барин

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ба́рин ‎(bárinm anim ‎(genitive ба́рина, nominative plural ба́ре, genitive plural бар, feminine ба́рыня)

  1. (historical) boyar, barin, nobleman, gentleman, landlord (a rank of aristocracy in Russia)
    хозя́ин — барин (idiom)‎ ― xozjáin — barin (idiom) ― it's up to you, your choice, you're the boss.
  2. (archaic) a form of address to noble people, sir, master
  3. a person who doesn't want to work
    сиде́ть ба́рином; сиде́ть как ба́рин‎ ― sidétʹ bárinom; sidétʹ kak bárin ― to sit around like royalty

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