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EtymologyEdit

From Polish mundur, from German Montur, from French monture (see there for more) and perhaps influenced by “mondiren”, an earlier form of the German verb montieren

PronunciationEdit

  • IPA(key): [mʊnʲˈdʲir]
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NounEdit

мунди́р (mundírm inan (genitive мунди́ра, nominative plural мунди́ры, genitive plural мунди́ров)

  1. (military) uniform
    карто́фель/карто́шка в мунди́реkartófelʹ/kartóška v mundíre(young) potatoes in their jackets / skin

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