stud


Definition: Meaning of, stud in English to Russian dictionary.

Pronunciation: / stʌd /

  • noun
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Singular Plural
stud studs
  1. шпилька
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  2. стержень
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  3. штифт
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  4. жеребец
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  5. стойка
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  6. конный завод
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  7. палец
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  8. запонка
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  9. косяк
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  10. обвязка
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  11. конюшня
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  12. кнопка
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  13. ебарь
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  14. племенной жеребец
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  15. распорка
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  16. пуговица
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  17. гвоздь с большой шляпкой
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  18. обивать
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  19. обивать гвоздями
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  20. усыпать
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  21. усеивать
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stud used in phrases

  • collar stud (noun)
    1. воротник шпилька
  • press stud (noun)
    1. пресс-шпилька
  • stud farm (noun)
    1. конный завод
  • stud finder (noun)
    1. шпильки искатель
  • stud mare (noun)
    1. племенная кобыла
    2. племенная конематка
  • stud muffin (noun)
    1. гвоздь с большой шляпкой
  • stud poker (noun)
    1. стад-покер
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Pronunciation: əˈmɪɡdəlɔɪd ˈnjuːklɪəs
Parts of Speech: noun
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