rád

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rád

  1. glad
    To jsem rád, že jsi přišel. — I'm glad you came.

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This indeclinable adjective can only be used predicatively, not attributively. Like glad, it expresses a propositional attitude.

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Adverb[edit]

rád (comparative raději, superlative nejraději)

  1. like to
    • 1920, Karel Čapek, R.U.R.:
      Domin: Rád bych věděl, nač čekají. Musí to začít každou minutu. My jsme dohráli, Galle.
      Domin: I'd like to know what they are waiting for. It must begin soon. We are done, Gall.

Usage notes[edit]

  • This adverb is used with a verb describing an activity to show that the subject likes, liked, will or would like to execute that activity.
    Rád zpíval. - He liked singing.
    Raději se předvádí. - She likes better to show off.
    Ráda nám pomůže. - She'll be glad to help us.
    Co bych udělal nejraději? - What would I like to do best?

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Hungarian[edit]

Pronunciation[edit]

  • IPA(key): /ˈraːd/
  • Hyphenation: rád

Pronoun[edit]

rád

  1. on you, of you, you (singular, informal)
    Nem szórja rád a homokot. - He will not throw sand on you.
    Gondol néha rád? - Does she ever think of you?
    Senki sem emlékszik rád. - No one remembers you.

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