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RussianEdit

EtymologyEdit

From Proto-Slavic *klasti; compare Old Church Slavonic класти (klasti) (first singular кладѫ (kladǫ)), Ukrainian класти (klasty), Belarusian класці́ (klascí), Serbo-Croatian кла̏сти (first singular кла́де̄м), Slovene klásti (first singular kládem), Czech klást (first singular kladu), Slovak klаsť, Polish kłaść (first singular kładę). More distantly cognate with Lithuanian klóti (to lay, to cover) (first singular klóju), Latvian klât (to cover) (first singular klâju), Gothic *𐌷𐌻𐌰𐌸𐌰𐌽 (*hlaþan, to load), English lade, Old High German hladan (to load), German laden (to load). Not cognate with English load.

PronunciationEdit

  • IPA(key): [klasʲtʲ]
  • (file)

VerbEdit

класть (klastʹimpf (perfective положи́ть or сложи́ть)

  1. to put, to lay, to lay down, to deposit
    Perfectives: положи́ть (položítʹ), сложи́ть (složítʹ)
  2. to apply
    Perfective: положи́ть (položítʹ)
  3. to spend
    Perfective: положи́ть (položítʹ)
  4. to erect
    Perfective: сложи́ть (složítʹ)

ConjugationEdit

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Usage notesEdit

  • The imperfective form "ложи́ть" (without any prefixes and reflexive suffixes) is considered non-standard.