значи

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Bulgarian[edit]

Etymology[edit]

See зна́ча (znáča).

Pronunciation[edit]

Verb[edit]

зна́чи (znáčiimpf

  1. (impersonal) so, therefore (literally, "it means")
    врата́та е отклю́чена, зна́чи той тря́бва да е у дома́
    vratáta e otkljúčena, znáči toj trjábva da e u domá
    the door is unlocked, which means he must be home

Conjugation[edit]

Adverb[edit]

зна́чи (znáči) (no comparative)

  1. then (a filler word to emphasize a thought)
    ехе́, зна́чи било́ и́стина!
    ehé, znáči biló ístina!
    so, that means it was true!

Macedonian[edit]

Pronunciation[edit]

Adverb[edit]

значи (znači) (no comparative)

  1. so, thus, in other words
    Значи залудно сме мачеле досега.
    Znači zaludno sme mačele dosega.
    So we've been toiling in vain all along.
  2. An adverb of emphasis.
    Значи веќе не сакам да те гледам.
    Znači veḱe ne sakam da te gledam.
    I really don't want to see you again.

Usage notes[edit]

  • This word is often used to summarize previous information as well as introduce new topics, much like Italian allora.

Verb[edit]

значи (značiimpf

  1. (transitive) to mean, signify

Conjugation[edit]