де

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Bulgarian[edit]

Interjection[edit]

де (de)

  1. come on, an expression of encouragement

Usage notes[edit]

  • This particle always appears at the end of the sentence.

Chechen[edit]

Noun[edit]

де (die)

  1. day

Macedonian[edit]

Particle[edit]

де (de)

  1. A particle expressing nonchalance, used to emphasize that something is irrelevant, already known, or expected.
    - Си купив нови очила.
    - Знам де, ми се пофали веќе.
    - I have bought new glasses.
    - I know, you already boasted to me about it earlier."
    - Кога ќе ги сретнеме пак, ќе им се пожалиме.
    - Да де.
    - When we meet them again, we'll complain to them.
    - Yes, I know.
    Само се сопнав де - не е дека скршив нешто.
    I just tripped - it's not as if I fractured something.

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Russian[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Old Russian дѣеть (děetĭ, to say).

Particle[edit]

де (de)

  1. says (used informally to mark reported speech)
    Она-де не зна́лаShe says she didn’t know.
    Я-де сам винова́тThey say it’s my own fault.
    • 1876, князь Владимир Петрович Мещерский, Речи консерватора, Русскому дворянству
      И да не смущаетъ себя дворянинъ-помѣщикъ мыслiю, что если онъ одинъ себѣ скажетъ все эти здравыя мысли – толку не будетъ, а что-де надо надо многимъ собраться и эти мысли высказать общимъ собранiемъ.

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