Bukarest

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Bukarest

  1. Alternative form of Bucharest
    • 1917, Microbe-culture at Bukarest: Discoveries at the German Legation, page 5:
      22nd/Oct. 5th, 1916, at Bukarest. "Mr. Andrews and I," states the Prefect of Police in his first procès-verbal of the same date, "accompanied one another at 11 a.m. to the premises of the German Legation at Bukarest,
    • 1922, Aerial Age, page 133:
      In fact, it was only last October that the first aeroplane of the "Franco-Romane Aerial Transport Company" made its first flight from Paris to Bukarest. The line Bukarest-Paris-Constantinople is going to be operated regularly this year.
    • 2015, Gerard E. Silberstein, The Troubled Alliance: German-Austrian Relations, 1914--1917, University Press of Kentucky (→ISBN), page 226:
      The general, in a confident mood because of recent military events, now called for an end to the pussyfooting policy being pursued with Bukarest.

Breton[edit]

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Bukarest

  1. Bucharest

Danish[edit]

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Bukarest

  1. Bucharest
    Bukarest er hovedstaden i Rumænien.
    Bucharest is the capital of Romania.

Estonian[edit]

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Bukarest

  1. Bucharest (capital of Romania)

Finnish[edit]

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Bukarest

  1. Bucharest (capital of Romania)

German[edit]

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Bukarest

  1. Bucharest (capital of Romania)

Hungarian[edit]

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Pronunciation[edit]

  • IPA(key): [ˈbukɒrɛʃt]
  • Hyphenation: Bu‧ka‧rest

Proper noun[edit]

Bukarest

  1. Bucharest (the capital of Romania)

Declension[edit]

Inflection (stem in -e-, front unrounded harmony)
singular plural
nominative Bukarest Bukarestek
accusative Bukarestet Bukaresteket
dative Bukarestnek Bukaresteknek
instrumental Bukaresttel Bukarestekkel
causal-final Bukarestért Bukarestekért
translative Bukarestté Bukarestekké
terminative Bukarestig Bukarestekig
essive-formal Bukarestként Bukarestekként
essive-modal
inessive Bukarestben Bukarestekben
superessive Bukaresten Bukaresteken
adessive Bukarestnél Bukaresteknél
illative Bukarestbe Bukarestekbe
sublative Bukarestre Bukarestekre
allative Bukaresthez Bukarestekhez
elative Bukarestből Bukarestekből
delative Bukarestről Bukarestekről
ablative Bukaresttől Bukarestektől
Possessive forms of Bukarest
possessor single possession multiple possessions
1st person sing. Bukarestem Bukarestjeim
2nd person sing. Bukarested Bukarestjeid
3rd person sing. Bukarestje Bukarestjei
1st person plural Bukarestünk Bukarestjeink
2nd person plural Bukarestetek Bukarestjeitek
3rd person plural Bukarestjük Bukarestjeik

Norwegian Bokmål[edit]

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Bukarest

  1. Bucharest (capital of Romania)

Norwegian Nynorsk[edit]

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Bukarest

  1. Bucharest (capital of Romania)

Swedish[edit]

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Bukarest n

  1. Bucharest (capital of Romania)