The Alternative Russian Dictionary: svoloch'

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Main form svoloch'
Transcribed form svoloch'
Pronunciation
Grammatical description noun, masculine
Strength † strong
Translation bastard
Literal translation
Note About as strong as its English counterpart. 'Ivan svoloch'.' "John is a bastard."
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