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To grant/bestow in Russian 🇷🇺

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to grant/bestow пожаловать
How to say “to grant/bestow” in Russian? “Пожаловать”. Here you will learn how to pronounce “пожаловать” correctly and in the comments below you will be able to get all sorts of advice on to grant/bestow in Russian like tips & tricks to remember it, questions, explanations and more.

Russian Sentences with the Word “To grant/bestow”

Russian sentence with “пожаловать” English translation for пожаловать S

Добро пожаловать в лес.

Welcome to the forest.

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Tips to remember the Russian word:
– Imagine a king welcoming guests to his palace, saying "пожаловать" as he bestows hospitality.
– Associate the sound "пожа" with the English word "pleasure" as in granting pleasure or welcome to someone.

– "Пожаловать" is often used as part of the phrase "добро пожаловать," meaning "welcome."
– It implies a sense of granting or offering hospitality and welcome to someone entering a space.

Other words that mean the same thing:
– "Даровать" (darovat') – to bestow, to grant
– "Предоставить" (predostavit') – to provide, to grant
– "Вручить" (vruchit') – to hand over, to present

Conjugations (Note that "пожаловать" is mostly used in set expressions and formal contexts):

– Пожаловать (pozhalovat')

Imperative (more common usage):
– Пожалуй (pozhaluy) – you (informal) grant or bestow
– Пожалуйста (pozhaluysta) – please (related phrase, not a literal conjugation)

Since "пожаловать" is most commonly seen in fixed expressions, it doesn't conjugate in the usual way verbs in Russian do. In everyday usage, such forms are rare and context-specific.

Examples of sentences that use it:
1. Добро пожаловать в наш дом! (Dobro pozhalovat' v nash dom!) – Welcome to our house!
2. Император хочет пожаловать тебе титул. (Imperator khochet pozhalovat' tebe titul) – The emperor wants to bestow upon you a title.
3. Позвольте вас пожаловать в наш клуб. (Pozvol'te vas pozhalovat' v nash klub) – Allow me to welcome you to our club.

Romanized characters:
– Dobro pozhalovat' v nash dom!
– Imperator khochet pozhalovat' tebe titul.
– Pozvol'te vas pozhalovat' v nash klub.

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