момент

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Bulgarian[edit]

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Borrowed from French moment or German Moment.

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моме́нт (moméntm

  1. moment, instant
    Synonym: миг (mig)
  2. moment (point in time)
    Synonym: миг (mig)
  3. aspect, feature

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Macedonian[edit]

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момент (momentm (related adjective моментален)

  1. moment

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Russian[edit]

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Derived from Latin mōmentum.

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  • IPA(key): [mɐˈmʲent]
  • (file)

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моме́нт (moméntm inan (genitive моме́нта, nominative plural моме́нты, genitive plural моме́нтов, related adjective момента́льный, diminutive моме́нтик)

  1. (time) moment
  2. (figuratively) point, detail, aspect
    В свое́й статье́ он подчеркну́л не́сколько ва́жных моме́нтов.V svojéj statʹjé on podčerknúl néskolʹko vážnyx moméntov.In his article, he emphasised several important points.
    Обрати́те внима́ние на два моме́нта.Obratíte vnimánije na dva moménta.Note two points.
  3. (physics) moment
    моме́нт си́лыmomént sílymoment of force
    моме́нт ине́рцииmomént inɛ́rciimoment of inertia
  4. (mathematics) moment

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Ukrainian[edit]

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моме́нт (moméntm inan (genitive моме́нту, nominative plural моме́нти, genitive plural моме́нтів)

  1. (time) moment, instant
  2. feature, aspect
  3. (physics) moment

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