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za {n} (pizza) SEE: pizza ::
zabaglione {n} /ˌzɑbəlˈjoʊni/ (custard-like dessert made with egg yolks, sugar and Marsala wine) :: сабайон {m} /sabajón/
Zabaykalsky Krai {prop} (federal subject of Russia) :: Забайкальский край {m} /Zabajkálʹskij kraj/, Забайкалье {n} /Zabajkálʹje/
Zachariah {prop} (Zechariah) SEE: Zechariah ::
Zachariah {prop} (male given name) SEE: Zachary ::
Zacharias {prop} (Zechariah) SEE: Zechariah ::
Zacharias {prop} (male given name) SEE: Zachary ::
Zachary {prop} /ˈzækəɹi/ (male given name) :: Захар {m} /Zaxár/, Захарий {m} /Zaxárij/, Закари {m} /Zákari/ [transliteration]
Zagreb {prop} /ˈzɑːɡɹɛb/ (capital of Croatia) :: Загреб {m} /Zágreb/
zaibatsu {n} /ˈzaɪˌbatˌsu/ (a Japanese conglomerate (or South Korean)) :: дзайбацу {m} /dzajbácu/
Zaire {prop} /zɑːˈɪəɹ/ (former name of DR of Congo) :: Заир {m} /Zaír/
Zakarpattia {prop} (oblast) :: Закарпатье {n} /Zakarpátʹje/
Zakarpatye {prop} (Zakarpattia) SEE: Zakarpattia ::
Zakhar {prop} (given name) :: Захар /Zaxár/
Zakhary {prop} (given name) :: Захарий /Zaxárij/
Zakynthos {prop} /ˈzɑkɪnθɔs/ (Greek island, the third largest of the Ionian Islands) :: Закинф {m} /Zakínf/
Zambia {prop} (country in Southern Africa) :: Замбия {f} /Zámbija/
Zambian {n} (A person from Zambia or of Zambian descent) :: замбиец {m} /zambíjec/, замбийка {f} /zambíjka/
Zambian {adj} (Of or pertaining to Zambia or its people or language) :: замбийский /zambíjskij/
Zamboanga Chavacano {prop} (language) :: чабакано {m} /čabakano/, чавакано {m} /čavakano/
Zamyatin {prop} (Russian surname) :: Замятин /Zamjátin/
zander {n} (Sander lucioperca) :: судак {m} /sudák/
zander {n} (fish of the genus Sander) :: судак {m} /sudák/
zany {adj} /ˈzeɪni/ (ludicrously or incongruously comical) :: сумасшедший /sumasšédšij/, чумовой /čumovój/ [crazy], смешной /smešnój/, забавный /zabávnyj/, потешный /potéšnyj/, прикольный /prikólʹnyj/ [funny], фиглярский /figljárskij/ [buffoonish], идиотский /idiótskij/ [idiotic], клоунский /klóunskij/ [clownish], комический /komíčeskij/ [comical]
Zanzibar {prop} (island region) :: Занзибар {m} /Zanzibár/
Zaporizhia {prop} (city) :: Запорожье {n} /Zaporóžʹje/
Zaragoza {prop} (city in Spain) :: Сарагоса {f} /Saragósa/
Zarathustra {prop} (Zoroaster) SEE: Zoroaster ::
Zaria {prop} (city) :: Зариа {m} /Zária/
Zarif {prop} (surname) :: Зариф /Zaríf/
Zarina {prop} /zʌˈɹʲinə]/ (Name) :: Зарина {f} /Zariná/
Zazaki {prop} (language) :: зазаки /zazáki/
Z-boson {n} (fundamental particle) :: Z-бозон {m} /Z-bozon/
zeal {n} /ziːl/ (fervor or devotion) :: рвение {n} /rvénije/, усердие {n} /usérdije/
Zealand {prop} (Dutch province) SEE: Zeeland ::
Zealand {prop} (Danish island) :: Зеландия {f} /Zelándija/
zealot {n} /ˈzɛl.ət/ (zealous person) :: фанатик {m} /fanátik/
