See also: Vam, VAm, VAM, V.Am., VAM., Vam., VAm., vám, -vam, and вам

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vam

  1. (auxiliary, with infinitive) first-person plural indicative form of anar
    Vam esperar dues hores.We waited two hours.

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vam m (plural vams)

  1. vadm; Abbreviation of vice-amiral.

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vice-amiral

OccitanEdit

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  • IPA(key): /bam/
  • (file)

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vam m (uncountable)

  1. momentum

PortugueseEdit

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vam

  1. Obsolete spelling of vão

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vam (Cyrillic spelling вам)

  1. you (clitic dative plural of (you))
    Dao bih vam rješenje da ga imam.
    I'd give you a solution if I had it.
  2. (emphatic, possessive, dative) your, of yours (clitic dative plural of (you))
    Želite još?! Gdje vam je granica?!You want more? Where's your limit?!
    Gdje vam je auto?Where is your car?
  3. (emphatic, formal) Used to reinforce a statement that is thought to be of interest to the listener, usually referring to oneself or third parties.
    Ja vam radim i vikendom.I work on the weekends as well.
    On vam se odselio još davno.He moved away a long time ago.

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SloveneEdit

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vàm

  1. dative of vi

VolapükEdit

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vam (uncountable vams)

  1. warmth

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