оцет

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Bulgarian[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Proto-Slavic *ocьtъ, from Latin асētum. Cognate with Russian о́цет (ócet), Serbo-Croatian о̀цат/òcat, archaic Slovene ocet, Slovak ocot.

Noun[edit]

оцет (océtm

  1. vinegar

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Macedonian[edit]

Noun[edit]

оцет (ocetm

  1. vinegar

Russian[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Proto-Slavic *ocьtъ, from Latin асētum. Cognate with Bulgarian оцет (ocet), Serbo-Croatian о̀цат/òcat, archaic Slovene ocet, Slovak ocot.

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Noun[edit]

о́цет (ócetm inan (genitive о́цта, nominative plural о́цты, genitive plural о́цтов)

  1. (archaic, Biblical expression) vinegar
    напоять о́цтом и же́лчьюnapojatʹ óctom i žélčʹjuto bring suffering

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