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па́рень

noun, male, animate
often used word (#371)

Translation

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  • 1.
    boy, fellow, lad, chap, bloke

    boy

    Also: fellow, lad, chap, bloke

Also

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A good example is ручка which looks like
1. pen, ballpoint
2. handle, knob, grip
3. arm
4. arm rest

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Declension

Note: Stress change

singular
plural
nom. nominative па́рень па́рни
gen. genitive па́рня парне́й
dat. dative па́рню парня́м
acc. accusative па́рня парне́й
inst. instrumental па́рнем парня́ми
prep. prepositional па́рне парня́х

Editing declensions: If there are two forms for a word, please separate them by a comma.

Accents: Mark the accent with a ' character behind the vowel, e.g. ру'чки. 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).

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