абитура

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Back-formation from абитурие́нт (abiturijént, abituriént). with final -a by analogy with other nouns ending in -тура (-tura). Compare German Abitur.

Compare also collective suffixes -я́та (-játa) (e.g. ребя́та (rebjáta)), -ота́ (-otá) (e.g. школота (školota), гопота (gopota)).

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абиту́ра (abitúraf inan (genitive абиту́ры, uncountable)

  1. (colloquial) Collective form of абитуриент (abiturijent).
  2. (colloquial) Time spent taking university entrance examinations
    На абиту́ре нас посели́ли в друго́м общежи́тии.
    Na abitúre nas poselíli v drugóm obščežítii.
    We were put in different university halls for the entrance exam period.

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