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To prick in Russian 🇷🇺

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

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– Tips to remember the Russian word:
– You can think of 'колоть' as similar to the word "colt" (a young horse) in English. Try to imagine a thorn pricking the colt, this can help you remember the word 'колоть' means to prick.

– Explanations:
– 'Колоть' means to prick, stab, or pierce. It is often used when talking about needles, thorns, or sharp objects causing a piercing sensation.

– Other words that mean the same thing:
– Прокалывать (prokalivat') – to pierce
– Закалывать (zakalyvat') – to stab

– Conjugations:
– Infinitive: колоть (kolot')
– Past Tense:
– Masculine: колол (kolol)
– Feminine: колола (kolola)
– Neuter: кололо (kololo)
– Plural: кололи (kololi)
– Present Tense:
– Я колю (ya kolyu) – I prick
– Ты колешь (ty kolesh') – You prick (singular)
– Он/Она/Оно колет (on/ona/ono kolet) – He/She/It pricks
– Мы колем (my kolem) – We prick
– Вы колете (vy kolete) – You prick (plural/formal)
– Они колют (oni kolyut) – They prick
– Future Tense:
– Я буду колоть (ya budu kolot') – I will prick
– Ты будешь колоть (ty budesh' kolot') – You will prick (singular)
– Он/Она/Оно будет колоть (on/ona/ono budet kolot') – He/She/It will prick
– Мы будем колоть (my budem kolot') – We will prick
– Вы будете колоть (vy budete kolot') – You will prick (plural/formal)
– Они будут колоть (oni budut kolot') – They will prick

– Examples of sentences:
– Медсестра колет пациента иглой. (Medsestra kolet patsienta igloy.) – The nurse pricks the patient with a needle.
– Он колол пальцем розу и укололся. (On kolol pal'tsem rozu i ukololsya.) – He pricked the rose with his finger and got pricked.
– Завтра они будут колоть дрова для костра. (Zavtra oni budut kolot' drova dlya kostra.) – Tomorrow they will chop wood for the fire.
– Когда она колола палец иглой, это было больно. (Kogda ona kolola palets igloy, eto bylo bol'no.) – When she pricked her finger with the needle, it was painful.

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