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Russian translation of “ground”

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ground

noun
 
 
/ɡraʊnd/
the ground B1 the surface of the Earth
земля
I sat down on the ground.Geology - general words
SOIL [U] B2 the soil in an area
земля, почва
soft/stony groundGeology - general wordsSoil
AREA [C] B1 an area of land used for a particular purpose or activity
участок, площадка, поле
a football groundSurfaces on which sports take place
KNOWLEDGE [U] an area of knowledge, information, interest, or experience
предмет, тема
He had to go over the same ground several times before I understood it.Topics and areas of interest
→  See also breeding ground , common ground , break new ground , gain/lose ground , get (sth) off the ground , stand your ground , suit sb down to the ground , be thin on the ground
Translations of “ground”
in Korean 토양, -장…
in Arabic تُرْبة, أَرْض…
in French sol, terrain…
in Italian terreno, suolo, campo…
in Chinese (Traditional) 陸地, 土, 土壤…
in Turkish zemin, toprak, yer…
in Polish grunt, gleba, teren…
in Spanish suelo, terreno, campo…
in Portuguese chão, terreno, campo…
in German der (Erd)Boden, das Gebiet…
in Catalan terra, camp…
in Japanese 土, グラウンド, ~場…
in Chinese (Simplified) 陆地, 土, 土壤…
(Definition of ground noun from the Cambridge English-Russian Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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