИЗАТОР n. rationalizer; innovator. РАЦӀАМ also. рцӀам.
adj. yellow; xanthous; jaundiced, yellowed as if from jaundice.
also. ряят. РГАЗ ругун ӀӀ. РГАНА ругун ӀӀ.
n. chemical agent, chemical substance; reagent, substance used to detect or measure another substance or to convert one substance into another by chem
n. reactivity, quality of being reactive, responsiveness; reactance, opposition to the flow of an alternating current (Electricity)
adj. reactive; rocket, missile; idle.
n. reactor, vessel in which chemical reactions take place; reactance, opposition to the flow of an alternating current (Electricity)
n. realism; reality, state of being real.
n. revisionism, practice of reconsidering long-standing policies and beliefs; anti-Marxist movement which stresses evolution and reform over revolutio
n. revisionist, one who advocates the reform of long-standing policies and beliefs; member of an anti-Marxist movement which stresses evolution and re
n. audit, examination of financial accounts; checkup, comprehensive examination; revision, act of making corrections
n. revolutionary, revolutionist, one who attempts to overthrow a government or authority, one who takes part in a revolution
n. registration, enrollment, act of registering; registry, office where registrations are recorded; memory
n. regulations, rules; order; time limit.
регулировать авун v. regulate, control, govern; adjust, modify; moderate, temper; rate.