English translation: I need an official/formal invitation
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15:02 Feb 8, 2009
Russian to English translations [Non-PRO] General / Conversation / Greetings / Letters
Russian term or phrase:nyzhno
I am a beginner in learning Russian. What's the meaning of "nyzhno" in the following phrase? Thank you.
Hi maruto. I understand you're studying Russian using Rosetta Stone. If I remember correctly, you can set it for either Roman letters or Cyrillic. I advise you to learn Cyrillic. If you're a serious student, you will need it.
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I need an official/formal invitation
Explanation: The word means "necessary" "needed" or "required".
If you know the Cyrillic spelling, use www.multitran.ru - it's got all your words and meaning.
Mikhail Kropotov Russian Federation Local time: 15:39 Works in field Native speaker of: Russian PRO pts in category: 484
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