Russian word of the day: Босиком

Aug 06, 2018

босико́м

ba-see-kóm

Adverb

barefoot

Examples

  • Я люблю́ ходи́ть босико́м по траве́.

    ya lyub-lyú ha-déet' ba-see-kóm pa tra-vyé

    I like walking barefoot on the grass.

  • Но́вые ту́фли натёрли ей но́гу и обра́тно она́ шла босико́м.

    nó-vy-ye túf-lee na-tyór-lee yeî nó-gu ee ob-rát-na a-ná shla ba-see-kóm

    The new shoes have rubbed sore her foot and on the way back she walked barefoot.

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замахну́ться [za-mah-nú-tsa] Verb , perfective
to make to hit, to lift one's arm (against); to prepare for something difficult
понаро́шку [pa-na-rósh-ku] Adverb , variation - "понаро́шке"
for fun, pretending, in pretence
потора́пливаться [pa-ta-ráp-lee-va-tsa] Verb , imperfective
to make haste, to hurry
самоу́чка [sa-ma-úch-ka] Noun , masculine or feminine
self-taught person

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