Русслий Сленг

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Barron's, 1999 - Foreign Language Study - 296 pages
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For students and teachers of the Russian language, for travelers and business people; the language as it is actually spoken; informal and vernacular words and phrases listed alphabetically in cyrillic type, followed by their translations and meanings in English. Every term used in an illustrative sentence in Russian and English: street language, criminal jargon, teenagers' slang, Army and police expressions.

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Adler is the translator for Dictionary of Russian Slang & Colloquial Expressions.

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