zealot {n} (member of the Zealot movement in Judea) :: зелот {m} /zelót/
zealot {n} (member of the anti-aristocratic group in Thessalonica) :: зилот {m} /zilót/
zealotry {n} (Something characteristic of a zealot) SEE: fanaticism ::
zealous {adj} /ˈzɛl.əs/ (full of zeal; ardent) :: рьяный /rʹjányj/, усердный /usérdnyj/, ревностный /révnostnyj/
zealously {adv} (with zealotry) :: рьяно /rʹjáno/, пылко /pýlko/, ревностно /révnostno/
Zebedee {prop} (biblical character) :: Зеведей {m} /Zevedéj/
zebra {n} /ˈziːbɹə/ (African animal) :: зебра {f} /zébra/
zebra crossing {n} (pedestrian crossing featuring broad white stripes) :: пешеходный переход {m} /pešexódnyj perexód/, полосатый переход {m} /polosátyj perexód/, зебра {f} /zébra/, зебра переход {m} /zébra perexód/
zebra finch {n} (bird) :: зебровая амадина {f} /zébrovaja amadína/
zebra mongoose {n} (banded mongoose) SEE: banded mongoose ::
zebu {n} /ˈziː.buː/ (domesticated ox native to Asia and Africa) :: зебу {m} /zébu/
Zebulun {prop} (ninth son of Jacob) :: Завулон {m} /Zavulón/
Zechariah {prop} (king of Israel) :: Захария /Zaxárija/
Zechariah {prop} (Hebrew prophet traditionally considered the author of the Book of Zechariah) :: Захария /Zaxárija/
Zechariah {prop} (father of John the Baptist) :: Захария /Zaxárija/
zed {n} (name of the letter Z, z) SEE: zee ::
zee {n} /ˈziː/ (name of the letter Z, z) :: зэд {n} /zɛd/ [English], зэт {n} /zɛt/, цэт {n} /cɛt/ [German]
Zeeland {prop} (province) :: Зеландия {f} /Zelándija/
zeitgeist {n} /ˈtsaɪtɡaɪst/ (the spirit of the age) :: дух времени {m} /dux vrémeni/
zeitnot {n} /ˈzaɪt.nət/ (time trouble, time pressure (chess)) :: цейтнот {m} /cejtnót/
Zelda {prop} /ˈzɛldə/ (female given name) :: Зельда /Zelʹda/, Зельде /Zelʹde/
zelkova {n} (kind of tree in the elm family) :: дзельква {f} /dzélʹkva/
Zelus {prop} /ˈziːləs/ (Greek god of zeal) :: Зел {m} /Zel/
Zemfira {prop} /zɪɱˈfiɹə]/ (transliteration of Земфира) :: Земфира {f} /Zemfíra/
zen {adj} (denomination of Buddhism) :: дзэн {m} /dzɛn/
Zen {n} (denomination of Buddhism) :: дзэн {m} /dzɛn/, дзен {m} /dzen/
Zen {n} (philosophy) :: дзэн {m} /dzɛn/, дзен {m} /dzen/
Zenaga {prop} (language) :: зенага {m} //
Zen Buddhism {n} (the Zen denomination of Buddhism) :: дзен-буддизм /dzen-buddizm/
Zengi {prop} (Turkish atabeg) :: Зенги /Zengí/, Занги /Zangí/
zenith {n} /ˈzi.nɪθ/ (astronomy: point vertically above a position or observer) :: зенит {m} /zenít/
zenith {n} (astronomy: highest point reached by a celestial body) :: зенит {m} /zenít/
zenith {n} (highest point or state; peak) :: зенит {m} /zenít/, расцвет {m} /rascvét/, высшая точка {f} /výsšaja tóčka/
Zeno {prop} /ˈziːnoʊ/ (Greek name) :: Зенон {m} /Zenón/
Zephaniah {prop} /zɛfəˈnaɪə/ (book of the Bible) :: Софония {m} {f} /Sofónija/
zephyr {n} /zɛfɹ/ (light refreshing wind; a gentle breeze, see also: breeze) :: зефир {m} /zefír/, лёгкий ветерок {m} /ljóxkij veterók/, ветерок {m} /veterók/
