свобода

BulgarianEdit

EtymologyEdit

From Proto-Slavic *svoboda (freedom).

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свобода́ (svobodáf

  1. freedom (not being imprisoned or enslaved)

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Old Church SlavonicEdit

EtymologyEdit

From Proto-Slavic *svoboda (freedom).

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свобода (svobodaf

  1. freedom

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Old East SlavicEdit

EtymologyEdit

From Proto-Slavic *svoboda (freedom).

NounEdit

свобода (svobodaf

  1. freedom

RussianEdit

EtymologyEdit

From Old East Slavic свобода́ (svobodá), from Proto-Slavic *svobodà (freedom).

PronunciationEdit

  • IPA(key): [svɐˈbodə]
  • (file)

NounEdit

свобо́да (svobódaf inan (genitive свобо́ды, nominative plural свобо́ды, genitive plural свобо́д)

  1. freedom, liberty
    Пока́ есть госуда́рство, нет свобо́ды. Когда́ бу́дет свобо́да, не бу́дет госуда́рства.
    Poká jestʹ gosudárstvo, net svobódy. Kogdá búdet svobóda, ne búdet gosudárstva.
    While the State exists, there can be no freedom. When there is freedom there will be no State. (Vladimir Ulyanov-Lenin)
    Свобо́да худо́жника в буржуа́зном о́бществеэ́то мни́мая свобо́да, зави́сящая от толщины́ де́нежного мешка́.
    Svobóda xudóžnika v buržuáznom óbščestve — éto mnímaja svobóda, zavísjaščaja ot tolščiný dénežnovo mešká.
    The freedom of the artist in bourgeois society is an imaginary freedom that depends on the thickness of the money bag.

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UkrainianEdit

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NounEdit

свобо́да (svobódaf inan (genitive свобо́ди, nominative plural свобо́ди, genitive plural свобо́д)

  1. freedom, liberty

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