единица

BulgarianEdit

EtymologyEdit

еди́н (edín) +‎ -ица (-ica)

PronunciationEdit

NounEdit

едини́ца (edinícaf

  1. one (the name of the numeral)
  2. unit
  3. (colloquial) anything numbered one (playing card, tram, bus, player with a jersey number 1 etc.)
  4. the school grade '1' (a grade equivalent to 'F', but specifically given for cheating)
  5. (plural only) few, not many

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MacedonianEdit

NounEdit

единица (edinicaf

  1. unit
  2. one (name of the number)

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RussianEdit

 
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EtymologyEdit

еди́ный (jedínyj) +‎ -и́ца (-íca)

PronunciationEdit

  • IPA(key): [(j)ɪdʲɪˈnʲit͡sə]
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NounEdit

едини́ца (jedinícaf inan (genitive едини́цы, nominative plural едини́цы, genitive plural едини́ц)

  1. (mathematics) one, unity (neutral element in multiplication)
  2. digit
  3. unit
    принима́ть за едини́цуprinimátʹ za jedinícuto take (something) as a unit
  4. very poor grade, very bad mark (school marking system uses numbers from one (very poor) to five (excellent))
  5. number one (e.g. bus, tram, trolleybus, etc.)
    сади́сь на едини́цуsadísʹ na jedinícutake number one
  6. (in the plural) (a) few

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