zephyr {n} (thing of fine, soft, or light quality, especially fabric) :: зефир {m} /zefír/
Zephyr {prop} (Greek god) :: Зефир {m} /Zefír/
Zephyr {prop} (The west wind personified) :: Зефир {m} /Zefír/
Zephyrus {prop} (The Ancient Greek god of the west wind) :: Зефир {m} /Zefír/
Zeppelin {n} /ˈzɛp.lɪn/ (A type of large German dirigible airship of the early 20th century) :: цеппелин {m} /ceppelín/, дирижабль {m} /dirižáblʹ/
zepto- {prefix} (10−21) :: зепто- /zepto-/
zeptomole {n} /ˈzɛptoʊˌmoʊl/ (unit) :: зептомоль /zeptomólʹ/
zeren {n} (Mongolian gazelle) SEE: Mongolian gazelle ::
zero {num} /ˈzɪɹ(ˌ)oʊ/ (cardinal number before 1, denoting nothing) :: нуль {m} /nulʹ/, ноль {m} /nolʹ/, [rare] зеро {n} /zeró/
zero {n} (numeric symbol of zero) :: ноль /nolʹ/, нуль {m} /nulʹ/
zero {n} (digit zero) :: ноль /nolʹ/
zero {v} (to set to zero) :: настраивать на нуль /nastráivatʹ na nulʹ/
zero {v} (to cause or set some value or amount to be zero) :: обнулить /obnulitʹ/
zero gravity {n} (state of weightlessness) :: невесомость {f} /nevesómostʹ/
zeroth {adj} /ˈzɪɹ(ˌ)oʊθ/ (ordinal number corresponding to zero) :: нулевой /nulevój/
zero tolerance {n} (strict policy of enforcing all the laws or rules) :: нулевая терпимость {f} /nulevája terpímostʹ/, нулевая толерантность {f} /nulevája tolerántnostʹ/
Zerubbabel {prop} (a governor of the Persian Province of Judah, who led the first group of Jews returned from the Babylonian Captivity) :: Зоровавель /Zorovávelʹ/
zest {n} /zɛst/ (outer skin of citrus) :: цедра {f} /cédra/
zestful {adj} (having a spirited love of life) :: жизнерадостный /žiznerádostnyj/
zesty {adj} /ˈzɛsti/ (having a piquant or pungent taste; spicy) :: пикантный /pikántnyj/
zesty {adj} (zestful) SEE: zestful ::
zeta {n} /ˈzeɪtə/ (Sixth letter of the modern Greek alphabet (Ζ, ζ)) :: дзета {f} /dzéta/
zeta {n} (Seventh letter of the ancient Greek alphabet) :: дзета {f} /dzéta/
zeta {n} (Mathematics: Function formally known as the Riemann Zeta Function) :: дзета-функция {f} /dzéta-fúnkcija/
zetetic {n} /zəˈtɛt.ɪk/ (a skeptic) :: скептик {m} /sképtik/
zettabyte {n} (270 or 1021 bytes) :: зеттабайт {m} /zɛttabájt/
zeugma {n} /zjuːɡmə/ (using a word to apply to more than one noun) :: зевгма {f} /zévgma/
Zeus {prop} /zus/ (supreme ruler of all Greek gods) :: Зевс {m} /Zevs/
Zeuxis {prop} /ˈzjuːksɪs/ (given name) :: Зевксис /Zévksis/
Zhang {prop} /zæŋ/ (Chinese surnames) :: Чжан /Čžan/
Zhangzhou {prop} (a city of China) :: Чжанчжоу {m} /Čžančžóu/
Zhejiang {prop} /ˈdʒœˈdʒjɑːŋ/ (a province in China) :: Чжэцзян {m} /Čžɛczján/
Zheleznogorsk {prop} (town) :: Железногорск {m} /Železnogorsk/
Zhengzhou {prop} /ˈdʒœŋˈdʒoʊ/ (city in central China) :: Чжэнчжоу {m} /Čžɛnčžóu/
Zhenjiang {prop} (a city in China) :: Чжэньцзян {m} /Čžɛnʹczján/
