устав

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Bulgarian[edit]

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устав (ústavm

  1. statute, rules, bylaws, regulations, standing orders, organization chart, charter
  2. (military) training regulations, field manual
  3. ustav

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Macedonian[edit]

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устав (ustavm (plural устави)

  1. constitution

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Russian[edit]

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Noun[edit]

уста́в (ustávm inan (genitive уста́ва, nominative plural уста́вы, genitive plural уста́вов)

  1. regulations, statute, charter, manual
    арме́йский уста́в, во́инский уста́вarméjskij ustáv, vóinskij ustávarmy regulations
    уста́в ОО́Нustáv OÓNUNO Charter; Charter of the United Nations
    боево́й уста́вbojevój ustávtraining regulations; field manual
    полево́й уста́вpolevój ustávfield service regulations
    строево́й уста́вstrojevój ustávdrill regulations
    В чужо́й монасты́рь со свои́м уста́вом не хо́дят (proverb)
    V čužój monastýrʹ so svoím ustávom ne xódjat
    when in Rome, do as the Romans do
    (literally, “One doesn't go to the other monastery with one's own charter”)
  2. ustav
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Participle[edit]

уста́в (ustáv)

  1. short past adverbial perfective participle of уста́ть (ustátʹ): having been tired

Serbo-Croatian[edit]

Etymology[edit]

у- +‎ став

Pronunciation[edit]

  • IPA(key): /ûstaːʋ/
  • Hyphenation: у‧став

Noun[edit]

у̏ста̄в m (Latin spelling ȕstāv)

  1. constitution
  2. ustav

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