Russian word of the day: Ездить

Jan 03, 2018



Verb , imperfective

Perfective - съе́здить

to go (by vehicle), to drive, to ride

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  • Ей нра́вится е́здить верхо́м.

    yeî nrá-vee-tsa yéz-deet' veer-hóm

    She likes horse riding.

  • На выходны́х мы е́здили в Ни́жний Но́вгород.

    na vy-had-nýh my yéz-dee-lee v néezh-neeî nóv-ga-rat

    On the weekend we went to Nizhny Novgorod.

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Same stem words

подъе́зд [pad-yézd] Noun
entrance to the building, porch, staircase
проездно́й [pra-eezd-nóî] Noun
transit/commutation ticket/card (usually monthy)
е́хать [yé-hat'] Verb
to drive, to ride, to go (by vehicle)
по́езд [pó-eest] Noun , plural - поезда́
переезжа́ть [pye-rye-yez-zhát'] Verb
to move, to relocate
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Related words and phrases

идти [eed-tée] Noun
to go, to walk
тащи́ть [ta-schéet'] Verb
to drag, to lug, to pull, to carry
таска́ть [tas-kat'] Verb
to carry, to drug, to pull; to wear
бе́гать [byé-gat'] Verb
to run

3 thoughts on “Ездить

  1. I didn’t understand this word – верхо́м – so looked it up. It meant “on horseback.” The example would have been much clearer with that word translated. Just “riding” can mean riding anything – evidently, you meant on horseback, but the reader has to figure that out.

    • PS: I just wrote the comment about horseback – that meaning kind of conflicts with the definition initially given, so the definition perhaps needs revision to reflect that it can mean horseback?? Not sure, finding this a bit confusing.

      • Learn Russian Daily says:

        Hello Karen,

        Thank you for the comment and for noticing the inaccuracy in translation. It’s horse riding, of course.

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