Russian word of the day: Вкусный

May 19, 2017

How to say 

"Tasty" in Russian






  • Како́й вку́сный торт, вы его́ са́ми испекли́?

    ka-kói fkús-nyi tort, vy sá-mee ee-vó ees-pyek-lée

    What a delicious cake, did you bake it yourself?

  • Моя́ ма́ма гото́вит са́мый вку́сный в ми́ре омле́т!

    ma-yá má-ma ga-tó-veet sá-myi fkús-nyi v mée-rye am-lyét

    My mother makes the most delicious omelet in the world!

Additional examples

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

  • Ну и вкусня́тина э́ти ва́ши пирожки́!

    nu ee fkus-nyá-tee-na é-tee vá-shee pee-rash-kée

    They are so yummy, your patties!

  • Кака́я безвку́сная пи́цца, как бу́дто рези́ну жуёшь.

    ka-ká-ya bees-fkús-na-ya pée-tsa, kak bút-ta ree-zée-nu zhu-yósh'

    What a tasteless pizza, it's like chewing rubber.

  • Еда́ в э́том кафе́ пре́сная и безвку́сная.

    ye-dá v é-tam ka-fé pryés-na-ya ee beez-vkús-na-ya

    The food in this cafe is not salty and tasteless.

  • Пиро́г получи́лся безвку́сным.

    pee-rók pa-lu-chéel-sya bees-fkús-nym

    The cake turned out to be tasteless.

  • Кака́я вкусня́тина! Что э́то?

    ka-ká-ya fkus-nyá-tee-na! chto é-ta?

    This is delicious! What's this?

  • Кака́я вкусня́тина, про́сто па́льчики обли́жешь!

    ka-ká-ya vkus-nyá-tee-na, prós-ta pál'-chee-kee ab-lée-zhesh

    It's so yummy, just delicious!

  • Где́ вы покупа́ете тако́й вку́сный хлеб?

    gdye vy pa-ku-pá-ee-tye ta-kóî fkús-nyî hlyep

    Where do you buy such delicious bread?

  • Ну как, вку́сно? - Объеде́ние!

    nu kak, fkús-na? - ab-yee-dyé-nee-ye

    So how, is it good (tasty)? - Out of this world!

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Same stem words

безвку́сный [bees-fkús-nyî] Adjective
вкусня́тина [fkus-nyá-tee-na] Noun
it's delicious, yummy, tasty

Related words and phrases

жи́рный [zhéer-nyi] Adjective
fat, oily, greasy
о́стрый [óst-ryi] Adjective
sharp; spicy, hot
солёный [sa-lyó-nyi] Adjective
го́рький [gór'-keei] Adjective
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2 thoughts on “Вкусный

    • Learn Russian Daily says:

      Hello Klaus,

      The rule is that the accentuated vowel always sounds as it is. All others get a “lazy pronunciation”, i.e.:
      – O tends to sound like A,
      – Я, Е and Э tends to sound like И (unless they are in the end of the word).

      You can learn more about it in one of Learn Russian Step by Step lessons.

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