полтора

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Russian[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From пол- (pol-, half) + второ́й (vtorój, second), from Proto-Slavic *роlъ vъtora (half of the second). Cognate to Polish półtora.

Pronunciation[edit]

  • IPA(key): [pəltɐˈra]
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Numeral[edit]

полтора́ (poltorám or n, полторы́ f (poltorý)

  1. one and a half (1½), sesqui-
    полтора́ рубля́poltorá rubljá1.5 roubles
    полторы́ мину́тыpoltorý minúty1.5 minutes
    из полу́тора рубле́йiz polútora rubléjfrom 1.5 roubles
    к полу́тора рубля́мk polútora rubljámto 1.5 roubles
    с полу́тора рубля́миs polútora rubljámiwith 1.5 roubles
    о полу́тора рубля́хo polútora rubljáxconcerning 1.5 roubles

Usage notes[edit]

In the nominative and accusative, this number governs the genitive singular of the noun. In all of the other cases, it governs the plural of the noun.

Declension[edit]

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