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  • от

    from (away)

    from (part of a whole)

    from (cause)

    from (distance)

    from (someone)

    from (range)

    for, against a purpose

  • посла́ть

    to send, dispatch

    to swear (at), to tell someone to get lost

  • представля́ть

    represent

    imagine

    to present / introduce someone

  • привести́

    to bring (someone with)

    to lead (of a road)

    to result, to lead, to bring

    (mathematics) to reduce

    to quote, to cite, to list

  • тяну́ть

    to pull, draw, haul, drag

    to lay a cable

    to draw a wire

    to drawl, drag out speak slowly

    to drag out, delay, protract, procrastinate

    to make someone go, force to go

    to weigh

    to draw up

    attracted to

  • везти́

    to transport someone/something (by vehicle)

    to be lucky

  • води́ть

    to drive (a vehicle)

    to lead someone/something (by foot)

  • дёрнуть

    to pull / tug / pull out, to pull about, to move sharply, to jerk, to twitch

    to pull on someone's nerves, to pester, to disturb

    (low colloquial) to drink, to knock one back

  • заста́ть

    to catch, find, discover

    to (manage to) meet someone

  • ста́лкер

    someone good in navigating off-limits places such as Chernobyl zone or metro tunnels

    stalker, unwanted follower

  • дёргать

    to pull / tug / pull out, to pull about, to move sharply, to jerk, to twitch

    to pull on someone's nerves, to pester, to disturb

    (low colloquial) to drink, to knock one back

  • не́кто

    someone

  • выгоня́ть

    to drive out, distil, to force someone to leave

    to kick out of school

    to fire from a job

  • увлека́ть

    To make someone take interest into

    to inspire, carry away, fascinate, captivate, enthrall, allure, entice away

  • спи́сывать

    copy, copy off of someone, crib, cheat, write off

  • обзыва́ть

    call someone names

  • хозя́йственник

    business manager

    a thrifty/economic man

    handyman, someone good with his hands and managing a property

  • кто́-нибудь

    somebody, someone, anybody, anyone

  • че́й-то

    somebody's, someone's, something

  • кто́-либо

    somebody, someone, anybody, anyone

    anybody (whatsoever)

  • недове́рчивость

    distrustfulness / without trust in someone

  • приколо́ться

    laugh at someone, make fun of someone, mock

  • чита́ющий

    someone who is reading

  • чита́вший

    someone who was reading

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