See also: вялить

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PronunciationEdit

VerbEdit

вали́ть ‎(valítʹimpf ‎(perfective повали́ть or свали́ть or завали́ть)

  1. to knock down, to kill (e.g. of a disease killing people or animals)
    Уста́лость меня́ про́сто ва́лит (с ног).
    Ustálostʹ menjá prósto válit (s nog).
    The fatigue is simply knocking me down.
  2. (colloquial) to heap up (transitive)
    Не на́до вали́ть всё в одну́ ку́чу.
    Ne nádo valítʹ vsjó v odnú kúču.
    No need to lump everything together.
  3. to cut, to fell (trees), make someone fall, throw down (on the ground), pf - повали́ть(povalítʹ), свали́ть(svalítʹ)
  4. (colloquial) to push the blame or responsibility on someone else
    Не вали́ на друго́го, если сам винова́т.
    Ne valí na drugóvo, jesli sam vinovát.
    Don't blame the other guy, if it's your own fault.

ConjugationEdit

VerbEdit

вали́ть ‎(valítʹimpf ‎(perfective повали́ть or свали́ть or вальну́ть)

  1. to go, move or come in great numbers (e.g. of people)
    Наро́д ва́лит (то́лпами) на но́вый фильм.
    Naród válit (tólpami) na nóvyj filʹm.
    People are coming in hordes to the new film.
  2. to fall heavily (e.g. of snow)
  3. to belch
  4. (colloquial) to go away, to scram, pfсвали́ть(svalítʹ)
    Он по́нял, что пора́ вали́ть из страны́.
    On pónjal, što porá valítʹ iz straný.
    He understood that it was time to get the heck out of the country.

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Derived termsEdit

  • NOTE: Some of the following imperfectives also correspond to derivatives of валя́ть(valjátʹ).

Imperfective

Perfective

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