хэкӏын

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Adyghe[edit]

Pronunciation 1[edit]

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хэкӏын (xăč̣̍ən) (intransitive)

  1. to get through, to go through
    Кӏалэр псым хэкӏыгъ — The boy got through the water.
    Лӏэр дэпкъым хэкӏы — The man is getting through the wall.
    Кӏалэр цӏыфхэмэ яхэкӏы — The boy is getting through the people.
    Мы ливылым ухэкӏышъурэбаYou can't pass through this level?
  2. to get out within a mass (liquid, gas or solid)
    Кӏалэр псым хэкӏыгъ — The boy got out of the water.
    Кӏалэр машӏом хэкӏыгъ — The boy got out of the fire.
  3. to leave a group, to come out from a group.
    Томэр кӏалэхэмэ къахэкӏэгъ — Tom is coming out from the boys' group.
  4. to emerge

Pronunciation 2[edit]

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хэкӏын (xăč̣̍ən) (intransitive)

  1. to get decreased
    Температурэр хэкӏэгъ — The temperature decreased.
    Кӏэлэ пщэрым хэкӏэгъ къишэкӏырэ — The fat boy lost some weight.
    Хым иӏэтгъакӏэ хэкӏы къемыщхэу — The sea's height is decreasing when it doesn't rain.

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Kabardian[edit]

Pronunciation[edit]

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хэкӏын (xăč̣̍ən) (intransitive)

  1. to get through, to go through
    Щӏалэр псым хэкӏащ — The boy got through the water.
  2. to get out within a mass (liquid, gas or solid)
    Щӏалэр псым хэкӏыгъ — The boy got out of the water.
    Щӏалэр мафӏэм хэкӏащ — The boy got out of the fire.
  3. to leave a group, To come out from a group.