Calling names in Russian
Learn to call people names in Russian: ever wondered how to call somebody a slowpoke, glutton, crybaby? Learn these Russian words in our category “Calling names in Russian”.
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Они́ проигра́ли матч, потому́ что их напада́ющий - мази́ла, а у вратаря́ руки́ не из того́ ме́ста расту́т.
a-née pra-eeg-rá-lee match, pa-ta-mú chto eeh na-pa-dá-yu-scheeî - ma-zée-la, a u vra-ta-ryá rú-kee nye ees ta-vó myés-ta ras-tút
They lost the match because their striker is a muff and their goalkeeper's arms are growing out of the wrong place.
hard worker; plodder; blue-collar worker
homebody, stay-at-home, homester
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