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Russian to English translations [Non-PRO] Art/Literary
Russian term or phrase:„K„Ђ„‚„Ђ„‰„u
I know some Russian seamen, they always say "„K„Ђ„‚„Ђ„‰„u"..Is it kind of Russian slang, may be? does it mean like " Shortly, briefly, or hurry up!", "Make it shorter!"?
IsnЃLt it impolite ? Please explain me in English. Thanks! Russ
Ok, the Russian word is "koroche". I want to know what it means, "to put it short" and if it is considered slang too, since I heard it many times among Russian sailors, moryaki,when they wanted to say something briefly or just summarizing.
However, a native told me "Eto grubo" , znachit kak
"dawaj, speshi, bystrej.."
Is it true? Russ