How to say 

"Buy" in Russian

Russian word of the day | Jul 04, 2017 (see all)
купи́ть
[ ku-péet' ]
Verb , perfective
Often used with the Accusative, Dative cases
Imperfective - покупа́ть (see below)
to buy, to purchase

The imperfective aspect

покупа́ть [pa-ku-pát'] Verb
to buy, to purchase

Examples of "Buy" in Russian

  • Смотри́, что я купи́ла!

    smat-rée chto ya ku-pée-la

    Look what I bought!

  • Я в магази́н, тебе́ что-нибу́дь купи́ть?

    ya v ma-ga-zéen, tee-byé chto-nee-but' ku-péet'

    I'm off to the store, do you need anything (do you want me to buy anything for you)?

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