Russian word of the day: Стол

May 09, 2018

How to say 

"Table" in Russian

стол

stol

Noun , masculine

Plural - столы́

table

Examples

  • Помоги́ мне накры́ть на стол, пожа́луйста.

    pa-ma-gée mnye nak-rýt' na stol, pa-zhá-lus-ta

    Help me set the table please.

  • Сто́роны се́ли за стол перегово́ров.

    stó-ra-ny syé-lee za stol pee-ree-ga-vó-raf

    The parties sat down at the negotiating table.

Additional examples

More Russian sentences with the words that contain "стол".

  • В XIX ве́ке самова́р стал це́нтром пра́здничного засто́лья и незамени́мым атрибу́том ру́сского чаепи́тия.

    v dee-veet-ná-tsa-tam vyé-kye sa-ma-vár stal tsént-ram prázd-neech-na-va zas-tól'-ya ee nye-za-mee-née-mym at-ree-bú-tam rús-ka-va chee-ee-pée-tee-ya

    In the XIX century samovar became the center of the festive meal and an indispensable attribute of Russian tea drinking.

  • Селёдка под шу́бой - класси́ческое блю́до праздничного стола́ для ру́сских.

    see-lyót-ka pat shú-baî - kla-sée-chees-ka-ye blyú-da prázd-neech-na-va sta-lá dlya rús-keeh

    Herring under a "fur coat" (herring covered with a thick layer of vegetables) is a classic dish of a festive table for Russians.

  • Тради́ция чо́каться во вре́мя засто́лий существу́ет во мно́гих стра́нах.

    tra-dée-tsee-ya chó-ka-tsa va vryé-mya zas-tó-leeî su-scheest-vú-eet va mnó-geeh strá-nah

    The tradition of clinking glasses during feasts exists in many countries.

  • На его́ столе́ лежа́л сбо́рник ска́зок наро́дов ми́ра.

    na ye-vó sta-lyé lee-zhál sbór-neek ská-zak na-ródaf mée-ra

    On his table, there was a book with a collection of fairy tales of the peoples of the world.

  • Возьми́ тря́пку и вы́три со стола́!

    vaz'-mée tryáp-ku ee výt-ree sa sta-lá

    Take a rag and clean the table!

  • Засто́лье продли́лось до са́мой но́чи.

    za-stól'-ye pra-dlée-las' da sá-maî nó-chee

    The feast lasted until the night.

  • Он насто́лько обрусе́л, что напра́во и нале́во сы́пал ру́сскими погово́рками.

    on nas-tól'-ka ab-ru-syél, chto nap-rá-va ee na-lyé-va sý-pal rús-kee-mee pa-ga-vór-ka-mee

    He become so russified that spouted Russian proverbs to the right and left.

  • В столи́це пойма́ли моше́нников, кото́рые нажива́лись на больны́х пенсионе́рах.

    f sta-lée-tse pai-má-lee ma-shén-nee-kaf ka-tó-ry-ye na-zhee-vá-lees' na bal'-nyh peen-see-a-nyé-rah

    In the capital, scammers who profited from sick pensioners were caught.

  • По́сле шу́много засто́лья го́сти запуска́ли фейерве́рки.

    pós-lye shúm-na-va sa-stól'-ya gós-tee za-pus-ká-lee fee-yer-vyér-kee

    After a loud feast, the guests launched fireworks.

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Same stem words

засто́лье [za-stól'-ye] Noun
feast, meal, repast

Related words and phrases

шкаф [shkaf] Noun
wardrobe, cupboard
кре́сло [kryés-la] Noun
armchair, easy chair; stall
стул [stul] Noun
chair, seat
ме́бель [myé-beel'] Noun
furniture
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