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чино́вник (činóvnikm (feminine чино́вница)

  1. official, functionary

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Macedonian

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чиновник (činovnikm (plural чиновници, feminine чиновничка, relational adjective чиновнички, diminutive чиновниче)

  1. official, functionary, bureaucrat

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Russian

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  • IPA(key): [t͡ɕɪˈnovnʲɪk]
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чино́вник (činóvnikm anim (genitive чино́вника, nominative plural чино́вники, genitive plural чино́вников, feminine чино́вница, relational adjective чино́вничий)

  1. official, functionary, bureaucrat
    высокопоста́вленный чино́вникvysokopostávlennyj činóvnika high-ranking official

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чино́вник (činóvnikm inan (genitive чино́вника, nominative plural чино́вники, genitive plural чино́вников)

  1. (dated, religion) book on episcopal missals

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Serbo-Croatian

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Etymology

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Borrowed from Russian чино́вникъ (činóvnik) (modern spelling чино́вник (činóvnik)).

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  • IPA(key): /t͡ʃinǒʋniːk/
  • Hyphenation: чин‧ов‧ник

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чино̀внӣк m (Latin spelling činòvnīk, feminine чино̀вница)

  1. clerk

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Ukrainian

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чино́вник (čynóvnykm pers (genitive чино́вника, nominative plural чино́вники, genitive plural чино́вників, feminine чино́вниця, relational adjective чино́вницький)

  1. official, functionary, bureaucrat
    Synonym: урядо́вець (urjadóvecʹ)

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