Zhitomir {prop} (city) :: Житомир {m} /Žitómir/
Zhongli {prop} (city in Taiwan) :: Чжунли {m} /Čžunlí/
Zhongshan {prop} (a city of China) :: Чжуншань {m} /Čžunšánʹ/
Zhuang {n} (people) :: чжуан {m} /čžuán/
Zhuang {prop} (language) :: чжуанский язык {m} /čžuánskij jazýk/, чжуанский {m} /čžuánskij/, чжуан {m} /čžuán/
Zhuang {prop} (surname) :: Чжуан /Čžuán/
Zhuhai {prop} (a city of China) :: Чжухай {m} /Čžuxáj/
Zhukov {prop} (Russian surname) :: Жуков {m} /Žúkov/
Zhuyin fuhao {prop} (Zhuyin fuhao (bopomofo)) :: чжуинь фухао {m} /čžuínʹ fuxáo/, бопомофо {m} {n} /bopomofó/, чжуинь {m} /čžuínʹ/
Zhytomyr {prop} (Zhitomir) SEE: Zhitomir ::
Zibo {prop} (a city of China) :: Цзыбо {m} /Czybó/
Zichyújfalu {prop} /ˈzit͡ʃiuːjfɒlu/ (village in Hungary) :: Зичиуйфалу {m} {} /Zičiujfalu/
ziggurat {n} (temple tower of the ancient Mesopotamian valley) :: зиккурат {m} /zikkurát/
zigzag {n} /ˈzɪɡ.zæɡ/ (line or path) :: зигзаг {m} /zigzág/
zigzag {v} (move in a zigzag manner) :: идти зигзагом /idtí zigzágom/, делать зигзаги /délatʹ zigzági/
zigzag {adv} (in a zigzag manner or pattern) :: зигзаг {m} /zigzág/
zikr {n} (dhikr) SEE: dhikr ::
zilch {n} /zɪltʃ/ ((informal) nothing) :: ничего /ničevó/, [slang] ни черта /ni čertá/, ни фига /ni figá/, ни шиша /ni šišá/, ни хрена /ni xrená/, [vulgar] ни хуя /ni xujá/, ни хера /ni xerá/
Zilpah {prop} (handmaid of Leah) :: Зелфа {f} /Zélfa/
Zimbabwe {prop} /zɪmˈbɑːbweɪ/ (Republic of Zimbabwe) :: Зимбабве {n} /Zimbábvɛ/
Zimbabwean {n} (а person from Zimbabwe or of Zimbabwean descent) :: житель Зимбабве {m} /žítelʹ Zimbábvɛ/, жительница Зимбабве {f} /žítelʹnica Zimbábvɛ/, зимбабвиец {m} /zimbabvíjec/, зимбабвийка /zimbabvíjka/
Zimbabwean {adj} (Of, from, or pertaining to Zimbabwe or the Zimbabwean people) :: зимбабвийский /zimbabvíjskij/
zinc {n} /zɪŋk/ (element) :: цинк {m} /cink/
zinc {v} :: оцинковать /ocinkovatʹ/
zincate {n} (any salt formally derived from zinc oxide or hydroxide by combination with a more electropositive element) :: цинкат /cinkat/
zine {n} /ziːn/ (publication) :: зин {m} /zin/
Zion {prop} /ˈzaɪ.ən/ (mountain in Israel) :: Сион {m} /Sión/
Zionism {n} (Jewish national liberation movement) :: сионизм {m} /sionízm/
Zionist {n} (advocate of Zionism) :: сионист {m} /sioníst/, сионистка {f} /sionístka/
Zionist {adj} (of or relating to Zionism, a Zionist, Zionists or Mount Zion) :: сионистский /sionístskij/
zip {n} /zɪp/ (high-pitched sound) :: свист {m} /svist/
zip {n} (energy, vigor, vim) :: живость {f} /žívostʹ/
zip {n} (zip fastener) SEE: zip fastener ::
zip code {n} (postcode) SEE: postcode ::
zip fastener {n} (a fastener used in clothing, bags) :: застёжка-молния {f} /zastjóžka-mólnija/, молния {f} /mólnija/
zipper {n} (zip fastener) SEE: zip fastener ::
Zira {prop} (female given name) :: Зира /Zira/
zircon {n} (mineral) :: циркон {m} /cirkón/
