свести

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свести (svestipf

  1. (transitive) to wake an unconscious person

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с- (s-) +‎ вести́ (vestí)

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свести́ (svestípf (imperfective своди́ть)

  1. to lead, to take (from somewhere)
    глаз не свести́ с кого́-нибудьglaz ne svestí s kovó-nibudʹnot to take one's eyes off someone
    свести́ кого́-нибудь в моги́луsvestí kovó-nibudʹ v mogíluto bring somebody to his grave
    свести́ с ума́svestí s umáto drive crazy (literally, “to lead from (one's) mind”)
  2. to bring together, to throw together
    свести́ концы́ с конца́миsvestí koncý s koncámito make both ends meet (literally, “to bring together ends with ends”)
    свести́ дру́жбу с ке́м-нибудьsvestí drúžbu s kém-nibudʹto make friends with someone (literally, “to bring together friendship with someone”)
  3. to reduce (to), bring (to)
    свести́ счёты с ке́м-нибудьsvestí sčóty s kém-nibudʹto settle a score with someone, to square accounts with someone
    свести́ разгово́р на что́-нибудьsvestí razgovór na štó-nibudʹto lead the conversation to something
    свести́ на нет, свести́ к нулю́svestí na net, svestí k nuljúto bring to nothing, to reduce to zero, to cancel, to invalidate
    свести́ к шу́ткеsvestí k šútketo turn into a joke
  4. to remove
  5. to trace (a picture)

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Serbo-Croatian[edit]

Etymology 1[edit]

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  • IPA(key): /sʋêsti/
  • Hyphenation: све‧сти

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све̏сти pf (Latin spelling svȅsti)

  1. (transitive) to drive (down), haul (transport something by driving)
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Pronunciation[edit]

  • IPA(key): /sʋêsti/
  • Hyphenation: све‧сти

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све̏сти pf (Latin spelling svȅsti)

  1. (transitive) to reduce
  2. (reflexive) to boil down
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