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BelarusianEdit

AdverbEdit

раз (raz)

  1. once

NounEdit

раз (razm inanimate

  1. time (an instance or occurrence)

DeclensionEdit


RussianEdit

Alternative formsEdit

EtymologyEdit

Inherited from Old East Slavic разъ (razŭ, strike). Cognate to рази́ть (razítʹ), ре́зать (rézatʹ).

PronunciationEdit

  • IPA(key): [ras]
  • (file)
  • Rhymes: -as

NounEdit

раз (razm inan (genitive ра́за, nominative plural разы́, genitive plural раз)

  1. time (an instance or occurrence)
    два ра́заdva rázatwice
    ещё разješčó razonce more; one more time
    ни ра́зуni rázunot once; never
    не разne razrepeatedly
    как разkak razjust; just in time
  2. one (in counting)
    раз, два, три ... марш!raz, dva, tri ... marš!one, two, three ... go!
    раз, два, три, ого́нь!raz, dva, tri, ogónʹ!one, two, three, fire!

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AdverbEdit

раз (raz)

  1. (colloquial) once, one day, once upon a time
    Я ви́дел раз её в весёлом ви́хре ба́ла
    Ja vídel raz jejó v vesjólom víxre bála…
    I saw her once in the merry whirlwind of a ball… (M. Yu. Lermontov, Verse #145)

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ConjunctionEdit

раз (raz)

  1. (colloquial) since; as long as
    Сади́сь, раз пришёл.Sadísʹ, raz prišól.Sit down, as long as you’ve come.
    Раз он так сказа́л, зна́чит, так и бу́дет!Raz on tak skazál, znáčit, tak i búdet!Since he said so, this is how it’s going to be!

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UkrainianEdit

PronunciationEdit

NounEdit

раз (razm inan (genitive ра́зу, nominative plural рази́)

  1. an instance or occurrence
  2. a case occurring
  3. one, when counting things, or counting off

DeclensionEdit

See alsoEdit

AdverbEdit

раз (raz)

  1. once, one day, once upon a time

ConjunctionEdit

раз (raz)

  1. (colloquial) if; since; as long as

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