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Mark the stress in russian words with a ' character behind the vowel, e.g. ру'чки, this will be converted to ру́чки. Leave out the stress when it is unambiguous, which is when the word contains ё or only one vowel (the vowels are а, я, э, е, ы, и, о, ё, у and ю).

люби́ться

verb, imperfective
no aspect partner
very rarely used word (#53130)

Verb basics

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Translation

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Usage Info

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Imperative

singular
plural

Past

male люби́лся
female люби́лась
neuter люби́лось
plural люби́лись

Present / Future

Note: Stress change

Present
Future
я люблю́сь бу́ду люби́ться
ты лю́бишься бу́дешь люби́ться
он/она́/оно́ лю́бится бу́дет люби́ться
мы лю́бимся бу́дем люби́ться
вы лю́битесь бу́дете люби́ться
они́ лю́бятся бу́дут люби́ться

Related Words

Related Words

  • полюби́ть

    come to love

  • любова́ться

    admire, contemplate

  • люби́мый

    favorite

  • любо́вь

    love

  • влюблённость

    being in love

Contributions

  • Lisa edited past forms and imperative forms 9 months ago
  • Lisa edited conjugation and imperative forms 9 months ago
  • Lisa edited imperative forms 9 months ago
  • Lisa edited imperative forms 1 year ago
  • Lisa edited imperative forms 1 year ago
  • Lisa edited related words and imperative forms 1 year ago
  • Lisa edited imperative forms and verb basics 1 year ago
  • Lisa edited conjugation, past forms and imperative forms 1 year ago
  • Lisa edited word type 1 year ago

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