адвокат

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Bulgarian[edit]

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Borrowed from German Advokat and Russian адвока́т (advokát), from Latin advocātus, passive perfect participle of advocō (call, summon).

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адвока́т (advokátm (feminine адвока́тка, related adjective адвока́тски)

  1. male lawyer, advocate, attorney, counsel, pleader, barrister, solicitor

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Macedonian[edit]

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  • IPA(key): [advɔˈkat]
  • (file)

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адвокат (advokatm (feminine адвокатка, related adjective адвокатски)

  1. lawyer

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Russian[edit]

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адвока́т (advokátm anim (genitive адвока́та, nominative plural адвока́ты, genitive plural адвока́тов, related adjective адвока́тский, pejorative адвока́тишка)

  1. lawyer, attorney, barrister, solicitor, advocate
    Synonym: юри́ст (juríst)

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  • Azerbaijani: advokat

Serbo-Croatian[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Latin advocātus.

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  • IPA(key): /adʋǒkaːt/
  • Hyphenation: ад‧во‧кат

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адво̀ка̄т m (Latin spelling advòkāt)

  1. advocate, attorney, lawyer
  2. (expressively) lawyer
  3. (colloquial) a defender in a quarrel

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Other scripts
Cyrillic
Zamanälif advokat
Jaŋalif
Yaña imlâ

Noun[edit]

адвокат (adwoqat)

  1. lawyer

Ukrainian[edit]

Ukrainian Wikipedia has an article on:
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Etymology[edit]

Borrowed from German Advokat, from Latin advocātus. Compare with Russian адвока́т (advokát), Belarusian адвака́т (advakát), Polish adwokat. Doublet of війт (vijt).

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адвока́т (advokátm pers (genitive адвока́та, nominative plural адвока́ти, genitive plural адвока́тів)

  1. lawyer

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