zirconium {n} /zɜːrˈkoʊniəm/ (chemical element) :: цирконий {m} /cirkónij/
zit {n} (pimple) :: прыщ {m} /prýšč/
zither {n} /ˈzɪ.ðɚ/ (musical instrument) :: цитра {f} /cítra/
zloty {n} (the currency unit of Poland) :: злотый {m} /zlótyj/
Zoë {prop} /ˈzoʊ.i/ (female given name) :: Зоя {f} /Zója/
zodiac {n} /ˈzoʊ.dɪ.æk/ (belt-like region in the sky) :: зодиак {m} /zodiák/
zodiac {n} (twelve signs in astrology) :: зодиак {m} /zodiák/
zodiacal {adj} (of or pertaining to the zodiac) :: зодиакальный /zodiakálʹnyj/
zodiac sign {n} (star sign) :: знак зодиака {m} /znak zodiáka/
zokor {n} (an Asiatic burrowing rodent) :: цокор {m} /cókor/
zolotnik {n} (an old Russian unit of weight) :: золотник {m} /zolotník/
zombie {n} /ˈzɒmbi/ (the undead) :: зомби {m} /zómbi/
zombify {v} (To turn into a zombie) :: зомбировать {impf} /zombírovatʹ/
zone {n} /zoʊn/ (area distinguished on the basis of a particular characteristic etc) :: зона {f} /zóna/, пояс {m} /pójas/, район {m} /rajón/, полоса {f} /polosá/, область {f} /óblastʹ/
zone {n} (religion: belt worn by priests in the Greek Orthodox church) :: пояс {m} /pójas/
zone of proximal development {n} (Vygotsky's concept) :: зона ближайшего развития {f} /zóna bližájševo razvítija/
zongzi {n} /ˈtsʊ̂ŋˈtsɨ/ (traditional Chinese dumpling of glutinous rice stuffed with a filling) :: цзунцзы {p} /czúnczy/
zonked {adj} (drunk) SEE: drunk ::
zoo {n} /zuː/ (park where live animals are exhibited) :: зоопарк {m} /zoopárk/, зоологический сад {m} /zoologíčeskij sad/, зоосад {m} /zoosád/, зверинец {m} /zverínec/ [menagerie]
zoo- {prefix} /ˈzoʊ.ə/ (pertaining to animals) :: зоо- /zoo-/
zoochory {n} (dispersion of plants by animals) :: зоохория {f} /zooxoríja/
zookeeper {n} (person employed at a zoo to attend to the animals) :: работник зоопарка {m} /rabótnik zoopárka/, работница зоопарка {f} /rabótnica zoopárka/, служитель зоопарка {m} /služítelʹ zoopárka/, служительница зоопарка {f} /služítelʹnica zoopárka/,
zoologic {adj} (zoological) SEE: zoological ::
zoological {adj} /zoʊəˈlɑdʒɪkəl/ (of, or relating to animals) :: зоологический /zoologíčeskij/, животный /živótnyj/
zoological {adj} (of, or relating to zoology) :: зоологический /zoologíčeskij/
zoological garden {n} (zoo (stilted or formal)) :: зоологический сад {m} /zoologičeskij sad/, зоологический парк {m} /zoologičeskij park/, зоопарк {m} /zoopárk/
zoologist {n} /zoʊˈɑlədʒɪst/ (one who studies zoology) :: зоолог {m} /zoólog/
zoology {n} /zuˈɑlədʒi/ (science that studies the animal kingdom) :: зоология {f} /zoológija/
zoomorphism {n} (the representation of gods as animals or the attributing of animal characteristics to gods) :: зооморфизм {m} /zoomorfízm/
zoomorphism {n} (the use of animal figures in art and design or of animal symbols in literature) :: зооморфизм {m} /zoomorfízm/
