мина

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EtymologyEdit

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NounEdit

мина (mina)

  1. house (the building)

BulgarianEdit

PronunciationEdit

Etymology 1Edit

Inherited from Proto-Slavic *minǫti.

VerbEdit

ми́на (mínapf (imperfective мина́вам)

  1. to pass by, to elapse (of time)
  2. to pass by, to go past [+ покра́й (location)] or [+ през (location)] or [+ по (location)]
  3. to pass through, to cross [+location/barrier] or [+ през (location/barrier)]
  4. to stop by
  5. to pass, to move (from one location or state to another)
  6. to change hands, to pass (to someone else; of property)
  7. to pass (a certain age)
  8. (intransitive) to pass, to end (e.g. of a disease)
  9. to be considered [+ за (object) = as]
  10. (colloquial) to repeat (an action several times)
  11. (figuratively, slang) to deceive, to cheat
  12. (reflexive, slang) (~ се) to get cheated
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Etymology 2Edit

Borrowed from German Mine, from French mine.

NounEdit

ми́на (mínaf

  1. mine (underground pit where ore is dug)
  2. graphite filler (for an automatic pencil)
DeclensionEdit

Etymology 3Edit

Borrowed from French mine.

NounEdit

ми́на (mínaf (military)

  1. mine (explosive device)
  2. shell (explosive projectile)
  3. torpedo
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Etymology 4Edit

Borrowed from French mine or Russian ми́на (mína).

NounEdit

ми́на (mínaf

  1. (archaic or literary) grimace
DeclensionEdit

Etymology 5Edit

Borrowed from Latin mina, from Ancient Greek μνᾶ (mnâ, mna).

NounEdit

ми́на (mínaf

  1. (historical) mina (monetary unit and unit of weight in ancient Greece)
DeclensionEdit

KazakhEdit

Cyrillic мина (mina)
Arabic مينا
Latin
 
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EtymologyEdit

Borrowed from Russian ми́на (mína), from German Mine.

NounEdit

мина (mina)

  1. (military) mine (explosive device)

DeclensionEdit


MacedonianEdit

PronunciationEdit

NounEdit

мина (minaf (related adjective мински)

  1. (military) mine (explosive device)

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Mariupol GreekEdit

NounEdit

ми́на (mína?

  1. month

MongolianEdit

NounEdit

мина (mina)

  1. (military) mine (explosive device)
    мина тавихmina tavihto lay/plant mines
    мина дэлбэлэхmina delbelehto spring a mine

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RussianEdit

 
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Противотанковая мина
 
Мина для 120-мм миномёта

PronunciationEdit

  • IPA(key): [ˈmʲinə]
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Etymology 1Edit

Borrowed from German Mine.

NounEdit

ми́на (mínaf inan (genitive ми́ны, nominative plural ми́ны, genitive plural мин, related adjective ми́нный)

  1. (military) mine (explosive device)
  2. (military) mortar round
    Synonym: (formal) артиллери́йская ми́на (artilleríjskaja mína)
  3. (obsolete, military) torpedo
    Synonym: (modern usage) торпе́да (torpéda)
  4. (historical, military) mine (underground tunnel packed with explosives)
    Synonym: подко́п (podkóp)
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DescendantsEdit
  • Armenian: մինա (mina)

Etymology 2Edit

Borrowed from French mine.

NounEdit

ми́на (mínaf inan (genitive ми́ны, nominative plural ми́ны, genitive plural мин)

  1. a grimace, a face (a facial expression—often an unhappy or unpleasant one)
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