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VerbEdit

сдать ‎(sdatʹpf ‎(imperfective сдава́ть)

  1. (transitive) deliver, hand in, hand over
    Учи́тель сказа́л сдать сочине́ния.‎ ― Učítelʹ skazál sdatʹ sočinénija. ― The teacher told us to turn in our compositions .
  2. (transitive) return, turn in
    сдать вещи в багаж‎ ― sdatʹ vešči v bagaž ― to check/register one's luggage
    сдать дела‎ ― sdatʹ dela ― to turn over one's duties
    сдать внаем‎ ― sdatʹ vnajem ― to let, to let out, to hire out
    сдать в аренду‎ ― sdatʹ v arendu ― to lease (out), to grant on lease (out), to rent (out)
  3. (transitive or intransitive) surrender, yield
    Проти́вник сдал го́род без бо́я.‎ ― Protívnik sdal górod bez bója. ― An enemy surrendered the town without fight.
  4. (transitive or intransitive, card games) deal
  5. (transitive or intransitive) take/pass, usually about an exam
    Пе́тька сдал экза́мен без осо́бых уси́лий.‎ ― Pétʹka sdal ekzámen bez osóbyx usílij. ― Peter passed the exam without much effort.
  6. be weakened, be in a reduced state
    Твой оте́ц совсе́м сдал.‎ ― Tvoj otéc sovsém sdal. ― Your father's health declined a lot.
  7. to move slowly (like while driving)
    Что́бы поверну́ть ну́жно бы́ло снача́ла сдать наза́д.‎ ― Štóby povernútʹ núžno býlo snačála sdatʹ nazád. ― In order to turn he should have first slowed down.

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