резать

RussianEdit

Alternative formsEdit

EtymologyEdit

From Old East Slavic рѣзати (rězati), from Proto-Slavic *rězati. Cognate with Old Church Slavonic рѣзати (rězati), Ukrainian різати (rizaty), Bulgarian режа (reža), Serbo-Croatian резати, Slovene rezati, Czech řezat, Slovak rezať, Polish rzezać, Upper Sorbian rězać, Lower Sorbian rězaś, and Ancient Greek ῥήγνυμι (rhḗgnumi).

PronunciationEdit

  • IPA(key): [ˈrʲezətʲ]
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VerbEdit

ре́зать (rézatʹimpf (perfective поре́зать or разре́зать or заре́зать or сре́зать)

  1. to cut up, to cut open, to slice, to carve
    Perfective: разре́зать (razrézatʹ)
  2. to slaughter, to knife, to kill
    Perfective: заре́зать (zarézatʹ)
  3. (on wood or metal) to carve, to cut, to engrave
  4. to cut off, to slice, to chop
    Perfective: сре́зать (srézatʹ)
  5. (on a test) to give a failing grade
    Perfective: сре́зать (srézatʹ)
  6. (cause pain) to hurt, to cut into
  7. (colloquial) to operate, to cut open
  8. to irritate, to offend (eyes), to grate on (ears)
  9. (nautical) to pass close, to shave
  10. to speak bluntly

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intransitive

perfective