Russian

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Etymology

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за- (za-) +‎ -йти́ (-jtí)

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  • IPA(key): [zɐjˈtʲi]
  • IPA(key): [zɐjˈtʲːi] (phonetic respelling: зайдти́)
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Verb

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зайти́ (zajtípf (imperfective заходи́ть)

  1. to go (to see), to come in (to see, etc.), to call, to drop in
  2. to pick up, to fetch
  3. (nautical) to call at, to enter (a port)
  4. (nautical) to get, to advance
  5. (nautical) to pass, to draw out
  6. (aviation) to approach
  7. (military) to outflank
  8. (military) to turn, to disappear, to go behind
  9. (astronomy) to set
  10. (colloquial) to be well received

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Ukrainian

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Etymology

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From за- (za-) +‎ йти́ (jtý). Compare Russian зайти́ (zajtí), Belarusian зайсці́ (zajscí), Polish zajść.

Pronunciation

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  • IPA(key): [zɐi̯ˈtɪ]
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Verb

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зайти́ (zajtýpf (imperfective захо́дити) (intransitive)

  1. to come in, to go in, to enter
    зайти́ в глухи́й кутzajtý v hluxýj kutto enter a stalemate, to hit a dead end
  2. to call in, to drop in, to stop in (pay a short visit)
  3. to come and fetch, to drop by and pick up [+ за (instrumental)]
  4. to get in (manage to enter)
  5. (military) to go round, to outflank
  6. (aviation) to approach, to circle round, to come in (for landing)
  7. to go, to go in [+ за (accusative) = behind]
    Мі́сяць зайшо́в за хма́ру.Mísjacʹ zajšóv za xmáru.The moon has gone behind a cloud.
  8. (astronomy) to set (of a heavenly body, to disappear below the horizon of a planet, etc, as the latter rotates)
  9. (of seasons, times of day, phenomena, etc.) to come
  10. (third person only, figuratively, colloquial) to be filled [+instrumental = with]

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