Russian word of the day
From Monday to Friday, we publish Russian words for you to learn. Here are the most recent ones:
Mar 31, 2023
to (try to) get, to obtain, to achieve, to reach; to secure; to strive for; to seek after
Mar 30, 2023
Mar 29, 2023
to upset; to frustrate, to derange, to disrupt
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Having started in 2017, today we have 1861 Russian words divided into 62 categories.