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EtymologyEdit

Inherited from Old East Slavic тьрпѣти ‎(tĭrpěti), from Proto-Slavic *tьrpĕti.

PronunciationEdit

VerbEdit

терпе́ть ‎(terpétʹimpf ‎(perfective потерпе́ть)

  1. to endure, to suffer, to tolerate, to stand
    На́ша кома́нда те́рпит пораже́ние.
    Náša kománda térpit poražénije.
    Our team is being defeated [literally is suffering a defeat].
    Терпе́ть не могу́ э́того челове́ка!
    Terpétʹ ne mogú étovo čelovéka!
    I cannot stand that person!
  2. to undergo (a change, especially a negative one)

ConjugationEdit

Derived termsEdit

imperfective

  • терпре́ться ‎(terprétʹsja)
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  • претерпева́ть ‎(preterpevátʹ)
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perfective

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