подвиг

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подвиг (podvigm

  1. feat

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Russian[edit]

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Etymology[edit]

Borrowed from Old Church Slavonic подвигъ (podvigŭ), a deverbal of подвигнѫти (podvignǫti)). Related to дви́нуть (dvínutʹ) and дви́гать (dvígatʹ).

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  • IPA(key): [ˈpodvʲɪk]
  • (file)

Noun[edit]

по́двиг (pódvigm inan (genitive по́двига, nominative plural по́двиги, genitive plural по́двигов)

  1. exploit, feat, heroic deed
  2. (dated) (difficult) labor, struggle
    • 1915, С. Л. Епифанович, Преподобный Максим Исповедник и византийское богословие :
      по́двиг мы́сленной брани в осо́бенности тру́ден
      pódvig mýslennoj brani v osóbennosti trúden
      the labor of mental struggle is especially difficult
  3. (archaic) motion, progress, advance
    • 1777, О. М. Радишевский, Устав ратных, пушечных и других дел, касающихся до воинской науки I.142:
      ядро подвигъ свой чинитъ дугою
      jadro podvig svoj činit dugoju
      the cannon ball moves along an arc

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Serbo-Croatian[edit]

Pronunciation[edit]

  • IPA(key): /pôdʋiːɡ/
  • Hyphenation: под‧виг

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по̏двӣг m (Latin spelling pȍdvīg)

  1. accomplishment, exploit, achievement

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Ukrainian[edit]

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Etymology[edit]

Borrowed from Old Church Slavonic подвигъ (podvigŭ), a deverbal of подвигнѫти (podvignǫti)).

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по́двиг (pódvyhm inan (genitive по́двигу, nominative plural по́двиги, genitive plural по́двигів)

  1. exploit, feat, heroic deed

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