секунда

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From Russian секу́нда (sekúnda).

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секунда (sekunda)

  1. second (unit of time)

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секунда (sekundaf

  1. second (time)

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секу́нда (sekúndaf inan (genitive секу́нды, nominative plural секу́нды, genitive plural секу́нд)

  1. A second (unit of time)
    високо́сная секу́нда, секу́нда координа́цииvisokósnaja sekúnda, sekúnda koordináciileap second
    Не ду́май о секу́ндах свысока́
    Ne dúmaj o sekúndax svysoká
    Don’t look down upon seconds
    (citation from soundtrack of the Seventeen Moments of Spring, or Семнадцать мгновений весны)
  2. A second (unit of angle)
    углова́я секу́ндаuglovája sekúndasecond of arc, arcsecond
  3. A second (musical interval)
    большая секундаbolʹšaja sekundamajor second
    малая секундаmalaja sekundaminor second
  4. (figuratively) a short amount of time
    подожди́ секу́ндуpodoždí sekúnduwait a moment
    сию́ секу́ндуsijú sekúndujust a moment

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  • IPA(key): /sekǔnda/
  • Hyphenation: се‧кун‧да

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секу̀нда f (Latin spelling sekùnda)

  1. second (unit of time)

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