zoomorphism {n} (the viewing of human behavior in terms of the behavior of animals) :: зооморфизм {m} /zoomorfízm/
zoonym {n} (common name for an animal) :: зооним {m} /zoonim/
zoophilia {n} /ˈzoʊ.əfiliə/ (sexual attraction to or interaction with animals) :: зоофилия {f} /zoofilíja/
zope {n} (fish) :: синец {m} /sinéc/
zorbing {n} (a sport) :: зорбинг {m} /zórbing/
zorille {n} (Ictonyx striatus) :: зорилла {f} /zorílla/
Zoroaster {prop} /ˌzɒɹoʊˈæstəɹ/ (founder of Zoroastrianism) :: Заратустра {m} /Zaratústra/, Зороастр /Zoroástr/
Zoroastrian {n} /ˌzoʊɹ.oʊˈæs.tɹi.ən/ (a follower of Zoroastrianism) :: зороастриец /zoroastrijec/
Zoroastrian {adj} (relating to or characteristic of Zoroastrianism) :: зороастрийский /zoroastrijskij/
Zoroastrianism {prop} /ˌzoʊɹ.oʊˈæs.tɹi.əˌnɪz.əm/ (religion and philosophy ascribed to Zoroaster) :: зороастризм {m} /zoroastrízm/, маздаизм {m} /mazdaízm/
Zubeneschamali {prop} /ˌzuːbənˌɛʃəˈmeɪli/ (second brightest star in the constellation Libra) :: Зубен эль Шемали {m} /Zúben elʹ Šemáli/
zubr {n} (zubr) SEE: wisent ::
zubrowka {n} /ˈzubɹəvkə/ (Polish liqueur of vodka and herbs) :: зубровка {f} /zubróvka/
zucchetto {n} /(t)sʊˈkɛtoʊ/ (small skullcap worn by Catholic clergy) :: пилеолус {m} /piléolus/
zucchini {n} (courgette) SEE: courgette ::
Zuckerberg {prop} (An Ashkenazic Jewish surname of German origin) :: Цукерберг /Cúkerberg/, Цукерберг /Cukerbérg/
Zugdidi {prop} (city in Georgia) :: Зугдиди /Zugdídi/
zugzwang {n} /ˈzʌɡzwæŋ/ (lack of choice in what to do) :: цугцванг {m} /cugcváng/
Zulu {adj} /ˈzuːluː/ (pertaining to the Zulu people, culture, or language) :: зулусский /zulússkij/
Zulu {n} (member of the Zulu people) :: зулус {m} /zulús/
Zulu {prop} (language) :: зулу {m} /zúlu/, зулусский {m} /zulússkij/
Zumba {prop} /ˈzum.bə/ (dance fitness program) :: Зумба {f} /Zúmba/
Zuni {prop} (Native American tribe) :: зуни /zúni/
Zuni {prop} (language) :: зуни /zúni/
Zurich {prop} /ˈzɜɹ.ɪk/ (city) :: Цюрих {m} /Cjúrix/
Zurich {prop} (canton) :: Цюрих {m} /Cjúrix/
zurna {n} (musical instrument) :: зурна {f} /zurná/
Zwickau {prop} (city in Germany) :: Цвиккау {m} /Cvíkkau/, Цвиккау {m} /Cvikkáu/
Zwingli {prop} /ˈzwɪŋɡli/ (German surname) :: Цвингли /Cvíngli/
Zwinglian {adj} (relating to Zwingli) :: цвинглианский {m} /cvinglianskij/
zwitterion {n} /ˈtsvɪtɚɹ.aɪən/ (molecule that carries both a positive and a negative charge) :: цвиттер-ион {m} /cvítter-ión/
ZWNJ {n} (zero-width non-joiner) :: необъединяющий символ нулевой ширины {m} /neobʺjedinjájuščij símvol nulevój širiný/
zygoma {n} (cheekbone) SEE: cheekbone ::
zygomatic bone {n} (cheekbone) SEE: cheekbone ::
zygote {n} /ˈzaɪɡəʊt/ (fertilized egg cell) :: зигота {f} /zigóta/
Zyrian {prop} (the language) :: зырянский {m} /zyrjánskij/, коми {m} /kómi/
zzz {interj} /zː/ :: хррр /xrrr/ [colloquial, not used in books; understood, but used less frequently than zzz]