апарат

BulgarianEdit

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апара́т (aparátm

  1. apparatus, mechanism (entirety of means)
    Synonyms: апаратура (aparatura), механизъм (mehanizǎm)
  2. apparatus, appliance, instrument, machine, device (complex machine)
    Synonyms: уред (ured), прибор (pribor), устройство (ustrojstvo), машина (mašina), инструмент (instrument)
  3. (anatomy) apparatus, organs, system (a group of anatomical or cytological parts functioning together)
    апарат на Голджиaparat na GoldžiGolgi apparatus
  4. apparatus, machine (the group that controls a political or similar organization)

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MacedonianEdit

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апарат (aparatm (diminutive апаратче)

  1. apparatus
  2. camera

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Serbo-CroatianEdit

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апа̀ра̄т m (Latin spelling apàrāt)

  1. apparatus

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UkrainianEdit

 
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EtymologyEdit

Borrowed from German Apparat, from Latin apparātus. Compare Russian аппара́т (apparát).

PronunciationEdit

  • IPA(key): [ɐpɐˈrat]
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NounEdit

апара́т (aparátm inan (genitive апара́та or апара́ту, nominative plural апара́ти, genitive plural апара́тів)

  1. (countable) apparatus, device, machine, mechanism
    Synonyms: механі́зм m (mexanízm), при́лад m (prýlad), при́стрій m (prýstrij)
    автоно́мний ди́хальний апара́тavtonómnyj dýxalʹnyj aparátself-contained breathing apparatus
  2. (uncountable) apparatus (bureaucratic organization)
    держа́вний апара́тderžávnyj aparátstate apparatus
  3. (uncountable, physiology) apparatus, organs, system (set of anatomical or cytological parts functioning together)

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