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есть   Meaning: to eat, to sting, irritate, to nag, torment Pronunciation: [yehst'] Part of speech: verb (imperfective aspect) Rank: #71 ( see frequency list )  Example sentences: Мы   не   будем   есть   этот   суп . ́ ́ We will not eat this soup. Человек   должен   есть чтобы   жить . ́ ́ ́ A man must eat in order to live. Андрей   съел   два   яблока . (perfective verb) ́ ́ Andrey has eaten two apples. Я   такой   голодный что   съел   бы   целого   телёнка . (perfective verb) ́ ́ ́ I'm so hungry that I would eat a whole calf. Вы   будете   есть ? ́ Would you like to eat? (lit: Will you eat?) Я   хочу   есть . ́ I want to eat. (I am hungry) Дым   от   костра   ест   глаза . ́ ́ The smoke from the fire makes the eyes smart. (irritates the eyes)
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  • Fall '12
  • Chritov
  • Russian, perfective verb, будешь есть

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