фляга

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фляги

Etymology[edit]

Back-formation (as if it were a diminutive) from фля́жка (fljážka), older фляшка (fljaška), borrowed from a Germanic language, ultimately from Proto-Germanic *flaskǭ. Compare Old High German flasca (Modern German Flasche), English flask.

Pronunciation[edit]

Noun[edit]

фля́га (fljágaf inan

  1. canteen (water bottle)
  2. can (large cylindrical aluminum container with lid or cover, intended to hold liquids)

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