сутки

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Etymology[edit]

су- (su-) + *тъка (related to ты́кать (týkatʹ)), resulting in стык дня и но́чи (styk dnja i nóči, union of day and night).

Pronunciation[edit]

  • IPA(key): [ˈsutkʲɪ]
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Noun[edit]

су́тки (sútkif inan pl (genitive су́ток, plural only)

  1. 24 hours (of the clock), day, day and night, nychthemeron
    кру́глые су́ткиkrúglyje sútkiround the clock
    за су́ткиza sútkiduring the day/ for the day, during 24 hours / for 24 hours
    ме́нее, чем за су́ткиméneje, čem za sútkiless than 24 hours

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