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Определение rüş в Турецкий язык Английский Язык словарь

Rus
(a) Russian
Rus
Russian, of Russia
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Russo
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Russian
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resident or citizen of Russia; Muscovite
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Sambo is a Russian martial art created by the Soviet Red Army. - Sambo, Sovyet Kızıl Ordu tarafından yaratılmış bir Rus dövüş sanatıdır.

Rus
russ

In Soviet Russia, the computer uses the user! - Sovyet Rusya'sında, bilgisayar kullanıcıyı kullanır!

In Soviet Russia, radio listens to the listener! - Sovyet Rusya'sında, radyo dinleyiciyi dinler!

rus
{i} Muscovite
Rus salatası
Russian salad (mayonnaise, peas, carrots, etc.)
rus dostu
Russophil
rus düşmanı
russophobe
rus hayranı
Russophil
rus hükümeti fermanı
ukase
rus kamçısı
knout
rus köylüsü
mujik
rus köylüsü
muzhik
rus köylüsü
moujik
rus meşini
russia leather
rus meşini
Russia
rus para birimi
copeck
rus para birimi
kopeck
rus para birimi
kopek
rus ruleti
Russ roulette
rus salatası
Russ salad
rus sosu
Russian dressing
rus çiftlik sahibi
kulak
eski bir rus parası
A former Russian currency
ünlü rus ressam(1777-1855)
famous Russian painter (1777-1855)
Beyaz Rus
Belarussian
acil durumdaki gemileri aramak için yapılmış uzay sistemi (Rus Uydu Sistemi)
(Askeri) cosmicheskaya sistyema poiska avariynch sudov - space system for search of distressed vessels (Russian satellite system)
beyaz Rus
1. (a) Belarussian, (a) Byelorussian. 2. hist. (a) White Russian. 3. Belarussian, Byelorussian (person). 4. hist. White Russian (person). B
bolşevikler karşıtı rus demokrat partisi üyesi
Menshevik
ortodoks hristiyan (rus)
orthodox christian
yakınlarda rus restoranı var mı
Is there a Russian restaurant nearby
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Определение rüş в Английский Язык Английский Язык словарь

RUS
Rural Utilities Service
Rus
A person from Rus

The Church of Kievan Rus knew men well-versed in Scripture and apparently other learning of the time, such as the Metropolitans Ioann II (d. 1089) and Klimetn Smoliatich (twelfth century). The former was Greek, and the latter a Rus.

Rus
A group of Scandinavian warrior merchants who travelled Eastern European river-roads from the eighth century
Rus
The ruling class and their retinue, of Scandinavian origin, who settled among the Eastern Slavs around Kiev and the Dnieper by the tenth century
Rus
The people inhabiting those lands
Rus
Any of the medieval East Slavic principalities ruled by this class, especially Kievan Rus
Rus
The medieval East Slavic principalities, especially Kievan Rus or Kievan Rus'
Rus
A group of warrior merchants from Sweden who settled around Kiev and the Dnieper, giving rise to the East Slavic principalities of Rus
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A 6,000 m submersible designed by Malachite
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Runway Use System, a noise mitigation operational procedure which directs as many aircraft as possible over compatible land use areas The RUS replaced the PRS at MSP
rus
Russia (European part; Rs), excluding Bel (Upper Dnepr part of Rs(C), Est, Lat and Lit (Rs(B)), Kaz (Kazakhstan part of Rs(E), Kry (Rs(K)) and Ukr (Rs(W))
rus
the medieval Russian state established by Scandanavian traders in the 9th century; the capital was first in Novgorod and then in Kiev
Rus'
Alternative form of Rus
Rus'
Alternative form of Rus'
Rus.
Abbreviation of Russian (language)
Rus.
Abbreviation of Russia
Rus.
Abbreviation of Russian
rus in urbe
Country in the city
Kievan Rus
A medieval principality in Eastern Europe centred around Kiev; considered an early predecessor of Belarus, Russia, and Ukraine
Kievan Rus'
Alternative spelling of Kievan Rus
Kievan Rus
First eastern Slavic state. It was founded by the Viking Oleg, ruler of Novgorod from 879, who seized Smolensk and Kiev (882), which became the capital of Kievan Rus. Extending his rule, Oleg united local Slavic and Finnish tribes, defeated the Khazars, and, in 911, arranged trade agreements with Constantinople. Kievan Rus peaked in the 10th and 11th centuries under Vladimir I and Yaroslav, becoming eastern Europe's chief political and cultural centre. At Yaroslav's death in 1054, his sons divided the empire into warring factions. The 13th-century Mongol conquest decisively ended its power
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Определение rüş в Турецкий язык Турецкий язык словарь

rus
Rusya Federasyonu'nda yaşayan Doğu Slav halkı veya bu halkın soyundan olan kimse
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Rusya veya Ruslarla ilgili olan (şey)
Rus
Moskof gavuru
Rus
Moskof
Rus ruleti
Toplu tabancada bir tek mermi koyup topun gelişigüzel döndürülmesi ve başa dayayıp tetiğin bir kez çekilmesiyle karşılıklı ve iki kişinin oynadığı ölüm oyunu
Rus salatası
Patates, bezelye, pancar, havuç, hıyar turşusu, kapari, mayonez ile yapılan salata, Amerikan salatası
Beyaz Rus
Beyaz Rusya halkından olan kimse
Beyaz Rus
Ekim ihtilâlinde komünist kızıl yönetimden kaçan Rus
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    [ "rüs-in-'ur-"be ] () 1845, Russian Русь (Rus’) Old East Slavic Русь (Rus’), and Byzantine Greek οί Ῥῶς (oi Rhōs). The name comes from a group of warrior merchants from Sweden who settled around Kiev and the Dnieper river in the ninth century, and established the Rus principalities. Ultimate origin is uncertain; see Wikipedia's article on Etymology of Rus and derivatives for more detail. Compare English Russ (“Russian”), Russniak, Rusyn, Ruthenian. Also compare Swedish Ryss, Dutch Rus, German Russe, French Russe, Russian Русь (Rus’), Belarusian Русь (Rus’), Ukrainian Русь (Rus’). Also compare Russian русский (rússkij, “Ethnic Russian, of Rus”), россиянин (rossijánin, “Russian national”), Россия (Rossíja, “Russia”).

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